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Polar Pair - This Is What Happens
12" Vinyl
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Polar Pair

This Is What Happens


Released: 8th June 2009 | 3 track detroit/u.s. techno single
This Is What Happens, the third release on the Botanika label, is a story of two cities: Tel-Aviv, Israel, represented on the A side by Polar Pair; and Detroit, USA, represented by both Atlantis, with a ferocious spoken word delivery, and Mark Flash, whose classic Detroit soulful techno remix occupies the B side - both of whom hail from the Underground Resistance collective. The collaboration between Polar Pair and Atlantis, the voice behind UR's classic Transitions, came about after a meeting in Tel Aviv in Spring 2007, and now the dubplate is creating serious club-buzz in the underground scenes of both cities, as in the UR related forums. Polar Pair is the ongoing production team of Malkiel Grossman and Nadav Ravid (aka NDV). They have collaborated with Maddslinky, Shawn Lee, Daz-I-Kue, Sinden, and have remixed the likes of Al Haca, Bonde Do Role and Black Devil Disco Club. Punk-Funk, cut-up breaks and classic UR techno collide on the third release of the Tel-Aviv based label - representing the cutting-edge diversity of the artistic/musical collective behind it. Across the board rave reactions from Laurent Garnier, Ross Allen, Simian Mobile Disco, Rich Thair, Mr Scruff , Domu, Tayo, Andrew Weatherall, Alex Attias and many more. Featured in DJ magazine's KILLERS section.
"DJ KILLERS: Like LCD Soundsystem hot-wiring Afrika Bambaataa's convertible and ram-raiding a Bronx block party with Juan Atkins riding shotgun. Dynamite."
DJ Mag
"The Mark Flash mix is gonna be a HUGE summer record"
"Great tune, great versions with breaks and all that fonkke madness. Full support."
Alex Attias, Compost
"Wow! What a record, this is going to get the dance-floor moving"
Electro Elvis, Wang / Bloc / Balance
"This is kinda like Eric B & Rakim for the Nu Rave generation.. an essential purchase."
"I love this thing i've had for a long time. Right up my street. Rough as a bouncer's legwarmers. "
Rich Thair, (Red Snapper / Toob)