Futuristic Polar Bears – “Jetlag” on Polar Bear Music
Last year The Futuristic Polar Bears had a brilliant year working with the likes of Fatboy Slim, Sonny Wharton & Antranig featuring on labels such as Hotfingers, 303lovers, Southern Friend & My Digital Enemy’s Zulu Records imprint.
But it’s 2013 now and The Futuristic Polar Bears are looking to the future by relaunching their own music label Polar Bear Music with their epic Club Series! The series will feature 12 releases from the trio themselves and each release will include remixes from some of the many supporters the group has amassed. The new sounds from The Club Series will be reflecting the sound that The Futuristic Polar bears have honed and refined while playing their tours that have spanned the globe, the new sound will be much more focused and designed for main rooms and festivals; Bears need space to roam free!
2013 is already set to be a phenomenal year for our artic friends with the release of the debut sample pack out on Loopmasters and huge collaborations from some of the best and biggest including East & Young, Danny Howard (BBC Radio 1), Jason Herd, Steve Edwards and Peyton. Alongside working with the most colossal names in the business and relaunching their music brand, The Futuristic Polar Bears have found time to work with EDX’s Pinkstar Record Label for two releases as well as the massive German super label Kontor who have The Bears signed up for a 5 track deal which will see them starring in their first ever music video!
This is the 1st track in the Futuristic Polar Bears club series, which will see 12 exclusive releases on their own Polar Bear Music over the course of 2013. Fresh from their recent tours of Russia and Asia the Polar Bears are out of hibernation and finally over their ‘Jetlag‘ and ready to shake things up for 2013. With collaborations with huge speaker damaging effects already sorted with the likes of Danny Howard, East & Young, Peyton and Steve Edwards to name a few this is going to be the year of the Polar Bear.
Jetlag is big monster of a track, only to be likened to some of the previous summer or WMC anthems. The bigger the room or the arena the better as this catchy track will be smashing it all over and beyond. And as it says, ‘turn up the bass!