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Peepers by Polar Bear was originally released in 2010. It’s an album that has something for everyone. Percussionist and bandleader, Sebastian Roachford, takes jazz and mixes elements of rock, folk, soul and electronic in an unusual yet highly engaging fashion. It was the best selling album on The Leaf Label.

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Peepers by Polar Bear
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8/10 Brett 26 February 2010
Yuk, the press release for this is a bit dodge.. Banging about how the nippers are stepping away from their crunky wonkstep and spraypainting "Hey, jazz is kewl!" all over your dad's Mondeo. Whatever Trevor. In any case is does mention sterling local heroes TrioVD who Polar Bear do share a vague similarity with in some senses, albeit with the experimental rock edge stripped right back and a truckload of soul influences implanted in its place. Both of those acts share members with Acoustic Ladyland and fans of their stuff looking for a more laid-back, late night, loft scene kind of feel will do well to have a little listen I'd say. Quite an array of styles and moods are amassed throughout the course of the album, from rhythmic head-nodders to incredibly agile confusers to the most sighing of swingers.. There's absolutely no doubting their skills and depth of knowledge of the genres they're bending and when it all comes together it's a very impressive thing indeed.



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