Resslek & Polarized collab on ‘Kift’ EP on Transparent Audio
You know the saying – two heads are better than one, and Resslek and Polarized prove that age-old saying to be nothing but true once again. Landing on Transparent Audio for the label’s first collaborative body of work that’s been solely curated between two artists, the ‘Kift’ EP collates both producer’s brilliantly erratic production styles into a four-track frenzy of frantic funk, succulent stabs, and an overall feeling of unadulterated minimal mayhem.
Tailor-made for the rave, Lisbon-based Resslek and Birmingham-based Polarized have served up a high-octane collection of tracks that are guaranteed to send any dancefloor into a state of utter bedlam. Described as “funky minimal happy accidents” by Polarized himself, the pair kick off proceedings in that exact fashion with the bouncy sonics of ‘Equalizer’, which was made the day after Resslek’s debut UK show in Birmingham at the beginning of this year.
As we move through the EP, ‘Rahhh’ highlights the duo’s love for dancefloor-friendly music with its focus on chaotic synth work and gritty subs. The headline track ‘Kift’ proudly pivots around foundations of power and punch, and before the EP concludes, ‘Rimdaal’ treats us to a lesson in funky drum and bass sonics. Unpredictable in its movement, packed with groove, and perfectly stripped back, Resslek and Polarized sign off in signature fashion.
Today we premiere ‘Equalizer’ which you can check out below. The ‘Kift’ EP drops via Transparent Audio on Friday 25th March, make sure you grab a copy from here!