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Pole Folder

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Much like the film of the same name, 2001 was a Space Odyssey for the underground club scene as thanks to John Digweed, Pole Folder was introduced to the world with his debut single ‘Apollo Vibes’ becoming a genre defining classic in the years that have passed since. This was followed over the course of the following year by the AA single ‘Enter The Rhythm/Waxxx’ and a third single, ‘Dust’, a track that many hold in high regard even to this day.

From there, EP and single projects followed on such labels as Sunkissed Records and Mo-Do Records, whilst Pole Folder spent much of the next two years focusing on an artist album he had been commissioned to do by John Digweed, making him the first artist to produce an artist album for the prestigious Bedrock label. The album, ‘Zero Gold’ featured collaborations with Brooklyn singer and songwriter Shelley Harland, fellow Belgian Sandra Ferretti and Kirsty Hawkshaw, and the album’s blend of downtempo moods, brilliant melodies and cinematic soundscapes have earned it critical acclaim all across the world.

It’s testament to this fact that tracks from the album have been licensed for use popular shows such as ‘Nip/Tuck’ and ‘CSI’, such is the appeal and accessibility of the music Pole Folder creates. ‘Apollo Vibes’ was also included by John Digweed in the OST to the film ‘Stark Raving Mad’, whilst ‘Dust’ was used in a trailer advertising campaign for one of the UK’s biggest independent television channels and it’s a safe bet to say we will hear more of Pole Folder’s work in the entertainment scene in the future.

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