The record’s title Kuku derives from a playful word used in Russian children’s games, not to mention its alliterative ring with the record label’s name. The two-track EP is said to "showcase Pola’s streamlined production style, wasting no time in delivering focused dancefloor energy."
Pola (a.k.a Norbert Dunai), first established the Polarize alias while building a reputation as resident DJ of Romania’s Midi Club in Cluj Napoca. In 2009, he founded All Inn Records, a vinyl-only label known for culling the brightest young artists in underground electronic music. After nearly a decade of ushering in sounds at the forefront of the scene, the Pola moniker was born as a vessel for Norbert’s work as a producer and remixer, through which he injects his own style into a musical wave he helped to inspire.
Kuku EP is out now, with clips streaming below.