Montreal’s Andrew Pololos recently unveiled his debut album, ‘Until We Dance’. Following singles ‘Running,’ ‘Control,’ and ‘All For You’, Pololos leans into modern pop sensibilities while still keeping a deep house sound throughout, crafting a record aimed for summertime parties.
Conceived during lockdown, he created the album with the aim to help himself and others find solace by offering bright tracks to raise listeners' spirits, with the lead singles already been streamed over 115,000 times cumulatively across various platforms.
The album opens with recent single ‘Control,’ a blend of guitar breakdowns and possible dancefloor-ready house drops accentuated by JT Soul’s vocal work. The record moves in a brighter direction with a pair of tropical house/deep house hybrids in lead single ‘Running’ and ‘For Today.’ Fellow Montreal native Andrea Piperni provides singing over the tracks’ instrumentation, adding to the tracks output.
Up next, Stephen Voyce’s keeps the mood light on ‘Lost & Found,’ delivering lyricism about the joys of unexpected love. Switching gears, Pololos hooks up with Nigerian singer Damvic to infuse Latin flavour into the title track, with a blend of acoustic and electronic elements. Before closing the record on a pair of piano house tunes, he pays homage to deep house with the Naida-assisted ‘All For You.’
‘Until We Dance’ is out now across all streaming platforms via Aquarius Records.