In just 2 short years, Polyrhythmics have quickly gained notoriety playing to packed clubs and festival crowds all over the Northwest. Their self-titled, and now sold-out EP released in May of 2010, charted on radio playlists up and down the west coast.
After a year of further developing their distinct sound, the band recorded their first full-length album. The resulting “Labrador” debuted intern
ationally on June 1st 2011 to critical acclaim and established a place at the ever-crowded “funk” table for this fast-moving, powerhouse of a band.
Fans and DJ's worldwide had been clamoring for a vinyl release from Polyrhythmics, and on 11.11.11, the band released their 1st 45rpm 7-inch record on the Canadian Kept Records label. This non-stop dance floor "banger" features special arrangements of the song “Imposter” on the A side, and the live show favorite “Klompton” on the B-side.
On stage this band is nothing short of amazing. By combining many styles of polyrhythmic funk music into a cohesive sound, the compositions are sticky and infectious. The solos are scorching and hair raising, and the energy of this 8-piece Funk triceratops overflows off of the stage and ignites the dance floor at every show.