"This is not nu jazz, acid jazz, Jamie jazz, Parky jazz, Brit jazz, beardo jazz,post-jazz or twee jazz. It's dream jazz." Paul Morley, Observer Music Monthly

"The big-hitters of the current new wave" Phil Johnson, Independent On Sunday -ABC

"Polar Bear blast out of the past, full of straight, cool school skills, and detonate the past, bursting with edgy, forward-looking lust."Paul Morley, Observer Music Monthly

"[The album] explores a mix of trance-like, long-note music over eerie, hypnotic grooves, full-on electronics and free-improv, melancholic songs, punky thrashes and some of the best two-sax conversation to be heard on the current scene." JohnFordham, The Guardian

"Polar Bear… snort, shriek and wrestle somewhere ominous and charming
between the tumultuous energy of Keith Tippett's 50-piece orchestra Centipede,and the eclecticism of Tortoise" Paul Morley, Observer Music Monthly

"Castanet-like handclaps trigger long, guttural sax lines; electronics fly across the speakers and give way to free-blasting; and odd, pogo-dancing themes over bumpy drumming sound like punk interpretations of Parisian café music." John Fordham, The Guardian

"…a highly creative successor to the equally distinctive Dim Lit" John Fordham,The Guardian

"Here's something worth your time. Polar Bear are a significant
ripple in the new wave of youthful, ahem, post-jazz". Nick Coleman, Independent On Sunday - ABC