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Kelley Polar, born in Dubrovnik, Croatia to parents in the US Diplomatic Corps is an alternative dance vocalist and producer.

Originally a classical violist (he studied at Juilliard), where he collaborated with Metro Area's Darshan Jesrani and Morgan Geist on tracks like "Miura", "The Art of Hot" and "Caught Up". He released a number of EP's as part of The Kelley Polar Quartet on Environ Records. His first solo album, Love Songs of the Hanging Gardens which was released in 2005, contains elements of house, disco and pop. His follow up I Need You To Hold On While The Sky Is Falling is due to be released in February 2008.

He is the brother of Blevin Blectum. As Mike Kelley, he is the violist for the Apple Hill Chamber Players.


As Kelley Polar Quartet



  • Audition EP† - Environ (2002)
  • Recital EP† - Environ (2003)
  • Rococo EP† - Environ (2004)
  • Chrysanthemum - Environ (2007)

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