Still awaiting to be approved for official release, Jeremy Olander has remixed a true Depeche Mode classic. Being taken to the global club scene earlier this year via the prodigious and to say the least extraordinary interpretation’s by none other than Eric Prydz, his unearthed Pryda Friends talent lays his hands on the esteemed array of It’s No Good for a complete and top of the line-makeover. Picked up by Dirty South for the Airsteala release in early February and making his premiere instalment on Pryda Friends with the Evade EP, Olander is undoubtedly forging his prestigious career with a coherent setting of tracks in the works and out. As he’s just recently fired across the Fairfax and Rypamont EP for a second release appearance on the guest imprint of Eric Prydz and consequently becoming the only one requested to return to the Pryda Friends label to date, the winds are most certainly talking for the advancement of the Stockholm-based underground star. Also having The Drew and Animal Garden coming up, Jeremy has created a complex but essential DJ gem out of the unremitting vocals from the ‘97 original and yet again screens the limitless potential of Jeremy Olander.


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