Hot off his remix to Digitalism’s Circles, Jeremy Olander takes on an own, melodic track from early 2010 for a considerably more sophisticated revamp set to come out officially in 2012. And it’s nothing but his high-end sophistication that is behind the essentiality of his noteworthy rise and condign signing with Prydz’ Pryda Friends label this year. Following three appearances on the aforementioned guest label of Eric Prydz, a solo release on Phazing Records and countless installments on the Spinnin group, the Stockholmer of limitless integrity and proficient knowing on everything production uncovers the all-new version of Love Flight, as premiered on Pete Tong’s Essential Selection.

Originally inspired by Stevie Wonder, hence the original’s feature of a sample from Wonder’s ‘84 classic ‘Love Light In Flight’, the Love Flight original’s humble drums recede for sweepingly raw baselines to fill the spot as a complementary layer to the preserved tenderness in the lead melody.

The 2012 edit of ‘Love Flight’ is due to see its release sometime next year.


3 Comments to “Preview: Jeremy Olander – Love Flight (2012 Edit)”

  • house music at its best !

  • slår inte hans orginal

  • Tycker denna versionen är bättre men det kan bero på att original versionen är sönderlyssnad.

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