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Leaping from strength-to-strength with tactically tuned studio cuts, versatile Swedish producer Jeremy Olander continues to impress with his remix duties for a track off of Amsterdam-based duo 16 Bit Lolitas’ latest studio album. In a flutter of melodic swirls and driving beat work, Olander’s take on ‘Chant A Tune’ plays to the Swede’s strengths and invokes the feeling of being at your most euphoric in a festival crowd of thousands.

Out on Beatport

As formally debuted in Eric Prydz’s EPIC podcast last year, the Stockholm based producer Jeremy Olander drives a familiar and melodic twist into Golden Girls’ nostalgic ‘Kinetic’.

More than two decades down the line from the tracks original release, Olander’s 21st century take drives the solid production values and deep emotive resonance of the now genre defying movements that the likes of Prydz and his likeminded peers regularly deal in. But with an inoffensive approach to this forward thinking classic, Olander’s new school studio wit proves the turning point of turning nostalgic memories in landmark industry moments.

Out today on Beatport

Leaping from strength-to-strength with tactically tuned studio cuts, versatile Swedish producer Jeremy Olander continues to impress with his remix duties for a track off of Amsterdam-based duo 16 Bit Lolitas’ latest studio album. In a flutter of melodic swirls and driving beat work, Olander’s take on ‘Chant A Tune’ plays to the Swede’s strengths and invokes the feeling of being at your most euphoric in a festival crowd of thousands.

Due out May 20th.

Setting the tone ahead of his highly-anticipated remix of Golden Girls ‘Kinetic’, Pryda Friends protégé Jeremy Olander makes his label debut on Hernan Cattaneo’s Sudbeat Music imprint with ‘Factures’. Perhaps a bit more fitting for his Dhillon moniker, but the minimalistic charm of ‘Factures’ makes it a sound addition to the label’s first compilation release. Proving his outright studio dexterity and promising knack for several avenues within dance music, Olander does himself proud in this Sudbeat debut.

Out today on Beatport.

As formally debuted in Eric Prydz’s EPIC podcast last year, we have received word that Jeremy Olander’s melodic remix of Golden Girls’ ‘Kinetic’ will see it’s long-awaited release on May 13th through Floorplay Music.

More than two decades down the line from the tracks original release, Olander’s 21st century take drives the solid production values and deep emotive resonance of the now genre defying movements that the likes of Prydz and his likeminded peers regularly deal in. But with an inoffensive approach to this forward thinking classic, Olander’s new school studio wit proves the turning point of turning nostalgic memories in landmark industry moments.

Out May 13th.

In the same vein as his Toolroom Records debut ‘Norrsken‘, Jeremy Olander returns to Eric Prydz’s Pryda Friends imprint to present an insight into his smoother side once again ”Let Me Feel”.

Effortlessly balancing a mesmerizing vocal sample from Johnny Rivers’ ‘Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me a Little While)’ classic and vintage progressive energy, the EPIC Radio-premiered ‘Let Me Feel’s warm and collected approach makes for a mature and overtly satisfying leap in the calm and emotional realms of dance music.

Out today on Beatport. More info on the release of the Eric Prydz remix as we get it.

Back on remix duty after his stellar take of M83’s ‘Midnight City,’ Eric Prydz lends his Midas-like touch to Jeremy Olander’s upcoming fourth release on Pryda Friends for a darker, accompanying dub remix.

Premiered in episode seven of his EPIC Radio series, Prydz’s remix of ‘Let Me Feel’ dives erratically through layered leads and atmospheric surges for a strong first release of 2013. With the promise that 2013 will see a more consistent slew of releases from Prydz and his Pryda imprint alike, Prydz’s latest work dictates that the road from here is one of quality and consistency for this long serving champion of melodic Dance music.

Out early February on Pryda Friends.

Responding to the popular demand, Jeremy Olander treats us with two eagerly-awaited original tracks for the Christmas holidays. Though initially not set for release when unveiled as the soundtrack to an artistic short movie last month, the Christmas spirit has evidently caused Olander to change his mind as ‘Pusher’ takes the lead of the EP with the melodic progressions that he has become something of a beacon to over the past couple of year. In a turn for the darker terrains of energetic House music, ‘Put Out’ closes out the release with the distinct hallmarks more closely associated with his Dhillon moniker.

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In celebration of him being selected Frisky Radio’s Artist of the Week, Eric Prydz protégé Jeremy Olander comes out with an exclusive two hour showcase of a whopping 16 unreleased productions from himself as well as releases from Guy J, Nick Dow, Henry Saiz and more. Setting the tone ahead of his recently unveiled, upcoming release on Pryda Friends, ‘Let Me Feel‘, Olander jumps between flows of melodic bliss and mesmerizing techno for something of a breath of fresh air amid an industry flooded with mixes of Beatport top 100 tracks.

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Tracklist:

01. Jeremy Olander – Creamfields/SW4 Intro
02. Phil Kieran – Ghetto Face Space Place (Richie G Remix) [Turbo]
03. Henry Saiz – Uncharted [Bedrock]
04. Jeremy Olander – Lauderdale
05. Jeremy Olander – Factures
06. Jeremy Olander – Magorra
07. Jeremy Olander – Tenfifteen
08. Dhillon – Ramtrack
09. Cristior – Crystals (Guy J Remix) [microCastle]
10. Dhillon – Vivrants
11. Jeremy Olander – Tralolo
12. Jeremy Olander – Apex
13. Quivver – Fakes & Bullshit [Bedrock]
14. Nick Dow – Valva
15. Jeremy Olander – Riplock
16. Jeremy Olander – Malensa
17. Jeremy Olander – Put Out
18. Jeremy Olander – Halftime
19. Jeremy Olander – Harlequin
20. Jeremy Olander – Love Flight 2012
21. Jeremy Olander – Milano
22. Jeremy Olander – Let Me Feel [Pryda Friends]

In the same vein as his Toolroom Records debut ‘Norrsken‘, Jeremy Olander returns to Eric Prydz’s Pryda Friends label to present an insight into his smoother side once again with a new original track called ”Let Me Feel”.

Effortlessly balancing a mesmerizing vocal sample from Johnny Rivers’ ‘Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me a Little While)’ classic and vintage progressive energy, the EPIC Radio-premiered ‘Let Me Feel’s warm and collected approach makes for a mature and overtly satisfying leap in the calmer realms of dance music.

To be released on March 4th via Pryda Friends.

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