Following his “The Drew/Animal Garden” mixes Jeremy Olander has released another quality remix, “Mine & Yours.” Similar to his mentor Eric Prydz, Olander takes you on a progressive journey with subtle nuances, which all seem to sound off perfectly in place. Beautifully utilizing Elise’s vocals, Olander’s intricate instrumentals and harmonies mesh into a magical sounding piece of art. “Mine & Yours” is probably Olander’s best remix to date, and as he follows the steps of Eric Prydz we are excited to witness Jeremy Olander mature as an extremely talented producer.
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