Eric Prydz is already starting off 2013 strong, lending a remixing hand to Jeremy Olander‘s “Let Me Feel” — the newcomer’s impending fourth release on Pryda Friends. Prydz’s dub mix is a darker, more driving take on Olander’s lighthearted original but still positively reeking of that melodic Prydz sound. Preview the radio rip from Epic Radio 007 after the break, and look for a release in early February.
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