Few have held the corner for progressive house as consistently as Pryda Friends breakout Jeremy Olander. This month, the man behind the infectious “Let Me Feel” is back with a steadfast remix for Swedish band Kent set to test the waters of his studio get-up to a considerable extent. As emphasized by his re-imagining of Golden Girl’s “Kinetic” earlier this year, Jeremy is not squeamish where his choice of remix duties is concerned. Premiered by Prydz himself during his Essential Mix duties, young Olander leaps behind the wheel of “Petroleum” to rally a hypnotic and melodic new spoil ahead of his impending North American tour alongside Fehrplay. The vocals may play-out in his native tongue, but the impact is just as on-point, pointing to further leaps and bounds in the name of Pryda Friends to the reclamation of a genre misunderstood by the masses. (more…)Posted by
After debuting on Eric Prydz’s Epic Radio back in December and being thrust back into the radar with the now legendary Essential Mix, Jeremy Olander’s “Let Me Feel” is finally available to the masses. With a beat Prydz himself dubbed “infectious,” the track’s bouncing melody has a captivating pure house feel that’s brightened up with higher key tone work. Topped off with subdued but full-bodied vocals, both the lyrics and the track itself beg to be not just heard, but felt.
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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.