|Jeremy Olander - The Rose Law/Rorschach [Cr2 Records]|
|05 September 2012|
He is the freshest thing to blossom in dance music in recent memory. A 21st century DJ that represents the opposite of a generic commodity. Modest, patient and ready for the big stage, he’s a 24-year-old remarkably consistent in an inconsistent world.
There is a reason why Eric Prydz, one of the world’s most highly regarded and respected DJ and producer in dance music history, signed Olander for a five-release deal with his coveted Pryda Friends label, and later asked him to accompany him on his tour. From the very first demo, Prydz knew that there was something special about the Stockholm kid. For years, he had been on the receiving end of music from budding, hopeful producers, but Jeremy’s was to become the first one that had truly made an impression on the selective Swede.
A true artist and student of music, his sound has continued to evolve as he has progressed. His music has gotten bass- driven while still incorporating his trademark melodies, and can at current be described as unpredictable, diverse and filled with copious amounts of emotion. With all of the above taken into consideration, it’s beyond any shadow of a doubt that Jeremy Olander is one of the brightest shining stars in the studded sky of Swedish electronic music exports.
Jeremy Olander joins Pete Tong on the Essential Selection Radio 1 showcasing his Creamfields 2012 set. Jeremy opens his set with The Rose Law/Rorschach which will be his debut EP for Cr2 Records released on Beatport on 17th September.
You can listen and download full BBC radio 1 set here:
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