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Jeremy Olander talks upcoming warm-weather debut at Vujaday [Q&A]

Just a few days before his Vujaday debut in sunny Barbados, Jeremy Olander sat down with Dancing Astronaut to shed a bit of light on some new personal and label developments, as well as what he’s anticipating most about the destination festival. A Swedish electronic stalwart after his years of cementing his name to the forefront […]

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Jeremy Olander’s ‘Docks’ oozes class [EP Review]

It’s been a moment since the progressive world has been blessed with a Jeremy Olander release. The prodigious Swede has been enormously busy as of late, balancing his personal life with appearances on the Cercle series, managing a relentless world tour schedule, and of course, running his now-renowned Vivrant imprint. However, the wait always proves […]

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Beyond The Booth 015: Jeremy Olander’s deep passion for cinematography and Korean gangster films

Beyond the Booth is a feature dedicated to the hidden side of artists that exists outside electronic music— a side rarely discussed with those outside their immediate circle. We venture “beyond the booth,” so to speak, and dive into their deepest passions that tie into their unique personalities. After some self-introspection, each participant then returns to […]

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Jeremy Olander vs Kamaliza – ‘Zanzibar’ (sthlm Edit)

Jeremy Olander would never leave his loyal fans without new music for too long, despite pumping the breaks a bit after an elongated slew of releases following Vivrant‘s debut onto the world. Four months following his enormously sentimental Karusell EP, the Swedish icon celebrates summer by putting out a bittersweet edit of Kamaliza’s “Zanzibar.” He […]

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Jeremy Olander enchants in ‘Karusell’ [EP Review]

Each piece of music Jeremy Olander output exudes the amount of care the Swedish producer places in its creation. Roadtested for extended amounts of time and painstakingly edited to top form, fans of his know that his work is worth the wait. Olander’s Karusell EP is a testament to this methodology, with both of it […]

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Premiere: Jeremy Olander – Shuttle (King Unique ’94 Remix)

King Unique sought to turn back the clock for a nostalgia-fueled re-work to Jeremy Olander‘s “Shuttle,” and it is safe to say that he succeeded in his mission to do so. Like a piece labeled “’94 Remix” might imply, this interpretation of “Shuttle” is rife with influences from the decade. The original track’s touching progression […]

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Premiere: André Hommen – Abakus

André Hommen has been simmering under the surface of the progressive and tech realm for nearly a decade, and now it is time for him to boil over unto the masses. Having earned recognition in the scene for his work alongside Dennis Ferrer and as a creative force behind the Objektivity label, singles like “Battery […]

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Jeremy Olander celebrates tenth Vivrant release with a beautifully-fashioned ‘Gattaca’ [EP Review]

Jeremy Olander is one who manifests success for himself by sticking staunchly to his guns. Carefully biding his time after breaking out through Pryda Friends, the Swedish phenomenon grew into his true artistic self through a series of carefully-selected releases and through the foundation of his own imprint Vivrant in 2015.His moves and undying passion have […]

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Tim Engelhardt debuts on Vivrant with ‘Maks’ EP

Jeremy Olander’s Vivrant imprint has come to embody the new breed of progressive house. While the label initially served as a recurring home for Olander’s growing catalogue of original music, it has since expanded to include the likes of formidable upcoming talent like Eekkoo, Khen and more.The latest addition to the label is Tim Engelhardt: the German […]

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Premiere: Tim Engelhardt makes Vivrant debut with ‘Time Will Save Your Soul’

Jeremy Olander has chosen yet another high caliber act to join the Vivrant family. Hailing from Germany and having quickly established himself with work on Bedrock, Cityfox, and more, Tim Engelhardt provides Olander’s label with a grooving three-tracker by the name of Maks.“Time Will Save Your Soul” closes the Maks out with plenty of energy, immediately […]

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Premiere: Khen – Cornfields (Original Mix)

Tel Aviv-native Khen has accomplished so much musically in such a short span of time in the electronic scene that he is already hailed as a household name in the progressive realm. Wielding his years of classical training and fine ear for musical arrangement into beautiful, transcendent records, Guy J quickly took the burgeoning talent under […]

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