Jeremy Olander Let Me Feel

Jeremy Olander – Let Me Feel (Pryda Friends)

Written by Michael

February 22, 2013 11:00 am

As one YouTube commenter puts it, this is house. The 24 year-old Olander is the protegé of Eric Prydz and “Let Me Feel” makes it difficult to not see why Prydz signed the relative youngster onto his Pryda Friends label.

It’s an expert mix of crescendo synths and elevated vocals, with a dependable and catchy hook sure to stick in the mind for a good while at least. Olander will be keen however to create a unique vibe for his sound, perhaps distancing himself from the incredible commercial success that is Avicii in order to establish himself as a unique artist.

The progressive tune above is a sure start and we expect to see Olander gracing the scene for a long time yet.

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