Jeremy Olander Caps-Off 2017 With “Crossed” EP

Jeremy Olander

One electronic artist that has truly broken barriers and a skillful music career is Jeremy Olander. The Pryda companion took a big leap of faith in early 2014 when deciding to go out on this own and start his own label. Following up on his inaugural Bedrock debut from earlier this year, Olander makes a first-ever Anjunadeep appearance with the ‘Crossed’ EP.

Jeremy Olander has a slew of chart-topping tracks from on some the most pioneer labels in the scene. Some range from Spanish behemoth Suara, Canadian microCastle, bigwig Atlantic, John Digweed’s Bedrock and now Anjunadeep.

As the new year closes out, Jeremy Olander had one more project for his fans, a two-track EP that characterized Jeremy’s true passion and himself as an artist. Showing both a light and dark side of techno, the EP is a master of craft – giving off emotional and sentimental vibes. The ‘Crossed’ EP is out on Beatport, Spotify and Apple Music via Anjunadeep

Anjunadeep is the home to original and remix artists alike such as Dusky, Patrice Baumel, Yotto, Guy J, Undercatt, 16 Bit Lolitas, Lifelike, Lindstrom, Prins Thomas and more. With a sound identity that can best be described as atmospheric, emotionally gripping and melodic, Jeremy Olander fits in like a glove with the Anjunadeep Family, it was long overdue and many fans and industry pundits agree.

In conjunction with the announcement of ‘Crossed’ EP, Olander is also announcing the first set of tour dates for 2018. Amongst others, they include a Vivrant showcase at Schimanski in New York City, and a closing slot at Sydney’s Electric Gardens festival, a London return alongside Guy J and much more. For all dates and ticket information, please visit Vivrant.

The ‘Crossed’ EP is out now on Beatport, Spotify and, Apple Music via Anjunadeep

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Meagen Surowiecki

Meagen Surowiecki is a well-known journalist in the dance music industry. Through the years of experience, she has now earned the title Managing Editor for ONEEDM. She covered many festivals under numerous media outlets from Tomorrowland in Belgium, to covering Miami Music Week for the last three years, other festivals she covered - Ultra, EDC Orlando, Mysteryland USA, The BPM Festival, BPM Portugal, Groove Cruise, Awakenings Festival, Neversea, and much more.

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