Jeremy Olander came into 2016 as a new label owner, proceeding to build up momentum as the year went and establishing himself as a leader in the world of contemporary progressive house. By the time his Vivrant imprint reached its 1-year anniversary, the Swedish icon had already released two EPs under his revered Dhillon alias in addition to a widely successful Taiga EP which was reimagined by a plethora of his peers. Now he’s secured a nomination for Beatport’s Progressive Artist of the Year.
With only a few weeks remaining in the year, Olander shows no sign of slowing his juggernaut pace, introducing his brand new extended player Caravelle right in time for Christmas.
The three-tracker closes with “Shuttle,” a complex offering where listeners are guided through warm soundscapes via hearty plucks and an ethereal arrangement. It’s been a fan favorite in Olander’s recent sets — and for good reason, considering it illustrates just how far Jeremy has come as a producer over the last few years.
“Shuttle” and the rest of Caravelle are slated for release on December 23. Pre-order the EP here.