Jeremy Olander – Bandersnatch (Original Mix)
Consistent releases and global footprints all counted, Jeremy Olander has remained a crucial part of Pryda Friends’ progressive revival. His year started with the groundbreaking “Let Me Feel,” culminating this month with his sixth original release for Eric Prydz’s renowned imprint. For an artist who has consistently balanced musical attributes under both his own name and the techno alias of Dhillon, Olander’s ability to let both collide with subtle elegance is all the more apparent for “Bandersnatch.” Drawing considerable comparison to that of early label work “Riots,” sharp percussive stamina and Jeremy’s signature melodic aptitude meet halfway to mark one of the more welcomingly hostile club offerings to drop under his own name. If ever there was fear that all this hype may have simmered the Swedish golden boy, “Bandersnatch” reigns in as loud and proud testament to Jeremy Olander’s standing as one of the finest European specimens of progressive house headway.