Stream Jeremy Olander’s sold-out ‘Lo-Fi’ debut this Friday
It shouldn’t take news of a sold-out launch for Jeremy Olander‘s lo-fi concept to assert that the Stockholm-based talent has hit 2015 with wings of steel. Off the heels of his recent microCastle debut and the announcement of the new concept’s hometown debut on May 15, fans will be able to catch the action from the comfort of their home courtesy of Swedish streaming start-up Pocketbeat. Promising to be a simple but powerful experience geared around music rather than pyrotechnics, Olander’s first Lo-Fi event kicks things off in a disused bomb shelter.
Olander said of the event:
“We feel like a lot of people that discovered house music in the past 3-4 years are missing out. That’s where lo-fi comes in. We want it act as a counter to excessive visual experiences, pyrotechnics and DJs screaming on the mic. This is in a lot of ways the dominating perception people have of where house music should be experienced. I want to contribute to changing that.”
Support on the night comes from UK newcomer and Pryda Friends cohort Richard Knott, as well as local talents Hultmaskjina and Shmacks.