Jeremy Olander – Let Me Feel (single) (Pryda Friends)


We’ve been listening to this one for a good couple of months now ever since it aired on Pete Tong’s program on Radio 1 during the first week of 2013. The track has finally been released as a single this week and simply put, “Let Me Feel” is the  Sound Advice song of 2013.

Eric Prydz protégé Jeremy Olander first came to our attention for his astonishing remix of Depeche Mode’s “It’s Not Good” – a progressive house stonker.

After signing to Eric Prydz‘s label Pryda Friends in 2011, Olander released the ‘Riots/‘Evade’/‘Chronic’ EP,  followed by the ‘Fairfax’/’Rypamont’ single. Prior to his Pryda Friends signing, Olander had released a handful of singles for other labels such as JOOF Records, Spinnin’ Deep and Phazing.

Using a similar sonic palate to what made the aforementioned Depeche Mode remix so brilliant, “Let Me Feel” is stunningly produced and characterised by its driving house beats and tasty rhythmic synth work. Combined with Blade Runner-like atmospherics, “Let Me Feel” is nothing short of euphoric. Finally, its soul vocal sample gives it the pop hook to ensure that this track is destined for the top of the dance charts.

The single “Let Me Feel” was released on 4 March, 2013 and is available now via Beatport.

Listen to “Let Me Feel” below: