Jeremy Olander
Jeremy Olander

Insomniac Music Group launches new label Interstellar

The first single is ‘Holmen’ by Jeremy Olander that encapsulate the sound of the new label, a mix of melodic techno

Jeremy Olander‘s “Holmen,” the first song from Interstellar, the new label under the Insomniac Music Group name.

As a branch of Insomniac Records, Interstellar vows to open up new areas for melodic house and other styles as well.

Jungle beats, choppy sounds, and twinkling synths make up “Holmen.” The tune encompasses the classic Interstellar sound. It features and encapsulates what Interstellar wants to transmit, going through ethereal tunes and captivating breakdowns.

For special shows I like to make new intro tracks, and this particular one was made for Department Festival in Stockholm last summer. It’s a big annual festival that’s been running for a few years and I played the headline slot on the second day and wanted to put something together that was big, melodic and emotional and could set the tone for a festival set. – Jeremy Olander

You may think, another Afterlife-copy label? Definitely no. Insomniac has a long story of developing and launching on the global panorama top quality artists and reinventing sounds thanks to its label. Insomniac owns a series of labels that range from mainstream to hard techno. You may be familiar with Factory 93, IN / ROTATION, and maybe Dreamstate. Well, Interstellar will be a mix of all three.

Expect some heavy techno beats paired with dreamy melodic lines and catchy percussive rhythm.