Jeremy Olander ‘Vivrant at the Lockdown’ stream from 108-year old trainyard

Jeremy Olander ‘Vivrant at the Lockdown’ stream from 108-year old trainyard
Jeremy Olander ‘Vivrant at the Lockdown’ stream from 108-year old trainyard
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Jeremy Olander and Jägermeister announce ‘Vivrant at the Lockdown’ DJ stream from 108-Year Old Trainyard outside Stockholm.

  • The stream is broadcast in partnership with DJ MAG from Northern Europe’s largest train maintenance trainyard outside Stockholm, and was produced by Jeremy Olander’s label Vivrant in collaboration with Jägermeister.
  • The eclectic 60-minute DJ set will feature music from all three of the artist’s monikers: Jeremy Olander, Dhillon, and J.Singh, all of which have never been heard before.
  • Timothy Wilson, a Swedish visual artist who has previously worked with brands and artists such as ACNE, Samsung, Silvana Imam, Unge Ferrari, and Axel Arigato, will create a custom light and laser installation for the stream.

Jeremy Olander was one of the first artists on the electronic scene to jump on what would become an avalanche of digitally transmitted performances when the pandemic hit the world in mid-March 2020, bringing live music to a halt. When the United States declared a travel ban, Olander was in the midst of the final leg of his Balance World Tour in support of his career-first mix album on the renowned Australian imprint. Due to his inability to travel to New York or Boston, he organized a livestream, Vivrant at the Lockdown, at local club Slakthuset with acclaimed techno legend Joel Mull, Studio Barnhus head Axel Boman, and up-and-coming übertalent MOL on a 24-hour notice.

I started this period with the outbreak of the pandemic by doing a very spontaneous stream with Joel (Mull), Axel (Boman) and MOLØ in March of 2020. We all had shows planned the weekend it kicked off, and when we couldn’t leave the country, we felt bad for everyone that had gotten tickets and figured we’d try to bring the party to them. – Jeremy Olander

In addition to spending the majority of his waking hours in the studio, Jeremy has had Locked Groove and Hunter/Game remix him, released the three-track original ‘Rubicks‘ EP, introduced new VA series ‘Commune,’ and organized a producer camp, Vivrant Winter Camp, with fellow label artists Marino Canal, Viggo Dyst, MOL, OLING, and special guest Rebecca Schej (of Rebecca & Fiona). HBO’s Industry series featured his remix of fellow Swede Sailor & I’s “LETTERS.”

I’ve been really productive in the studio in the last year, and now that we’re finally seeing the light at the end of the tunnel, it felt only right to finish this period off like I started it, which is with a stream, only this time a lot bigger and better. We’ve been working on this for a long time and we found a truly amazing location. My set will be made up of all new tracks, and I worked with one of the most talented visual artists I know, Timothy Wilson, to bring the music and space to life. – Jeremy Olander

The 60-minute DJ performance, which will be broadcast exclusively on DJ MAG’s Facebook, YouTube, and Twitch channels, will include new and previously unreleased music produced by Jeremy Olander during the 2020 lockdown, as well as a bespoke laser installation by renowned visual artist Timothy Wilson.

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