From the archives; this post is from our original site, MyCityLife back on 30 July 2014
If there’s anything Eric “Pryda” Prydz can be proud of, it’s the musical minds he has spawned. The pride of Prydz: make Waves, Remember, Don’t Stop, Call on Me.
The first ever release on the Pryda Friends imprint came from a collaborative project between Eric and Axwell with AxEr. Other releases followed with Henrik B, Paolo Mojo, Sébastien Léger and Felix da Housecat, among others, though it was Jeremy Olander who would be the first artist to receive a multi-release deal on the label.
And now, the progeny of Pryda makes his way down under: Jeremy Olander hits the Sunshine State’s club circuit, having already cemented his place in global dance. With back-to-back successes from his EPs Evade and Fairfax, Jeremy has emerged as the new advocate of modern progressive house, prepared to follow in the steps of his Swede Maker. Having supported Pryda on the Prydz tour in March in conjunction with Future Music Festival, Jeremy will be back for his own headline shows.
With an impressive path surrounding him, Jeremy returns to Brisbane and the Gold Coast, ready to unleash his original bag of prog house. In March, Jeremy showed Australia just why he is the protégé of Pryda, and some six months later, he returns with his own headline tour.