Cristoph and Jeremy Olander – Last Dance EP

Fresh off an American tour supporting Eric Prydz, British DJ and producer Cristoph links up with Fairfax, Virginia native Jeremy Olander for their new “Last Dance” EP. The two-track EP features two distinct progressive house records, and demonstrates a solid hybrid of the two artists’ unique styles, with Cristoph bringing a dark yet soulful vibe while Jeremy Olander’s rhythms drive them forward.

The first track, “Last Dance,” is reminiscent of stepping into the sunlight in the early morning after a long night of warehouse partying, with ambient samples that create a hazy feel. The rhythm allows you to slow down and vibe out, while the bit-sounding top end keeps you up. The conclusion of the EP, “Dimensions,” has a deeper feel, and creates closure with a white noise exit. The EP is out now via John Digweed‘s London-based Bedrock Records, and you can take a listen below.


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