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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