Jeremy Olander has teamed up with Jägermeister and DJ Mag for an exclusive live stream from a 108-year old train depot in Sweden.
Taking place this Thursday 29th April at 20:00 CEST / 19:00 BST the DJ, Producer and Vivrant label founder's 60 minute set will consist exclusively of new and unheard music from his various artist monikers, including Jeremy Olander Dhillon and J.Singh.
No stranger to live streaming during the pandemic, Olander was among the first artists who pivoted into virtual performance when he set up an impromptu live stream – with Joel Mull, Axel Boman and MOLØ – following the cancellation of the final leg of his Balance album tour in March 2020.
"We all had shows planned the weekend it kicked off," Olander tells DJ Mag, "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.”
Just over one year later, Vivrant at the Lockdown will be a considerably larger affair. The one-of-a-kind venue – Northern Europe's largest train maintenance depot, on the outskirts of Stockholm – will make for a stunning performance spectacle.T
he venue's industrial features will be brought to life by a custom light and laser installation from Timothy Wilson, the Swedish visual artist who has worked with brands and artists including ACNE, Samsung, Silvana Imam, Unge Ferrari and Axel Arigato.
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