Joining Henry Saiz, Finnebassen, Charlie Don’t Surf and Jamie Stevens, Jeremy Olander proudly welcomes a new artist to his Vivrant family.
Eekkoo, the pride of Montreal and soon far beyond, has had a formidable 2016. Highlights include a remix for Jeremy Olander on Suara and Mark Jackus and Marcus Sur on Noir Music, as well as a widely celebrated collaboration project with Indie-Electronica phenom Sailor & I.
Most recently coming off a debut appearance on Suara’s power house compilation ‘Kitties On Trance’, this rare talent has set the scene for a big breakthrough many believe is overdue.
One that has taken notice of the Canadian’s abilities is Jeremy Olander, who now welcomes Eekkoo to his Vivrant family with the hard-hitting three-track ‘Nightingale’ EP. Effectively making him the first artist to have an original outing on the highly touted label besides Olander himself, Eekkoo is capping the year off with one his largest and strongest EPs to date.
Vowing to make Vivrant a home for new and established acts with a sound that finds itself in the crossroads between techno, tech and early 2000s progressive, Olander makes good on that promise by forming what feels like a natural pairing with Eekkoo.