With the likes of &ME, Stefano Noferini, Denis Sulta, and Stefano Ritteri playing his tracks, Oliver Osborne has established himself as one of the hottest names in the South East Asian electronic music scene.
2018 has started strong, with a steady release schedule, including an ambient EP with the enigmatic Jin Lane, a release on Toni Ramos' Dolce Music, releases on Rory Gallagher's Soul De Anima, and London based Arusha Recordings. Plus shows in Bali, Kuala Lumpur Thailand, New Zealand, and of course Singapore. He also took his brand new live act on the road with a great show at Jai Thep Festival near Chiang Mai.
Oliver Osborne moved to Singapore from London where he played at such notable clubs as Fabric, Corsica Studios, The Scala, 93feet East, and more. There he played along side the likes of M.A.N.D.Y., Maya Jane Coles, Stefan Bodzin, Noze, and Matt Tolfrey to mention a few.
Since being in Asia, Oliver has played virtually everywhere worth playing in the region, and in May of 2013 was part of the team that started the After Dark pop-up parties, at the hidden gem that was the original Kilo Lounge. He also brings his musical agenda to various pop-up parties around the city, and runs the phenomenally successful Eyes To The Front pool parties.
Though Oliver learnt to DJ on a diet of jungle and drum and bass, his ear eventually turned to house and techno, and his current sound has taken him around some of Asia’s top underground clubs, such as Glow in Bangkok, Lola in Shanghai, Jenja in Bali, Volar in Hong Kong, and as far afield as Mongolia.