Oliver Di Giusto – DJ Oli-D

As he was working in the DJ shop , he was surrounded by vinyls and DJ’s. He got the inspiration and taste to mix with all these tunes that were coming out every day

Oliver Di Giusto – DJ Oli-D
Born: 11 February 1976
Current Location: Lausanne Switzerland
DJ, Producer, Radio DJ



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About Oli-D

Oli-D got into dj’ing in 1994 because of his mother, who was one of the first swiss female DJ in the 90s. She owned a famous Record Shop near Montreux in Switzerland.
As he was working in the DJ shop , he was surrounded by vinyls and DJ’s. He got the inspiration and taste to mix with all these tunes that were coming out every day.

DSC_5479From then on, he started to get a name for himself in clubs and radios scene in Switzerland. He was spinning his tunes on the most well known radio’s like, Couleur 3, Radio Framboise. And all the big clubs and festivals such as the famous Montreux jazz festival.
1998 he got together with DJ Daryl and they started to produce their own tunes in their home studio. In 1999 they created a track for the international Red Cross that was broadcast in more than 30 countries around the world as a message of peace. The track was called Dignity.

In 2004 he got married and had kids, he decided to focus into his family and make a break with music. 2014 for fun, he decided to start mixing again. By the  end of the year he put a mix on Mixcloud. Bang! Everything started to go fast and he hasn’t stopped since.
2015 he started to DJ again on radios and in clubs.

Radio & Podcast Residency: More Bass Radio NYC (USA), Aegean Lounge Radio (Greece/Spain), Sons of Music (Berlin / Stockholm).
Club & Bar Residency: KJU (Q) Club, Punk Bar.


E-Mail: oliver.dig@gmail.com

 

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