Oliver Osborne moved to Singapore from London where he was a regular face at such notable clubs as Fabric, 93feet East, Shoreditch (Soho) House, The Big Chill Bar, Corsica Studios and many more.

When in London, Oliver played with Josh Panton (Kitsch & Sync) as this-and-that. And the two have played along side the likes of M.A.N.D.Y., Maya Jane Coles, Stefan Bodzin, Noze, Andy C, DJ Hype, Marky, to mention a few.

Since being in Singapore, Oliver has played at Kyo, The Freq’ender Festival, Tanjong Beach Club, W-Hotel, Bang Bang, Avalon, Pangaea, KU DE TA, Azzurra, the list goes on. Last year he started a series of pop up parties, After Dark, at the hidden gem that is Kilo Lounge by Kallang River. A brand that is being rolled out around the region as we speak.

Internationally Oliver Osborne has played multiple gigs in Bali, Thailand, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Shanghai and even as far afield as Mongolia.

Though Oliver learnt to DJ on a strict diet of jungle, drum and bass and hip hop, his ear eventually turned to house and techno. Recently his style has found itself leaning towards house and tech house.

Oliver has been quietly working on his production for the last few years, he released his first single ‘on the cards’ in late 2012 on up and coming London based label Kitsch & Sync. His second release, the ‘Save Your Breath EP’ was released the 18th of April on Singaporean label Eclesia. It features 2 tracks, Save Your Breath, and Don’t Fear What They Say, with remixes from Stephen Day and Ashley Cassell.

It looks as if he is very much here to stay.