Oliverio has been in touch with music from the cradle thanks to his mother, a renowned Argentinean classical pianist and later on for his studies of harmony, audio perception, composition and sound synthesis.
His story differs from the stories of most DJs: he begun producing and making music and turntables would come into his life later on. Oliverio composed the music for the first Argentinean CD-Rom game.
Being a child he saw Herbie Hancock playing Rockit live, which made Oliverio want to become an electronic musician. Then he became a DJ by accident - "The best accident in my life...", as he says. Hernan Cattaneo (Pacha Buenos Aires resident DJ and Oliverio's friend) and Pacha's director let him do the warm up for one night as they didn't liked any of the other DJs that used to play at the club. They didn't say that to Oliverio who, one night, had to start playing music at the club as there was no other DJ in the room. They were delighted with his performance and offered him the job permanently. From there onwards, he begun his own career and shared the booth with names such as Fatboy Slim, Circulation, Layo and Bushwacka, Peace Division, Adam Freeland, Jimmy Van M, John Pleased, Darren Price, Darren Emerson, Angel Molina, Plastikman, James Zabiela, Natural Born Chillers, Neils Lansdtrum, John Carter, Yousef, Colin Dale and Way Out West among others.
He took part in several events including Creamfields Buenos Aires 2001-2003 (as both: musician and DJ), Speed Unlimited. Absolut Vodka, Vans Tour sponsored by Tower Records (DJ), Inrockuptibles Magazine Event, MTV Latinoamérica official presentation (musician).
In 2000, his radio show (together with Alejandro Lacroix on the most important electronic music station on in Argentina - www.metro 951.com) takes his name to a high recognition level throughout the year. At the time, MTV was already showing 3 of his videos on 120 Minutos (a 2 hour program on electronic music). He also composed music for TV commercials for brands like Evian, Chevrolet, Compaq, Sony and Phillips among others.
Being an Argentinean musician, he couldn't help it and went for Tango. Oliverio recorded voices for 2 of Gotan Project's tracks at his own studio. Piazzola's official website includes Oliverio's drum 'n bass version of "Adiós Nonino".
In 2001, tired of the routine in Buenos Aires, Oliverio settles down in Barcelona, Spain where together with singer Nat Clavier gives birth to Outlanders (www.oliverio.info/outlanders). They now perform live electronic music with some "tango strokes".
2005 has lots of work in store for Oliverio. His first track under the record label Off Side Recordings (owned by Oliverio and his brother - MOS) will be published later this year. "Break My Mind", has been composed by him and remixed by Hernan Cattaneo with whom he already composed "240", a tune which will be published in the coming months. Also he produced some original productions and remixes with MOS. These tracks will be released by labels like Mixturi & Pissed Off and are being included in chart and DJ sets of Hernan Cattaneo, Shiloh and Blue Room Project to name just a few.
Searching for new artistic experiences he joins Hernan and Gabriel Scapussio to make their own software for audiovisuals called Visual Jammer (www.visualjammer.com). So he now starts his media-DJ carreer. (Visual Jammer has already toured through Brazil, Argentina and took part in the prestigious SONAR festival in Barcelona). Oliverio creates visual images for Hernan Cattaneo under the name of World Of Trash (www.worldoftrash.com). He also wrote & produced 22 tracks for a movie soundtrack called "Hot Milk" which will be released on the 8th of April in Spain and later this year worldwide.
Busy year for Oliverio, he has remixed Petersky's track "Fuck them all" together with his brother MOS and he have currently just finished a remix of Jeff Bennett's track "Vapourise" which will be released by Off Side Recordings, label that Oliverio and MOS are running.