Oliver Night – London based DJ, Producer and Singer
Born and raised in North London, Oliver Night is a hybrid of cultures and influences. His unique perspectives, unmistakable sound, and progressive sense of style ensures he continues to produce and create sounds that are firmly embedded within London’s broken beat and house scene.
Inspired by his heritage in the Caribbean, Oliver’s love from music came from his heartland. Nephew of Jamaican musician, Hughie Izachaar, who worked and played with legends such as Lee Scratch Perry, Pablo Gad, Ras Imru and Barry Issacs, it can be assumed that Oliver would always find his way to music. Reggae and dub are firmly in his repertoire, both vocally and production-wise, through his Uncle’s rich history within the scene.
Starting his career as a DJ over fourteen years ago, Oliver has built up an impressive portfolio that includes both UK and international bookings, spinning at highly reputable nights across London, such as Boiler Room and Village Underground. In 2015 dedication and commitment to his craft was realised by releasing his own productions on Tony Records [Tony Humphries] [Tracks, House of Funk].
A member and producer of Roots Manuva’s Banana Klan, he’s set to be released on the mighty CoOp Presents Selectors Assemble in 2018. He’ll continue to bring an onslaught of tracks, feature work, and a la carte tracks.