All of these mix cds were recorded live, with no additional production techniques or editing. Oliver constantly tours around the globe from Athens to Zürich, Ibiza to Miami, Athens to Bogotá, London to Los Angeles, Vienna to Bangkok... His dj booking diary reads like an atlas! He has appeared at world famous high profile events such as the Lovefield, Paul Oakenfold's Perfecto party at the opium garden and at the Ultra Fest in Miami, and BBC radio one's Essential party at club Space in Ibiza. The name Oliver Moldan is also highly regarded both as a music producer and remixer, and his distinctive styles are constantly present on charts and heard in clubs all over the world. Remix projects have included tunes by Yello, Jimmy van M, Fragma, Nalin & Kane, Deelite, Slam, Scanners, Phil K, Pete Lazonby, Christopher Lobsinger, and many more... They have all been subjected to Oliver's ineffable spirit, vibrant imagination and open-minded interpretation. In his role as a producer, Oliver has made a deep impact on the progressive music scene.
Single releases such as "Beauty in la", "Cowboy Song", "Elephant Girl" and "Second Session" quickly established his name, then "Marraca$h" became the opening number for Tiësto's spectacular live shows and was heard by millions of people in 2005. To date, Oliver's name and work has been associated with some of the world's most respected labels including Bedrock, Audio Therapy, Hope, Superfly, Kosmo and Bliss. His debut artist album "Skin Deep" is being planned for release in 2006, and is already being strongly championed by Tiësto, Nick Warren and Dave Seaman. A new mix cd for the Russian and Ukrainian. Oliver Moldan also records under the alias "Prawler" which represents the intriguing darker side of his versatile, one could even say twisted, musical direction.
Tracks such as "Disco Shit", "Deep Sense" and "Frisco" (Bedrock). For more than two years Oliver is signed to Dave Seaman`s label Audio Therapy and he released solid club bombs like „Marracash“ or „Phat Laces“. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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