With 13 LPs under his belt, plus over three hundred EPs, with singles on such legendary labels as Harthouse, Superstition, Platipus, Hooj Choons, Yoshitoshi etc. he has been at the forefront of electronic music for almost 30 years and remixed everyone from stadium-filling acts like Faithless, The Human League, Moby, and Yello to the best up and coming producers in the underground scene.
Releasing genre defining music under aliases as L.S.G., Paragliders, S.O.L., The Ambush and his real name, Oliver has covered the full spectrum of underground techno, house, trance, and ambient sounds, and continued to evolve his own distinctive style and presence that is immediately felt, with his productions.
In 2007 he took the natural step of offering mastering and vinyl-cutting services, updating his studio to allow him to guarantee that both his own productions and those of his clients enjoy the highest possible sound quality.
In 2013 Oliver started his label Solieb Digital as a plaftorm for re-releasing re-mastered versions of his classic tracks digitally – some also along with previously unreleased material.
In late 2017 he re-started his project L.S.G. with his remix of the 1994 classic Netherworld followed by the double album DOUBLE VISION. Both on Bonzai Rec.
In 2018 Oliver released three more Remix EPs from his new L.S.G. album and returned to John Digweed’s Bedrock label with his EPOXI EP, appearances on Bedrock’s XX compilation and John Digweed‘s LIVE IN TOKYO mix CD.
He also had his first release on Christian Smith’s label Tronic Music where he released the GONE EP in summer 2018.
PRESENT AND FUTURE
As a DJ, Oliver Lieb continues to rock some of the biggest clubs and festivals in the world. In 2018 he played at Luminosity Beach Festival (NL), both weekends at Tomorrowland (BE), Ozora Festival (HU) and playing at FUSE club (BE) to name a few.
2019 so far has seen Oliver returning to Tronic Music with an exclusive mix of his track Tesla on the Rockets -VA Compilation in January followed by his Violet Sky EP that came out late February and is just featured again on Tronic’s Orbit VA compilation in August.
In late March Oliver returned to Bedrock Records with his brand new Phosphorus EP.
After a short break to finish his new website and re-releasing his last ambient album Inside Voices on his label Solieb Digital in June, Oliver releases a remix of Open Your Mind by Melody’s Enemy on Sasha Carassi’s Phobiq label end of July.
This will be followed by his Hiwave EP on Phobiq early September and later on by an EP on Secret Cinema’s Gem Records.
With his releases he continues to cement his position at the cutting edge of contemporary music remaining a true original, a creative force and an inspiration to many.