#JUSTtheTIP presents a record release party for not one, but two new albums by Ollto Jade aka Tony Ollivierra (Intangible Records, Planet E Communications, Yore Records, Exchange Bureau Music & Northside District) with DJ Eric Hinchman. Brought to you by Hamstersushi, Detroit Bachelor DJS & EqualRecordings.com.
Outdoor patio is open with the kitchen serving until midnight! 21+ with ID, Doors @ 9:00 PM, FREE NO COVER all night!
Ollto Jade is Tony Ollivierra, a Detroit area electronic musician and Dj who got started in the late eighties. He was influenced by the Detroit club scene in the 80's and 90's in venues like The Shelter with Richie Hawtin, The Music Institute with Derrick May, Kevin Saunderson and Alton Miller, and also The Majestic with Blake Baxter. Growing up a club kid, it wasn't long before Tony got his break as a D.J. himself. He held down a successful residency in the 90's at Ann Arbor's Necto night club as well as a seven year residency at Detroit's St. Andrew's Hall for the famous Three Floors of fun fridays.
Ollivierra's first record release was entitled The Hula Hoop Dance on Terrence Parker's Intangible imprint in 1996, followed by another Intangible release entitled Luv Music. After a few more projects with Mr. Parker, who Tony grew up in the same neighborhood with, Ollivierra went on to produce two singles for Carl Craig's Planet E label as Ibex, Bok Choy, the first and Macamba the second. These records gained worldwide attention and Ollivierra gained the opportunity to tour internationally.
In 2002 Tony dropped out of the music scene due to some serious life challenges. He then moved to Washington D.C. embarking on a three year journey of self discovery and spirituality, ultimately realizing Jesus as his only hope. His creative vision is now to provide and create music that will uplift the spirit. His production style has evolved over the years and is influenced by Acid house, Italo, New wave and more recently Trance and progressive. Circa 2011, Tony is back in Detroit and launched the Northside District label. In 2016 he launched the Hamstersushi label which promises to expand boundaries, putting a fresh twist on the Detroit sound which has always been about innovation and futurism.