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Olivier is born and raised in France, and finally settled himself under the Arizona sun after bouncing to and fro France, the US, and Sweden. He started his engineering streak as an intern for major studios in Paris, moved to Stockholm, births his first release, Minéral, a Rue Léon project in 1998, which kick-started his career as a young freelance producer. After studying the craft under the guidance of a few select geezers (VMB prod, Châtelain), he flies to the US to reunite himself with his childhood dream: to make great loud and stupid rock’n’roll with intelligent Americans, sprinkled on top with an European touch.
Best Local Band by Phoenix New Times with Brimstone Flowers (which evolved to become The Common Revolution), he now writes for, and produces local and French talents. Between coffee breaks, scores original soundtracks for Synthetic Human Pictures (Best sound design 2009 Project 21). As time allows, a few personal singles might ooze out of the Electric Lotus Music studio.