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Mary Lin

With her childhood totally permeated by music, it would be strange if Mary Lin Olivetti did not take steps in this same direction. Goddaughter of none other than Tim Maia, the descendant of the musical family Olivetti in childhood already sang, but it was in adolescence that she discovered her true passion and threw herself on the vinyl records. Having this surname was a big responsibility for the DJ, but she knew how to live up to, daughter of Claudia Olivetti, singer and songwriter, and Lincoln Olivetti, the man who revolutionized pop music in Brazil considered the greatest arranger the country has ever had. Based around Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo (Brazil) and turning 19 years of solid career, she is totally obsessed with both the future and past of House Music, ranging from Deep House to Soul to Disco, but always with a sense of historical perspective and an ear for fine-tuned productions, as well as a deep connection to the dancefloor. Pointed by press as one of the most expressive professionals in her specialty, Mary is also a profound researcher, entrepreneur and lover of Brazilian Music and her dancing strand, the Brazilian Boogie. In time, she features line-ups of big-rooms, large festivals and hi-fi happenings in national fashion. Welcome.


Mary Olivetti is a pioneer DJ in her country. She was a resident in the Privilège Brazil group and Nuth Lounge (Rio de Janeiro) for 3 years each. For five consecutive years, she was part of the select group of official DJ's appointed to open David Guetta's concerts across the country for thousands of people. She was part of the Defected in The House team in Rio de Janeiro. She opened shows by artists such as Solomun, Masters At Work (Little Louie Vega and Kenny "Dope" Gonzales), Hercules & Love Affair, Erick Morillo, Robin Schulz, Claptone, Kerry Chandler, Barbara Tucker, Nicky Romero, Bob Sinclar, Axwell, Steve Angello, Calvin Harris, Tiësto, Tocadisco, DJ Meme, Kassin, Mark Knight, Roger Sanchez, Yass, Funkagenda, Gui Boratto, H.O.S.H., Anderson Noise, Deniz Koyu, Deep Josh, Chris Lake, Marc Hughes (Ministry of Sound), Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Armin Van Buuren, Marky, Patife, Sharam, Richard Gray and the HedKandi label, among many others. Mary was awarded as the best female DJ of House Music in Brazil by DJ Sound Magazine for two consecutive years.


Mary prints his name at major festivals and clubs such as Rock in Rio (2011 / 2015), Tomorrowland, Pacha (São Paulo / Búzios / Florianópolis), Laroc, Green Valley, Amnesia, Space, Sirena, P12, Rio Music Conference, Anzu, Beehive, El Divino, Kiss&Fly, Pink Elephant, Cafe de La Musique (São Paulo / Guarujá / Angra dos Reis), Liqüe, The Week, Cafe Del Mar Rio, Big Brother Brazil and several others. Her international career is consolidated with presentations by Avalon (Hollywood, LA), Avalon (Singapore), Pacha (Buenos Aires, AR), El Divino (Ibiza, ES), Broad Bar (Barcelona, ES) and the United Music Party WMC (Miami, US).

Radio Shows

Her trajectory on Brazilian FM radios starts at the Jovem Pan - Ritmo da Noite (Rio de Janeiro, Brasil), where she performed weekly for three years live to sixteen million people. In sequence, she gained prestige in Mix FM - Festa Mix (Rio de Janeiro, Brasil) for two years. Finally, she joined the Oi FM team, an innovative and free dial, where she performed for two years on the Oi FM Na Pista, live and weekly for 8 states of Brazil. She was a special guest for Warung Waves, Sexy Radio (France), Oasis Radio (Paraguai), Frisky Radio Show (Argentina), Transamérica (Brasília, Brasil), Joven Pan (Florianópolis, Brasil) and 78' Radioshow Alataj (Rodrigo Ferrari special guest).

Music Curator

As a Creative Director at Radio Ibiza, Mary develops music branding projects for brands such as FARM (since 2002), Reserva, Animale, Alessa, Ben&Jerry's, Lush Brazil, BirkenStock Brazil, Schutz, Cantão, Ateen, Eva, Adriana Degreas, Galeria Melissa, Celso Kamura, Isolda, Imaginarium, C&A, Adriana Barra, Agilitá, Cavendish, Maria Filó, Oppa, Westwing Brazil, Quem Disse, Berenice?, Mercedes Benz, Grand Hyatt Hotel, M.Officer, Santa Lolla, Cia Marí­tima, Salinas, A.Brand, Vix,  Nike, Granado, La Estampa, Glamour, Feel Good, Lev, Jornal O Globo, Nino Cuccina, Leite de Rosas, Fashion Mall, Mac Móveis, Fil & Hair Experience, Líder Aviação, L'Éntrecôte d'Olivier, Julian Golldenzon, Dudalina, Loungerie, Mary Zaide, Verve, Shoulder, Via Flores, TVZ, Dona Coisa, Missoni, Maria Bonita / Extra, Rudge, Sacada, Richards, Mares Brasil, Corporeum, Saad, Luiza Barcellos, Capodarte, Shop126, My Place, Folic and Canal, plus dozens of others. She was Spotify's profile curator of VOGUE Brazil, Ateen, Animale, Via Mia, Imaginarium, Reserva and Radio Ibiza.

Mary was one of the heads behind the musical articles published on the VOGUE Brazil, interpreting journalistically all the tracks of the Brazilian fashion-week parades for 8 seasons (Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo).

She played at collection releases and happenings for Diesel, Emporio Armani, VOGUE, GQ, FARM, Jo Malone, Sephora, Zara, Schutz, Arezzo, C&A, Ana Capri, Shoulder, Francesca Romana Diana, Forum, Loungerie, Filhas de Gaia, Coca-Cola Clothing, Mary Zaide, Maria Bonita Extra and Via Mia, among many others. The corporate division includes BNP Paribas Brazil, Wolkswagen, RJZ Cirella, Gafisa, Revista VIP, Shopping Leblon, Ciroc, L'Oreal, Casa Cor and Motorola.