arpoador, rio de janeiro
photo: @olivetti 2021
Brazilian DJ and music producer Mary Olivetti threw herself into records in 2002 amid the effervescence of world clubber culture. Since then Mary has collected references that transcend the beginnings of Chicago House and Techno reaching its roots: the Disco Music, Funky-Soul and Electric Jazz. With a solid career in music spanning 20 years, Mary is obsessed with the future and past of House Music, raging from Deep to Acid to Garage, always with a sense of historical perspective and a deep connection to the dance floor.
Mary had her name printed in big clubs and festivals like Rock in Rio (2011/2015/2022), Tomorrowland Brasil (2016), Pacha, DEFECTED in The House Brazil, Creamfields, Amnesia, Space, Warung, D-Edge, WMC, Cafe del Mar, Laroc, Green Valley, Avalon, Sirena and Privilège Brasil, where he was a resident for three years. With tours that go from north to south of Brazil and also pass through Los Angeles, Singapore, Ibiza, Buenos Aires and Miami, Mary — in addition to being a headliner — is often opening for artists such as Masters at Work, Kerri Chandler, Spiller, Folamour, Barbara Tucker, Hercules & Love Affair, Bob Sinclar, Roger Sanchez, Richard Gray, David Guetta, Anna, Blond:ish, Mark Knight, Anabel Englund, Tiësto, Axwell, Nicky Romero, Fatnotronic, Yuksek, DJ Marky, Lee Foss, Gui Boratto, Solomun, Claptone, H.O.S.H and many others.
Mary Olivetti debuted in the studios in 2019 when she graduated in Phonographic Production from Anhembi Morumbi (São Paulo). In the same year, she released her remix for “Xangô" by Fábio Santanna by Me Gusta Records, a song that reached the top of sales by the Rio de Janeiro label. In 2020 she signed a remix for “Cor de Rosa Choque” by Rita Lee and Roberto de Carvalho (Universal Music), work that became one of the favorites in the opinion of the queen of national rock: “um tesão!” — she said. In 2021 she released by Cocada Music/Get Physical a feat. with Grammy-nominee Mahmundi, the piece “Black Coco” (1978, Painel de Controle), a song that reached Top 1 Hype Nu Disco/Indie Dance on Beatport and entered the Afro-Latin-Brazilian Essentials chart on Traxsource, and then the track received remixes from DJ Marky and Nu Azeite. In 2022 she was invited by the Brazilian big-band Jota Quest to remix their single “Te Ver Superar” (Sony Music): “she’s got The Groove!” — speaks Rogério Flausino, head of the band.
In addition to performing on stage and in the studio, Mary is involved with music on several other fronts. As a music curator, she develops custom soundtracks for fashion and gastronomy clients. Mary keeps her RAIO LASER label active with periodic parties and radio programs in order to strengthen the House scene. Mary has been in charge of FM radio programs for years at Jovem Pan, Transamérica, Mix and Oi FM, and has written music articles for VOGUE Brasil during Rio/São Paulo fashion weeks. Today manages the music catalog of some artists in partnership with majors and music publishers.
For 2023 Mary prepares in co-production with Kassin and Augusto Trepanado (Selvagem/Selva Discos) a vinyl release of new songs by Robson Jorge and Lincoln Olivetti, her father, and several other projects that will be release worldwide.