Olivier Gosseries started deejaying in 1986 alongside his mentor, Poltergeist. Back then, he was mostly blending Funk and mainstream dance hits with the first House tracks arriving from the USA. With the spread of New Beat, he was turned on to electronic music and spun at the first independent House parties.
For the next two years Gosseries mixed with Poltergeist at Imaginaire, the first Brussels House bar. By the start of the 90s he was already recognized as someone passionate about spreading his love of music to the public. He deejayed independent raves and parties in De Schakel and several other venues in Brussels such as Transatlantik, Vaudeville and Café d'Anvers. In 1993 Gosseries was invited to mix at a celebration on the beach at Scheveningen, Holland for three of the largest Belgian and Dutch promoters of that time. With an impressive international guest list Gosseries was getting the recognition he deserved as one of Belgiums top deejays.
Residencies at Belgium's top clubs, Equinoxe parties in Gent and hosting his first radio show on Radio Crystal lead to compilations such as Groove of America and Who's Who's Follies. In 1996 Gosseries became artistic director of the label Noise Traxx with mate Junior Jack ("Stupid Disco"). Since then he has enjoyed a steady stream of success on the European dance charts with numerous top 10 releases and remixes to his credit, including the 1 hit in France "Clap Your Hands." As a resident of Le You and the Mirano Continental in Brussels, Gosseries rapidly established himself as Belgium's premier DJ and House icon.
Gosseries created the House concept Noisy Boys along with compilations to include Noise in Ibiza. The launch of his weekly radio show Noise in Fun on Fun Radio further promoted the concept. More recently he also hosted shows on radio Campus, radio Vibrations and radio Nostalgie.
Spanning the globe, Gosseries has traveled far and wide sharing his passion and "high on energy" musical philosophy. Popular for the ability to mix all styles of music, Gosseries has a dedication for House. Beyond Belgium's borders, across continents, he has elated audiences in France, England, Italy, Holland, Germany, Switzerland, Russia, Spain, Ibiza, Portugal, Morocco, Kenya, and the U.S. He has also spun alongside such marquee names as Junior Jack and Kid Crème, Roger Sanchez, David Morales, Mousse T. and Felix Da Housecat, to name a few.
A veteran of the massive Dour Festival in Europe and Space in Ibiza, Gosseries has dotted his long stint as a DJ with many high notes including his July 2005 performance for a private party for Prince Philippe (who is now King of Belgium). A nod from true royalty only affirms his status as one of Belgium's best!
From 2007 onwards, Gosseries took a step back from deejaying to concentrate on bringing up his 3 children, 2 girls and a boy, and focused mainly on his Noisy Boys brand of parties and clothes.In 2013, he was back to deejaying, and after a noted performance in New York in honor of Belgian National Day, Olivier became resident at the Vamos club, the club that started the fashion of “afternoon dancing”, a trend which continues today.These days Olivier alternates a residency at a Brussels nightclub with a weekly Saturday evening radio show, C’est Party!, on Belgium’s most popular radio, Nostalgie Belgium, where he goes back to his pre-house roots and revisits dance music of the 80s and 90s. He still travels and enjoys performing abroad. His only regret is never to have performed in the UK, something he intends to put right in the near future.