Credited with being one of the founders of the dance music scene in Las Vegas, Robert Oleysyck is perhaps best known as the driving force behind the legendary Utopia. He's held residencies at Tao, Rain, Ghostbar, Spundae, Late Night Empire, Giant and the House of Blues, with guest appearances all over the city, including Godskitchen, Perfecto and Wet Republic.
A Billboard magazine dance panelist reporter since 1997, Robert Oleysyck has stayed at the forefront of EDM, bringing fresh music into his city and worldwide with his monthly show on Proton Radio. “The Feel Sessions” (which is now also available as a podcast), focuses on exposing quality underground electronic music, blurring the boundaries between genres, seamlessly mixed and programmed, traversing deep, sexy moods, demure textures and uplifting, melodic soundscapes.
As a producer, remixer and partner in label Stainless Digital, Robert Oleysyck's creations are available on Beatport and iTunes and can be heard around the world, with support from BBC Radio 1, Ministry of Sound Radio, Proton Radio, DI.fm, and Frisky Radio. Like his mixing, his production style ranges from atmospheric, emotive progressive house, to remixes of artists like Peaches, Esthero and Rubicon 7, on labels from both the U.S. and Europe. In 2010, a few of his original works and remixes were featured on multiple issues of the acclaimed Promo Only series of compilations.
With a career spanning almost 20 years, Robert Oleysyck has proven to be one of the most talented, diverse and respected DJs around. His list of accomplishments speaks volumes about his dedication to the art and the music industry, and his resume reads like a historic timeline, garnering him status as Las Vegas icon.
- Las Vegas
- 80s, Electro, Electronica, House, Indie rock, Progressive, Rock
- Favorite song
- "Low Sun" by Chicane
- Past gigs
- Tao, RA Sushi, Empire Ballroom. Spundae, Giant, Ice, Rain, Ghostbar, House of Blues, Drais, C2K, Curve, Babys, Plush, and a five year run at the legendary Utopia.
- DJ gear
- Scratch Live, Technics MK3, Allen & Heath XOne-92