Dr. Shiver

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Dr. Shiver
Dr. Shiver 2017.jpg
Dr. Shiver in 2017
Background information
Birth name Bruno Carlo Oggioni[1]
Born (1983-07-07) 7 July 1983 (age 35)
Milan, Italy
  • Record producer
  • Musician
  • Pianist
  • Disc jockey
  • Sound Engineer
  • Label manager
  • Remixer
Years active 1999–present
Associated acts
Website www.drshiver.com

Bruno Carlo Oggioni (Italian pronunciation: [bruno carlo oggioni]; born 7 July 1983), better known as Dr. Shiver, is an Italian record producer, musician, pianist, DJ, remixer, sound engineer and label manager. He started working in the music business in 1999, conceived his own record label Art&Music Recording in 2002 and opened the homonymous recording studios based in Italy in October 2012.

Life and career[edit]

Early life[edit]

Bruno Carlo Oggioni was born in Milan, Italy in 1983, to an Italian father and mother.


He began learning piano as a self-taught when he was 5 and, then, he studied Hammond organ, keyboards, harp and synthesizers. He performed along with both Italian and international artists, such as Pharrell Williams, Lucio Dalla, Mike Larson, Shapov, Claudio Cecchetto, Angelo Branduardi, Marvin Floyd, Little Louie Vega, Ray Bryant[2] and B.B. King. He performed in Europe in occurrences like the La Maddalena Music Festival, the Ascona Jazz Festival, the Noto Blues Festival, the Lago Maggiore Jazz Festival. With a classical, jazz and blues background, he then approached dance, pop and R&B music and began his career as a producer and songwriter. In 2009, Dr. Shiver conceived Art&Music Recording, independent dance record label and recording studio based in Italy, offering audio/video/web and graphical services.[3] In 2009 he produced the single Tu Vida by Keyla Espinoza that was broadcast live in the entire nation during the Festival Show with more than 2 millions viewers and more than 30 thousands people attending the event. in 2012 he discovered and signed the Russian trio Serebro with their multi platinum record Mama Lover.[4] Together with his production trio Doc M.C., Dr. Shiver has released several dance singles. The song Catch Me was presented at the Eurovision Song Contest 2013, and most of their Progressive House tracks have reached high positions in the Beatport charts. Dr. Shiver gained full support from many fellow international DJs, such as Martin Garrix, W&W, Afrojack, Nicky Romero, Fedde Le Grand, Danny Ávila, John Christian, Sander Van Doorn, David Guetta, Avicii, Shapov and R3hab. In September 2015, after the historic 1992 version by Frankie Knuckles, Dr. Shiver has released the first official and authorized remix of You Got The Love by Candi Staton. Dr. Shiver has been chosen as Music Producer of the Italian Talent Show TOP DJ (Sky Italia and Italia 1) throughout all editions arranging, sound designing, mixing and mastering all the broadcast tracks. In the 2016 edition, he has worked with the show supergroup, composed by Federico Poggipollini, Sergio Carnevale, Marco Castellani, Andy Fumagalli e Alex Uhlmann.[5] His single 'You Got The Love' has been included in the soundtrack of the TomorrowWorld 2015 Official Aftermovie.

On July, 21st 2017 Dr. Shiver performed at Tomorrowland in Belgium, one of the most famous EDM festivals in the world. Also, on the 8th of September 2017, he released "Something" on Nicky Romero's Protocol Recordings. Due to the warm reception of public and critics, the track was followed by an Unplugged version, released on Protocol on December, 21st 2017.

With numerous releases, both planned and already released, 2018 has all the prerequisites for being an equally prolific and rewarding year. In March 2018 he produced together with Solberjum a rework of the legendary "Bla Bla Bla" by Gigi D'Agostino, obtaining the support of David Guetta, Blasterjaxx and Daddy's Groove, just to name a few. In May of the same year Dr. Shiver joined forces once again with David Allen, giving life to a fresh summer hit: "Chemistry", released on TurnItUp Muzik.


  • Rayo De Luna ft Marbelis (2009)
  • Praying ft Tenja (2010)
  • Ass Up with Tato vs Lake Koast (2010)
  • Fly ft Marco Evans (2010)
  • Coke ft Miss Chiara B. (2010)
  • Magic Mushrooms vs Roberto Fracchetta (2010)
  • Be Proud ft Tenja (2011)
  • Taste Me ft Kim Covington (2011)
  • Cry Cry vs Kristian Vivo ft Marco Evans (2011)
  • Taste Me (Part II) ft Kim Covington (2011)[6]
  • Call Me Freedom vs Tato ft Kim Covington (2011)
  • Stop The War ft Marco Evans (2012)
  • Sexy Babe with Cekky Sound ft Pro Bangah (2012)
  • Mariachi Hat (2012)
  • No More Lies ft Sewit Jacob Villa (2012)
  • Plastic Noise by Doc M.C. vs Steve Z (2013)
  • Blue Waves by Doc M.C. (2013)
  • Catch Me with Doc M.C. ft Mimi Blix (2013)
  • Ruff by Doc M.C. vs Steve Z (2014)
  • Everybody Jump ft Pro Bangah and Lunar (2013)
  • The Grind with Stigma, Luca Monticelli, Pelussje (2014)[7]
  • Say Yes ft Luke Morse (2014)
  • Wow by Doc M.C. vs Steve Z (2014)
  • S.M.F. by Doc M.C. ft Static False (2014)
  • Noizer by Doc M.C. ft Havoc & Lawn (2014)
  • Out of Love by Doc M.C. vs Tim Gartz ft Lunar (2014)
  • Jungle by Doc M.C. ft Dre Meltz and Pro Bangah (2014)
  • Runaway ft Nya (2014)
  • Out of Control vs Doc M.C. ft Luke Morse (2015)
  • Dom Dom vs Solberjum ft Bo Valentine (2015)
  • Love For Life ft Christina Skaar (2016)
  • Something ft. Kazi (2017)
  • Wusu with David Allen (2017)
  • Brave Love ft. Jmi Sissoko (2017)
  • Something (Live Version) ft. Kazi (2017)
  • A New Beginning (2017)
  • Brave Love (Solberjum Remix) ft Jmi Sissoko (2018)
  • Love For Life (Remixes) ft Christina Skaar (2018)
  • Bla Bla Bla with Solberjum (2018)
  • Brave Love (Remixes) ft Jmi Sissoko (2018)
  • Chemistry with David Allen (2018)
  • Rescue Me with Jegers (2018)
  • Money Maker (2018)


  • You Got The Love (Official Remix) with Candi Staton ft Doc M.C. (2015)
  • Axwell /\ Ingrosso - Together (Dr. Shiver Remix) (2016)
  • Swedish House Mafia - Leave The World Behind (Dr. Shiver vs Marc Typ Remix) (2016)
  • Dr. Shiver x Candi Staton - You Got The Love (Remode) (2017)


  1. ^ "SIAE Archive Search – Works written by: OGGIONI BRUNO CARLO". SIAE. Retrieved 30 September 2015. 
  2. ^ "Dr. Shiver and Ray Bryant". Retrieved 13 October 2015. 
  3. ^ "Dr. Shiver on Soundvibes". Archived from the original on 20 November 2015. Retrieved 13 October 2015. 
  4. ^ "Dr. Shiver on Discogs". Retrieved 13 October 2015. 
  5. ^ "Dr. Shiver on Top DJ". Retrieved 30 September 2015. 
  6. ^ "Rockol". Retrieved 13 October 2015. 
  7. ^ "The Grind on La Provincia di Varese". Retrieved 15 October 2015. 

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