Oliver Huntemann (born June 19, 1968, Hanover, Germany) is a German electronic music producer and internationally touring DJ.
Raised in Oldenburg in northern Germany, Oliver Huntemann soon displayed an interest in contemporary music. He began taping radio shows and buying his first singles, as well as experimenting with a pair of belt-driven turntables. As a 10-year-old in the late Seventies, the young Oliver Huntemann was profoundly influenced by rap, graffiti and breakdance and key protagonists such as Afrika Bambaataa, Grandmaster Flash and Whodini. Films like Beat Street and Wild Style aroused his curiosity with regard to breakdancing and DJing. At age 14, Huntemann started spinning discs in public.
From 1984 to 1990, Huntemann trained in electronic engineering with the German Navy. Later, he worked editing, initially on a voluntary basis, a Bremen listings magazine. In the late Eighties, Huntemann started organizing electronic acid house music events in his home town of Oldenburg where he made the acquaintance of DJ and sound engineer Gerret Frerichs. The early sessions in Frerichs' studio, aided by jazz musician H.G. Schmidt, led to the creation of the Humate project. Their first singles, "Chrome" (1992) and "Love Simulation" (1993) were released on the MFS label in Berlin.
In the following years, Huntemann undertook projects and had releases - under his own name and his H-Man alias, plus the Rekorder concept series with Stephan Bodzin - as well as founding the Confused Recordings label in 1995 and developing his Super 8 studio. His works have appeared on Sven Väth's Cocoon label and Anthony Rother's Datapunk imprint. He released his debut album "Too Many Presents For One Girl" (2004) through Confused Recordings before teaming up with DJ Hell's International DeeJay Gigolo Records on his second release: "Fieber" (2006).
In early 2007, a live DJ set recorded at the D-Edge club in São Paulo, Brazil on September 29, 2006, was released under the title PLAY! 01. The series continued with PLAY! 02, recorded at the Rex Club, Paris on February 22, 2008 and released shortly afterwards. Each mix album was accompanied by a single release: the "São Paulo EP" and "Paris EP" respectively.
Huntemann is a self-professed trance, techno and progressive house DJ with origins in 1990s break beat and dub which originated in Eastern Germany.
Huntemann began working with the Ideal Audio label in 2008. Ideal Audio is connected to the Plantage13 label management system in Bremen. The third Huntemann artist album "H-3" appeared on Ideal Audio in April 2009.
Huntemann has remixed some well known entities in the electronic music business: Underworld, The Chemical Brothers and Depeche Mode. Oliver Huntemann has also collaborated with Dubfire (Deep Dish).
- Paranoia (November 2011 - Confused Recordings)
- H-3 (May 2009 – Ideal Audio)
- Fieber (March 2006 – Confused Recordings/Gigolo Records)
- Too Many Presents For One Girl (2004 – Confused Recordings)
- Shanghai Spinner (June 2009 - Ideal Audio)
- Rikarda (February 2009 – Ideal Audio)
- PLAY! 02 ep: Paris/La Boum (April 2008 – Confused Recordings)
- Hamburger Berg (Dec 2007 – Confused Recordings)
- PLAY! 01 ep: São Paulo (Mar 2007 – Confused Recordings)
- German Beauty (Dec 2006 – Confused Recordings)
- Fieber Remixes (Aug 2006 – Confused Recordings)
- Broadcast Service (September 2005 – Dance Electric)
- Terminate The Fire (feat. Chelonis R. Jones) (July 2005 – Dance Electric)
- Sweet Sensations (May 2005 – Confused Recordings/Gigolo Records)
- DiscoTech UK Mixes – (November 2003 – Confused Recordings)
- Freeze (September 2003 – Confused Recordings)
- DiscoTech (2003 – Confused Recordings / Zomba)
- Phreaks 2.1 (2001 – Panik)
- Wildes Treiben (2001 – Confused Recordings)
- Alte Liebe (2000 – Confused Recordings)
- Playground (1997 – Confused Recordings)
- Electric City (1996 – Confused Recordings)
- Styles (1995 – Confused Recordings)
- Dubfire & Oliver Huntemann – Dios (November 2008 – Ideal)
- Dubfire & Oliver Huntemann - Diablo (June 2008 – Cocoon)
- Bodzin & Huntemann – Black Sun (May. 2006 – Datapunk)
- Bodzin & Huntemann – Black EP (Jan. 2006 – Gigolo Records)
- Huntemann & Winter - The Motorist (Nov. 2005 – Confused)
- Huntemann vs. Elektrochemie LK – Bass Heavy / Strip (1998 – Confused Recordings)
REKORDER (with Stephan Bodzin)
- Rekorder 00 – Rekorder 10
H-MAN (with Stephan Bodzin)
- 51 Poland Street (Oct 2006 – Giant Wheel)
- Turbo EP (Feb 2006 – Giant Wheel)
- Mimi (Sept 2005 – Giant Wheel)
- Spacer / Rock This Place (March 2005 – Giant Wheel)
- Manga / Flip Flop (Nov. 2004 - Giant Wheel)
- Sandra (2001 – Giant Wheel)
- The Chemical Brothers - Do It Again (Oliver Huntemann Remix)
- Mark Deutsche & Musoé - R U Ready (Oliver Huntemann Remix)
- Sian - Shame Cube (Oliver Huntemann Remix)
- Stephan Bodzin vs. Marc Romboy - Miranda (Oliver Huntemann Remix)
- Kollektiv Turmstrasse – Melodrama (Oliver Huntemann Remix)
- Extrawelt – Trümmerfeld (Oliver Huntemann Remix)
- Rex The Dog – I Can See You, You Can See Me (Oliver Huntemann Remix)
- Cirez D. – Teaser (Oliver Huntemann Remix)
- Underworld – Crocodile (Oliver Huntemann Remix)
- Chemical Brothers – Do It Again (Oliver Huntemann Remix)
- 2Raumwohnung – 36 Grad (Oliver Huntemann Remix)
- Depeche Mode – Everything Counts (Oliver Huntemann & Stephan Bodzin Remix)
- J. Mowbray & D. Ramirez – I Choose Anger (H-Man Remix)
- Yello – Oh Yeah! (H-Man Remix)
- Moonbootica – Pretty Little Angel (H-Man Remix)
- Yoshimoto – Du What U Du (H-Man Remix)
- Ascii Disko – Black Metal (Oliver Huntemann Remix)
- Coburn – Technology (H-Man Remix)
- John Dahlbäck – The Bad Giant (Huntemann RMX)
- Benni Benassi – I Know What You Do (Huntemann RMX)
- R.S.P. – Funkanoid (Huntemann RMX)
- Robbie Tronco – Fright Train (Huntemann RMX)
- Fukkk Offf - I Wanna House You (Oliver Huntemann Remix)
- PLAY! 02 live in Paris (recorded at Rex Club, Confused Recordings 2008)
- PLAY! 01 live in São Paulo (recorded at D-Edge, Confused Recordings 2007)
- Stammheim Heimfidelity 2 (Confused Recordings, 1998)
- Ranta, Alan (June 12, 2009). "Oliver Huntemann: H-3 review". PopMatters. Retrieved on June 14, 2010.