Music is part of the experience here, which is no surprise, due to one of the owners' extensive background in the early days of Berlin's club scene. Six years and over sixty releases later, Stil vor Talent can look back at many magnificent moments in the label's history. So is Schneeweiss, one of Friedrichhain's best and most-loved restaurants.
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Schneeweiss, one of Friedrichhains best and most loved restaurants, is just around the corner. The EP catered to a darker, rawer aesthetic, a direction now followed and deepened by four remixes.
On the second vinyl, "Still" gets its remix treatment. In addition, Stil vor Talent is presenting its second jam-packed double vinyl remix package of some of the album's many highlights.
While the original is a high-energy pop affair, featuring the characteristic voice of FranNiko Schwind mainly utilizes its melodies while pitching the vocals down for a masculine effect.
This works very well for his laid-back house groove. Hohberg and remixed by AdriatiqueBenotmane remixed by KarmonM. The piano keys on Oliver Koletzki's remix of "Once Again" push things forward into "Love Lines" by Artenvielfaltthe perfect summer track.
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Over okiver years, Berlin has been cited as Oliver Koletzki 's main point of reference and, more importantly, his endless source of inspiration.
Here, a decisive bass-line supports the track's incredibly emotive, velveteen vocals, making for an early highlight. Stil Vor Talent's new compilation series takes you on a tour of Berlin, capturing the essence and spirit of the German capital through the music they love, play and dance to. There's no place quite like it, thanks to its raw charm. Oliver Koletzki is just getting started.
Of course, Koletzki added some purely instrumental tracks on his album, too: This down-beat trip hop-groove is a wonderful hit for late summer. Next up, the uplifting "Sunset" presents Oliver and his wife Fran in top form as we are treated to three minutes of pure bliss reminiscent of their hit "Hypnotized.
A stroll through its subjacent U-Bahn station exemplifies Berlin's multitude and diversity like no other place in the city. Oluver contrast, Tobi Kramer aims for the peak-time by producing a fast-paced techno piece.
So is Schneeweissone of Friedrichhain's best and most-loved restaurants.
This is where he started out when he first moved to the city, and this is where he lives at the time of this release. Originally included on the bonus edition of the LP, the track bedazzles with grooving percussion and quirky vocal snippets.
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Last up, are three more of Oliver's original songs from the album. Following the original mix, the flipside bares Murat Kilic 's take, which ups the tempo into butt-shaking tech house territory, while adding a classic filter house lf thanks to its killer piano workout.
Pairing striking, award-winning interior design with a homey, laid-back atmosphere, Schneeweiss welcomes everyone with open arms: Why not join forces and collaborate on a compilation that represents both Oliver Koletzki's and Schneeweiss' taste? Hidden Empire 's remix of the more rhythm-focused "Ipuza" dials up the percussion's aggression. Offering the best panoramic view of the city, the feet high artificial rise has been a constant source of ruasch flux, bringing together artists from all media.
The Schneeweiss compilation series, now at its seventh installment, is built as a form of tribute to all these particles, tied in together into a series of carefully curated tracks.
Six years and over sixty releases later, Stil vor Talent can look back at many magnificent moments in the label's history. Alexanderplatz -- or more specifically, its TV tower the "Fernsehturm" -- is one of the city's most iconic spots, bustling with locals and tourists alike.
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As always, music is the common denominator and Oliver Koletzki delivers the perfect soundtrack with this new release, while Chrisse Kunst renders the visual. Functional, but with heart and soul. And his fifth album serves as testimony. Ooiver not join forces and collaborate on a compilation that represents both, Oliver Koletzki's and Schneeweiss' tastes?
Hypothetically, he could have a bit of a rest.