Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Oliver Koletzki - Großstadtmärchen

Oliver Koletzki first started producing music in the eighties with a Commodore 64. At aged 13, he started taking guitar and piano lessons. His inspirations were breakdance and hip hop music of the early nineties.
Since passing his A-levels, he has been studying music at the Berlin Humboldt University. Occasionally he also does sound design for films for the University of Arts in Berlin.

In 2005, Oliver scored a huge hit with his track "Der Mückenschwarm" which was signed to Sven Väth’s Cocoon label, remixed by Dominik Eulberg and appeared on Pete Tong’s ‘Essential Selection’ compilation. The track was subsequently voted Best Track in Germany’s Groove Magazine’s Readers Poll 2005.

(taken from last.fm)

Großstadtmärchen ("city tales") is some very nice, laid-back minimal techno with mostly German vocals - city music to the core. Enjoy!

[ Stil vor Talent | 2009 | Minimal Techno | VBR | 51:38 ]

1. This Is Leisure (ft. Mieze Katz) - 3:65
2. Zuckerwatte (ft. Juli Holz) - 5:43
3. U-Bahn (ft. Axel Bosse) - 4:43
4. Kusskompatibel - 5:52
5. Warschauer Strasse - 6:12
6. Hypnotized (ft. Fran) - 5:42
7. Kleines Zwischenspiel - 3:19
8. Headshaped Box (ft. Kate Mosh) - 6:47
9. These Habbits (ft. Pyur) - 4:15
10. Nimm Mich Mit (Oliver Koletzki Remix) - 5:09


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