Oliver Koletzki

“Großstadtmärchen (lp, Incl. Download)”

SVT037LP scanZoom inLabelStil Vor Talent
Cat. No.SVT037LP
FormatEXCLXLPA
Orders fromMon, 28 Sep 2009
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Review

Oliver Koletzki’s most successful album will be finally released on vinyl. Tracklist: A-Seite 1. This is Leisure feat. Mieze Katz 2. Zuckerwatte feat. Juli Holz 3. U-Bahn feat. Axel Bosse 4. Kusskompatibel 5. Warschauer Straße B-Seite 1. Hypnotized feat. Fran 2. Kleines Zwischenspiel 3. Headshaped Box feat. Kate Mosh 4. These Habits feat. Pyur 5. Die Raketen - Nimm mich mit (Oliver Koletzki Remix) The Berlin-based techno and house producer and DJ Oliver Koletzki has fully committed himself to his roots for this album. They can be traced back to pop music of the 80ies and 90ies, while his productions still manage to transport the fresh energy of today’s electronic music productions. “Großstadtmärchen” is a perfect example for a producer’s album: Oliver Koletzki has created a musically compact long player while working together with many different singers. Both established artists like Mieze Katz from the German electro-pop outfit MIA., the hot German pop-rock-singer Axel Bosse, critically acclaimed indie band Kate Mosh as well as newcomers such as Fran, Pyur and Juli Holz have contributed to the album. The result are ten songs that easily fluctuate between catchy pop tracks, modern house grooves and 80ies synthesizer pop yet still maintaining a very own Koletzkieske sound dynamic. “Großstadtmärchen", which translates as “The tale of the big city” starts off with “THIS IS LEISURE". Famous pop singer Mieze Katz has put down her sexy voice on a guitar-based song pattern that functions as an ideal introduction into the craziness of the big city tales. After hearing this, the listener is directly fully drawn into this world when hearing Juli Holz’s softly whispering voice singing about the dilemmas of love in the big city on “ZUCKERWATTE” (Single release date: 7.9.09). This is a very fine electro-pop tune. Coming up next Oliver Koletzki and Axel Bosse board an underground train that takes them around the Berlin U-Bahn system and back. Axel Bos

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