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    Oliver Koletzki presents: Stay Until The Light Limited Edition Shirt

    Embrace the rhythm of Oliver Koletzki’s “Stay Until the Light” with this exclusive, limited edition T-shirt of the same name. Crafted from high-quality cotton, the tee showcases the vibrant artwork by Chrisse Kunst & hey.its.yai, available in blue or white with a contrasting silk print. Manufactured ethically in Turkey and printed in Berlin, strictly limited to just 50 pieces, each shirt includes a download code for the “Stay Until the Light” EP, creating a collector’s item for all those Koletzki ultras out there.

    Pre-Order: SVT334 Oliver Koletzki – Trip to Sanity – 3x 12″ LP Trifold

    Release/Shipping-Date: 03.11.2023 Artist: Oliver Koletzki Album title: Trip to Sanity Stil vor Talent Catalogue No: SVT334 Format: 3x 12" Vinyl LP Trifold With ‘Trip to Sanity,’ Berlin-based producer, DJ, live performer, and Stil vor Talent label head Oliver Koletzki presents a milestone in his 36-year long musical career and his 18-year tenure at the top of global electronic nightlife – his 10th studio album. The album’s title, “Trip to Sanity” – a reference to the classic German children’s story of the little dragon ‘Tabaluga’ – reflects Oliver’s own path as a DJ within the world of club culture. But it also represents the appeal to an unbroken childlike curiosity as a producer, driven by the utopias of this parallel society. Naturally, Koletzki found his creative spark while performing on the stages of renowned festivals like Burning Man, Coachella, Garbicz, and Fusion, as well as in moments of peace and relaxation on meditative hikes and long beach walks in his second home of Cape Town. In South Africa, Oliver wrote most of “Trip to Sanity” in the winter, then flashed out and finalised the tracks in his studio at Kreuzberg’s Holzmarkt. Within the last 18 months a collection of complex and varied songs formed, which, typical for Oliver’s collaborative approach, were often created in cooperation with musicians like techno-pop legend Fritz Kalkbrenner, Burning Man chance encounter Talmirage, scene friends Andhim, Hidden Empire, Oliver Klostermann and Niko Schwind, or the exceptional voices Natascha Polké, Malou, LOLY and Marlena Dae. The result is a rollercoaster ride through a diverse spectrum of dance music, effortlessly held together by Koletzki’s unmistakable sound signature and his intrinsic sense for the exact tension between hedonistic dancefloor focus and poppy earworm impact. At the centre of it all shines a joie de vivre that runs like a thread through “Trip to Sanity”: Playful, cheeky, imaginative, euphoric, a rainbow of genres and influences flow into each other, balanced by moments of reflection, melancholy or harshness. For those who want to experience said state of mind even more intensely, there’s the opportunity this winter as part of the “Trip to Sanity” live concert tour in Germany. A long term dream of Oliver’s, who will present tracks from the new album paired with highlights from his extensive catalogue – naturally performed on an array of instruments in a proper live setup and as an audio-visual Gesamtkunstwerk. For Oliver Koletzki, one milestone follows the other this year.

    SVT222 Oliver Koletzki & Niko Schwind – Noordhoek Vinyl LP

    Extraordinary pieces of music have long stood in direct correlation to the physical surroundings that inspire them. When Oliver Koletzki and Niko Schwind packed up their Berlin studios last April to spend a month locked away in a cottage nestled in the stunning nature of Cape Towns Noordhoek area before heading to AfrikaBurn, little did they know that its long beaches, dramatic mountain views and the heritage of its indigenous people would have such a profound effect on the club-ready sound they had championed with a string of EPs and live-performances since 2015. The result of four weeks of geo-cultural stimuli and creative experimentation culminated in the album Noordhoek, released in May 2018 on Stil vor Talent. While the productions on Noordhoek display the same on-point sound design of previous Oliver Koletzki and Niko Schwind releases, the impressive emotional depth and electronic floor-focus of its twelve tracks effortlessly merge with complex rhythmic textures to form a contemporary narrative on ancient dance rituals. After a roller coaster ride through twelve versatile yet coherent productions, one thing is certain as the ultimate crack of thunder crashes down on Noordhoek: South Africa fuelled the creative energy of two remarkable musicians, who where able to translate the abundance of their impressions into a truly original world of sound.

    SVT263 Oliver Koletzki – Fire in the Jungle (6 Tracks + 16 Tracks for Download) – VINYL

    Release Date: 2019-11-15. Part homage, part prophecy: Fire in the Jungle is the 8th studio album from Berlin-based DJ, producer and label owner Oliver Koletzki.

    SVT296 Oliver Koletzki – Made of Wood 2x 12″ Vinyl LP (+ 12 Tracks for Download)

    Release Date: 16.07.2021. On 'Made of Wood', his ninth full-length album since 2007, Oliver Koletzki embodies the seasoned craftsman, carving out his deeply personal sonic sculptures with a confident, learned hand, while experimenting with a broad range of thrilling ideas and fresh textures. The result is an organically flowing, yet decisively shaped work of art, that naturally concludes a trilogy of albums Koletzki embarked on releasing with 'The Arc of Tension' and followed with 'Fire in the Jungle'.

    SVT246 Oliver Koletzki – Remix Tales – VINYL

    Release Date: 2019-04-12 While working on his next full-length album, the Berlin-based artist, DJ and label-owner Oliver Koletzki looks back onto an impressive career and a plethora of styles and moods, best exemp

    SVT193 Oliver Koletzki I The Arc of Tension – VINYL LP

    "On his sixth album, The Arc of Tension, the Berlin based DJ, label owner and producer bbu OLIVER KOLETZKI yet again presents his remarkable vision of contemporary electronic music, while he assumes the role of a storyteller. The Arc of Tension speaks to its listener as a singular, self contained work, which communicates by way of its natural flow and arc of suspense. The latter is mirrored not only in the multifarious narrative of the actual album, but can also be understood as evidence for its creator's long musical history. While Koletzki focussed on a diverse range of vocal collaborations on his previous long players, he now moves on to a different form of storytelling, rooted in the quiet confidence of a veteran musician, as well as the hectic lifestyle of a globally in demand DJ. The Arc of Tension is the psychonautic journey through the various continents of Oliver's consciousness. The quiet chirps and warbles, which initially unfold on the opener 'A Tribe Called Kotori', thus act as a loose associative bridge to 'Der Mückenschwarm', Oliver's big breakthrough hit of 2005. The first minutes of the album leave no room for doubt – we are immediately locked into an autobiographical world of sound that knows how to captivate from the get go. The dreamy, exotic timbres of the downbeat tracks 'By My Side', Tankwa Town' and 'Byron Bay' penetrate our minds in a subtle yet purposeful manner. But soon the tension tightens and organic sounds one by one evolve towards a sterner, electronic cadence. The bittersweet neon synths of 'Spiritual Not Religious' pave the way for the complex rhythm of 'A Star Called Akasha', an early highlight carried by melancholic cellos and contemplative piano chords. The ultimate turning point follows with 'Through the Darkness'. Here, at the album's centre, Koletzki starts continuously upping the tempo and leads the way with his very own, melodic interpretation of today's techno Zeitgeist, which he has been shaping since 2015's 'Iyéwaye'. 'Planetarium', 'They Can't Hold Me Back' and 'Chaturanga' exemplify, moreover, that a fusion of delicate musicality and sheer force leads to impressively ecstatic results. With its rough guitar chords and the acidic chitter of the TD303, 'Power to the People' rings in The Arc of Tension's ending, until we fully take off into space, weightlessly propelled by the ambient drones of 'The Day We Leave Earth'. Ultimately, what lingers is the feeling that we are being granted a deep glance into the innermost being of an outstanding artist."