Posted in cutTheNoize on January 28th, 2015 by alt

5 Sterne Deluxe - Die Remixe - Electronic

Let´s step into the footsteps of the explorers of Sillium.

The sound pioneers and researchers of Fünf Sterne Deluxe moved on to finally explore the world of frequency substrates again to demonstrate conclusively the long-term effect of Sillium.

Late 90s of the last century and the early 2000s, the band has been omnipresent in the media with songs like  „Willst Du Mit Mir geh’n?“ „Dein Herz schlägt schneller“, “Die Leude“ and „Ja, Ja… Deine Mudder“!.

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Oliver Koletzki Ft. Dear Prudence – You See Red (Thomilla Remix)

Posted in cutTheNoize on September 20th, 2012 by alt

You See Red‘ – one of the highlight songs of Oliver Koletzkis second longplayer – has received a massive remix treatment by Thomilla best known as one half of German based duo Tunrtablerocker who added exactly that kind of groove and bass to it which we all love about electronic club music. Enjoy!

Oliver Koletzki - You See Red

Latest since his ‘Hypnotized’ Oliver Koletzkis deep unstanding and skills to blend pulsating house grooves with dream-like melodies and catchy pop hooks are known as second to none. Now returning to the spotlight with ‘You See Red’, which will be the 3rd single release out off his acclaimed long player Großstadtmärchen2, he manages again to amaze with diversity and elegance. Effortlessly and with ease he was able to embed the bitter sweet lyrics of upcoming British singer talent Dear Prudence onto a tailor-made, well-balanced house groove filled with thick bass lines and funk-synths which takes the song somewhere between club floors and the emotionality of RnB. Indeed, a tiny masterpiece considering that this collab happened only a few days just before the long player was finished – and what a bless for us! We guess, club mixes from Switzerlands master of groove Kellerkind and Berlin heros Channel X are exactly what you’d expect.


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Oliver Koletzki Feat. Bosse – Karambolage

Posted in cutTheNoize on May 5th, 2012 by alt


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The fairy tale of Oliver Koletzki continues … And he did it again with charismatic German rock singer Axel Bosse. After both having already collaborated on the first ‘Grosstadtmärchen’ longplayer and with ‘Ubahn’ having provided one of the highlight songs, they now return with ‘Karambolage’ in top form providing one of the finest moments on the recently released second Koletzki longplayer ‘Grosstadtmärchen 2’. Again, Axel Bosses second to none lyrical skills and songwriting quality are a perfect match to Koletzkis producer skills and ability to create highly infectious pop songs with elements that clearly shows his techno roots. The result is nothing else than a magical piece of music, you can’t escape from falling in love with. ‘Karamabolage’ is the second single to be taken from the much acclaimed lp ‘Grosstadtmärchen 2‘ which is already out and available via your iTunes store here.


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Oliver Koletzki feat. Jan Blomqvist – The Devil In Me (Remixed by Format:B / Nicone & Sascha Braemer)

Posted in cutTheNoize on March 1st, 2012 by alt

Oliver Koletzki feat. Jan Blomqvist - The Devil In Me (Cover Artwork)

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It sounds like a fairy tale. In 2005 29-year old OLIVER KOLETZKI pressed 500 copies of his underground hit “Der Mückenschwarm”. One of those white labels landed in Sven Väth’s record bag and whenever played out the track, people went nuts. Shortly after techno-king Väth signed the track on his techno empire Cocoon. “Der Mückenschwarm”, already considered as a techno classic – became the best sold techno record of 2005, the best ever selling record on Cocoon and OLIVER KOLETZKI got voted best newcomer of the year in prestigious Groove magazine.

Now, over 40 releases later Oliver being Label manager, producer, DJ, bandleader still manages to fill the clubs around the world and make people smile to his energetic DJ sets. Be in the best clubs of Europe such as London’s Fabric, Berlin’s Berghain or around the rest of the world: Oliver knows how to perform and connect with his audience.

In 2009 Oliver continued this success story with releasing his album “Großstadtmärchen” – an electro-pop album featuring national and international big names such as Mieze Katz (MIA), Axel Bosse or Die Raketen as well as many newcomers such as singers Juli Holz, Pyur and Fran. With “Großstadtmärchen” Oliver has managed to achieve what only few techno producers did before: to create a pop album with club credibility. The singles “Hypnotized” and “U-Bahn” even recieved German wide airplay and became massive club hits. With “The Devil In Me” Oliver presents first teaser single of his much anticipated second longplayer “Großstadtmärchen 2” which is due for release on march 9th. Again Mr Koletzki proofs he`s not only one of the most populare djs and best techno producers but also knows what it needs to create a catchy pop song. As one would certainly expect the single has also been reshaped for extensive club plays by none other than Berlin’s techno heroes Format:B and Bar25 Rec. dream-team Niconé & Sascha Braemer.

Format: B Remix

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Niconé & Sascha Braemer Remix
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