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Stil Vor Talent Berlin: Koepi [Stil Vor Talent]

Artist: VA
Title: Stil Vor Talent Berlin: Koepi
Label: Stil Vor Talent
Catalog#: SVT287
Genre: Melodic House & Techno
Store Date: 11.12.2020
Quality: AIFF Lossless 16bit 1411kbps
Playtime: 110:39 Min
Tracks: 16
Size: ~1.09 Gb

01. Andhim Toy Toy (Original Mix) (05:18)
02. CIOZ, Sam Shure Kamala Bani (Kadosh 2020 Mix) (06:10)
03. Mike Tohr, Amari (BE) Borax (Oliver Koletzki Remix) (06:50)
04. Fabian Krooss Crème Fraîche (Original Mix) (07:36)
05. The Micronaut The Micronaut (Original Mix) (04:18)
06. Daniele Di Martino Opal (Original Mix) (07:06)
07. Colyn The Future Is The Past (Original Mix) (07:25)
08. AIO Ancient Tales (Original Mix) (07:38)
09. The Journey Drainpipe (Original Mix) (07:16)
10. Tim Engelhardt Mask Of Fear (Original Mix) (07:56)
11. Drunken Kong Flow (Original Mix) (07:21)
12. Luke Alessi Adumu (Original Mix) (07:20)
13. Los Cabra, Zeeqar Bauerngarten (Original Mix) (06:57)
14. Oliver Koletzki, Kellerkind The Mezmerising Circle (Original Mix) (06:57)
15. Cipy Alberta (Original Mix) (08:33)
16. Phonique, Fairplay Hero Of (Original Mix) (05:58)

Stil Vor Talent Berlin: Koepi [Stil Vor Talent]

Stil Vor Talent Berlin: Koepi [Stil Vor Talent]

Were back in the capital with the 9th installment of the Stil vor Talent Berlin compilation series, which brings forth a group of old and new faces exclusively contributing tracks, gathered under the umbrella of one of Berlin's few remaining autonomous housing projects.

The legendary Köpi, located at 137 Köpenicker Straße in Mitte, is a building complex that has become a symbol for the city's leftwing community since it was first squatted in 1990. Over the years it was legalised and has become a safespace for alternative lifestyles and autonomous viewpoints, welcoming socialists, anarchists, queers and musicians alike. Controversial to some, essential to others: Köpi symbolises the tensions inherently at play in the city since the fall of the Berlin Wall and rise of squatting.

As always, music is the common denominator here and Oliver Koletzki delivers the perfect soundtrack with this new release, while Chrisse Kunst renders the visuals
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