Oliver Koletzki - Bring Me Home (Original Mix)





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Published on Dec 14, 2012

Label: Light My Fire
Release Date - 2012-12-14
Artist: Oliver Koletzki
Genre(s): Deep - Indie/Nu Disco
Album "Oliver Koletzki - Childhood Basslines" available on:

1. Bring Me Home
2. Childhood Basslines
3. Neon Guitars
4. Neon Guitars (Telonius Remix)

While the past few years saw Oliver Koletzki increasingly focus on the album format, Childhood Basslines, the second release of Light my Fire, marks a longed-for return to the dance-floor, presented in the form of three infectious original productions and a subtle remix by Gomma co-founder Telonius. The mellow guitar loops of Bring Me Home kick-start LMF002 in ample style. Helped along by a swaying groove, melancholic pads and soft piano keys, this is an ode to summer and all its tender promises. With Childhood Basslines Oliver then propels you straight into a sweaty 80s club thanks to rolling percussion, plenty of claps and Miami Vice-style synths. The tracks hero is, of course, its elastic bass-line, which threatens to swallow you up in its wake. Addictive! Combining elements of the two previous tracks, Neon Guitars is earthshakingly full-bodied, heart-warmingly musical and undeniably satisfying a true Oliver Koletzki track, in other words while Telonius puts a dub on things on his excellent conga-centric remix, making LMF002 an instant classic.

About Light My Fire...

Light my Fire is a new Berlin-based music label by Oliver Koletzki

Let's head for new shores. That is precisely what the Berlin-based producer, DJ and label owner Oliver Koletzki thought when he recently founded his second imprint Light my Fire after seven years of Stil vor Talent. The inspiration came from his favourite The Doors classic and the LMF-philosophy is equally simple: electronic music that speaks volumes, with an international impact and focus on the dance-floor.

The label's virgin release 'Bealive' dropped in November and came courtesy of the Kazakhstani newcomer duo Alexander Kovalenko and Stepan Knyazev alias Fapples, who demonstrate an impressive feel for contemporary deep house, sometimes with a disco touch, sometimes with an old school edge, gladly with feeling, a pinch of italo and the odd vocal sample. Always on board: a solid groove, skilful percussion and a substantial bass-line. Testament to LMF001's quality, the EP's title track quickly climbed into the Indie Dance/ Nu Disco top 20 on Beatport - a fiery start.

Towards the end of the year, Oliver Koletzki steps up himself to deliver LMF002 'Childhood Basslines', a release that marks his first club-oriented EP in almost a year and is set to cement the young label's reputation for high-calibre house music without a doubt. Not wanting to spoil the surprise, 2013 will see EPs by friends old and new, driven by one desire: to keep the fire burning!


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