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|1.||Oliver Koletzki - "Don't Take Yourself Too Seriously"|
|2.||Epitacius Vs Mestre Barrao - "Lampiao Subia A Serra"|
|3.||Sam Shure - "Iboto" (feat Basem Darwisch)|
|4.||Kellerkind - "Maybe"|
|5.||Ben Weber & Axel Eilers - "The Second Dreamer"|
|6.||Teenage Mutants & Heerhorst - "Zoltar"|
|7.||Fideles - "Dark Stone"|
|8.||Julian Wassermann - "Atron"|
|9.||Township Rebellion - "Baud"|
|10.||Reinier Zonneveld & Mees Salome - "Depth"|
|11.||Deorbiting - "Warnsignal"|
Congratulations to long-running Berlin label Still Vor Talent, which has now notched up no less than 200 releases. To celebrate this milestone, the label has put together this fine celebratory compilation featuring contributions from "old and new faces". Fittingly, it's arguably one of the imprint's strongest and most varied releases to date. Of course, there's plenty of typically Germanic fusions of deep house and tech-house present, but also the Arabic-influenced deep house exotica of Sam Shure, the rising, piano-laden dancefloor bliss of Oliver Koletzki's "Don't Take Yourself Too Seriously", the heavily electronic, club-ready psychedelia of Fideles ("Dark Stone") and the lilting melodies of Deorbiting's warm and picturesque "Warnsignal".
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