Its still like that: even though digital is everywhere there is still something very special about having your own tracks on a vinyl release. So this is it again: the very best of the last releases on Koletzki_s sublabel Stil vor Talent Digital on a double-sided vinyl edition. Starting off with two tracks by Bruch & Junior that couldnt be more different: While >Fiesta de la Residencia< sounds like somebody threw some Spanish vocals and trumpets into a pool of tech-house beats and basslines at a maniac afterhour on the White Island (ergo: great),>Sunset< is the deeply euphoric sound for the morning after. The synthesizers so crisp and all around you, the beat and bassline so warm and seductive: this is purely magical music that will make you forget when the sun went down or up the last time while still making you want to shake your legs to the strong bassline and chunky loop. Hit! On the flip then comes a re-work of a massive hit on Stil vor Talent: a 2010 version of Nicones >Una Rosa< complete with the original Spanish vocals, but a much more grooving loop that turns into an absolute percussion fest. Claps turn into effects and we all raise our hands to those reverbed original vocals. Last up Australian Murat Kilic with the wonderfully oldskool house anthem >Summer Traffic<: great melodic pads, a superbly harmonic bassline and when the breakdown kicks in, an ever-indulging xylophon melody. This whole record has got summer written all over it and helps us all get through this icy winter.