We Are All Stars.
Fans of Tube & Berger have been waiting for this moment for a while now. The duo have been teasing their album for some time and each of the singles which arrived from ‘We Are All Stars‘ really set the tone for what was to come. And they have thoroughly impressed, with the full album now available, some quality House from the duo.
The last few months have saw a number of singles arrive on the scene. The first of these was ‘Ruckus’ featured Richard Judge, a vocalist who plays a key part on the album and this track really set the tone. Following on from this was the title track ‘We Are All Stars’, a stunning House track which was perfect to back up expectations. The final single arrived as ‘International Corporate Motherfuckers’, a politically charged track which showed Tube & Berger were not feared to speak out on the album.
We Are All Stars.
Now with the full release, twelve tracks have arrived, three of them we have already heard. But ‘We Are All Stars’ contains a number of tracks which really stand out, and some of these are down to the vocalists which have arrived on the tracks. The first of which is ‘Burning Road’ which features Kingdom and what a way to kick off the album. The deep flowing bass line has a soothing effect to it, while the vocals fuse in beautifully with the synth work and the drums. This is such a solid track, one which stands out on the album.
Another track to really make an impact is ‘Dust Feel’ which features Richard Judge, and this is a downtempo House anthem. The deep, growling bass line contrasts with the synth work, and the higher pitched vocals of Richard. This has plenty of energy, emotion and power surrounding it. Other tracks to stand out include ‘Quiet Time’ which features White Lies, giving off that band like feeling with the guitars. ‘Lucky Shot’ is controlled by the synths which rivet through with the melodies, while ‘Loyando’ is airy, atmospheric, different. Tube & Berger have really impressed with this one.
You can download ‘We Are All Stars’ here.