Tube & Berger have been a prominent and respected name within the international underground House music scene for over a decade. Throughout their esteemed career, theyve achieved much praise and recognition through releasing their acclaimed 2012 debut LP Introlution plus more recent outings on respected labels such as FFRR, Defected, Toolroom, Suara - who released the duos legendary 2013 hit Imprint of Pleasure (a track which not only reached No.1 on Beatport but also remained within their Tech-House Top 100 for over a year and currently holds over 26 million YouTube hits and over 11 million streams on Spotify) and, of course, their very own Kittball Records.In recent times, the dynamic duo have been working hard on evolving their trademark club-ready grooves to incorporate more of a live sounding Indietronica styling and have now delivered an impressive long-awaited LP to reflect their current sound. Tube & Berger explain We wanted to make a record that represents where we are heading musically but also respects where we came from and who we are. We Are All Stars comprises of a collection of 12 tracks that takes the listener on a captivating journey through an array of; future club anthems, downtempo electronica, Indie electronics and chilled beats plus boasts stellar collaborations with the revered UK-based Post-Punk band White Lies and Richard Judge, Germanys RBBTS plus Australias Kingdom. The albums anthemic opener Burning Road commences the release, showcasing a wealth of uplifting synth melodies, lush pad tones and the soothing vocals of Miles Baulch AKA Kingdom. The album continues with a whole host of electronic masterpieces such as; the albums euphoric title track We Are All Stars, the dark and moody Dust Feel which features the divine Indie vocals of Richard Judge and the heavily vocoded Daft Punk inspired In The Name of and Lucky Shot. Other highlights include, the sublime collaboration between Tube & Berger and White Lies called Quiet Time, the trippy dancefloor-focused gem Fetzen, the powerful downtempo collaboration with Berlin-based duo RBBTS entitled Automatic People, plus the catchy guitar-focused Rock N Roll Until We Die and Beatport chart-topping American-western-tinged Ruckus which both feature outstanding vocals from Richard Judge. All in all, We Are All Stars feels like Tube & Bergers most accomplished work to date. Its a very enjoyable, absorbing and imaginative long player thats been driven by the duos quest to deliver a high profile project that perfectly demonstrations the current evolution of their sound.