Tube & Berger Team Up With Armaja and Alegant For ‘Imagine’ Via Nomade Records!

Tube & Berger Team Up With Armaja and Alegant For ‘Imagine’ Via Nomade Records!

Following their recent chart-storming releases ‘Alive’ and ‘Starter’, German production duo Tube & Berger team up with Armaja and Alegant for a collaboration of epic proportions, ‘Imagine’, out now on Nomade Records.

Entering a laidback sonic environment, the producers blend airy pads and gentle percussion to set the track’s tone. Introducing raspy vocals and carefully selected instrumentals, ‘Imagine’ combines elements from different genres to build depth and texture across its duration. Making a huge impact in sets worldwide, this collaboration captures the essence of Tube & Berger’s inimitable sonic identity. Taking the track to alternative dimensions, ‘Imagine’ receives official remixes by Alexey Union and Klunsh.

Globally renowned for infusing their rock & roll attitude into the world of tech house, Tube &Berger’s influence can be felt throughout the depths of the dance music scene. Emerging from the punk rock circuit, the friends discovered dance music through Daft Punk and The Chemical Brothers, and began making their own electro-influenced tracks. Their breakthrough record ‘Straight Ahead’, alongside The PretendersChrissie Hynde, became a worldwide hit in 2004, topping Billboard’s Hot Dance Airplay Chart. Riding on their wave of success, they founded their own imprint alongside fellow DJ/producer Juliet Sikorain 2005. Next to releasing their own tracks, they have also signed prominent artists such as &ME, Andhim, Dennis Cruz, Ida Engberg, and Township Rebellion, to name a few. As a Top 20 Beatport all-time bestseller, the duo has undoubtedly helped to shape the house genre, crafting several scene-defining records, including ‘Imprint of Pleasure’, which was named Beatport’s 9th best-selling track of all time. Touring the world over, the pair have brought their sought-after sets to the likes of ANTS in Ushuaïa and Hï Ibiza, Tomorrowland, Loveweek Festival, Claptone’s Masquerade, and many more.

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