German duo Tube & Berger are back, delivering us another house hit in the form of "The Sermon". Released via Ultra and featuring the vocals of Chicago house singer Ron Carroll, "The Sermon" effortlessly ushers in pulsating grooves and edged grit, for a track that transcends its house bearings and instead, guides innovation through classic merit.
True to their sound, "The Sermon" is a convocation of feel-good chords; euphoric pads, funky bass lines and stimulating synth stabs are in full effect throughout—held together in perfect unison over a rolling house groove. Carroll's unrelenting lyrics shine with his powerful command—an iconic sermon that perfectly encapsulates the duo's message in classic simplicity. It's this classic simplicity of the track edged further by its progressive build, that truly elevates "The Sermon", leaving us with a lasting impression.
Arndt Roerig and Marko Vidovic or otherwise known as Tube & Berger, started their musical journey over a decade ago. Since then, the house producers have released two acclaimed studio albums, played gigs around the world and now have over 100 million Spotify Streams and counting to their name. Their intricate, emotion-laden production style creates records that are organic and evocative, without losing that dancefloor punch essential for the modern-day DJ. Tube & Berger have undoubtedly shaped the Deep House genre, crafting several scene defining records in the last couple of years, such as Suara Records' "Imprint of Pleasure". Along with friend and fellow DJ Juliet Sikora, they run the labels Kittball Records and ZEHN Records.
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