German music innovators Tube & Berger have teamed up with French star producer Blake Light for the hard-hitting track Data Compromised, which is currently available on ZEHN Records.
Digitalized voices, explosive synthesizers, and booming bass launch the track into attention-grabbing overdrive.
Data Compromised is masterfully constructed to ignite dancefloors with its colossal presence and mesmerizing intensity, orchestrating a huge atmosphere with dramatic orchestration and shuffling percussion. The producers are in complete sync with one another, and the outcome is an explosive production fit for the biggest and best stages in the world.
Tube & Berger are well-known across the whole world of dance music for bringing a rock & roll sensibility to the genre of tech house.
After making their way through the punk rock scene, the guys listened to Daft Punk and The Chemical Brothers and were inspired to start composing dance music of their own in the electro style. Tube & Berger have amassed over 100 million Spotify streams and have performed at some of the world’s most prestigious venues and festivals, including Pacha and Ushuaa Ibiza, Printworks UK, Green Valley Brazil, Parookaville Germany, and Tomorrowland Belgium. Kittball tracks and ZEHN Records are two of the imprints that the pair founded and manages; they release tracks by respected and emerging producers.
Tube & Berger have released tunes with notable bands like NERVO and Like Mike, among many others. The duo, which has numerous scene-defining singles to its credit, including Imprint of Pleasure, the ninth best-selling track on Beatport of all time and the subject of an official remix by Adam Beyer, has unquestionably contributed to the development of the house genre.
French DJ and producer Arthur Houille is better known by his stage name, Blake Light. Growing up in Brussels for nearly a decade, Blake was frequently exposed to music, which sparked his interest in it at a young age. At the age of 10, he started playing guitar and developing his artistic sensibilities. He was mesmerized by DJs like Axwell, Richie Hawtin, and Steve Angello and was inspired to start DJing after seeing a buddy spin records at a house party.
While he was trying to figure out who he was, he went through a number of various looks and names before settling on Blake Light, a play on the ubiquitous “black light neons” seen in bars and clubs. At the tender age of 18, Arthur began making his way through the Belgian club scene, where he honed his skills and accumulated experience. His recording career began in earnest with the 2016 release of his first single, “Luzu,” on Arcadia Records.
The single followed 2017’s “Mandala/Don’t Stop,” which was published on Buce Records by Dimitri Vangelis and Wyman, and 2018’s “Majoris,” which was released on Arise Records. After becoming disoriented on his creative quest, he decided not to reveal any of his own works and instead started working on commission. Spinnin’, Warner, Sony, Enormous Tunes, Adue, and many other labels signed his songs. This year marks a new chapter in Arthur’s already excellent career as he has opted to return to the releasing front with his own tunes.
Listen to the track below.
Written by: Editor of IVR