Single Review: Martin Solveig – 'All Stars' (ft. ALMA)

Friday, June 30, 2017

While it’s been half a decade since Martin Solveig dropped a full-length release, the French producer has kept himself busy by releasing a steady string of singles. Solveig has continued this path by releasing his latest track 'All Stars', which features ALMA. Combining her soft euphoric vocals with a groovy bassline, Solveig continues to showcase his ability to blend a variety of elements to create a monster dance tune. 

The song begins with a set of synth notes creating a minimalistic impression that sounds like your standard pop track. Emerging from the pop-infused atmosphere is a solid bassline with a groove bouncy enough to get you dancing your way to the nearest nightclub. The single then introduces the vibrant and thumping beats Solveig has become so well-known for, sparking a resemblance to his high charting hit 'Intoxicated' with the trumpet like lead. 

It’s easy to assume Solveig is sticking to a well working formula with this track, but with the addition of ALMA’s vocals, a new dimension is added to his sound. Her stretching vocal tones add a fantastic balance to the track that creates a captivating melodic hook. This track is a crafted addition to Solveig’s discography, however, the wait for his next studio album continues. 

Written by Mitchell Bazley