Sampling Sister Nancy’s reggae anthem from ‘82, Bam Bam, which also saw Olav Basoski sample the track for his ground-breaking Waterman release in 2005, Tradelove, formerly known as Truelove, comes out with the sought-after follow-up to the chart-topping Rock The Casbah and the flute filled Tumbia Too. With his blistering chord progressions in hand, this Italian producer has, to say the least, made some serious impact on the tech-house scene this year. As opposed to many other eminent tech-house icons who have been permanent forces in the game for atleast a few years, Tradelove has, in a mere eight months, planted his quite distinguished contributions to the continued evolution of modern-day tech-house with trademarks such as Let’s Party, Parap and the remix on Off The Wall. Now, with the assistance of the looped vocal riff from Sister Nancy’s ‘82 original and his bumpy sound along with some noteworthy chords of wind instruments to make up Pum Back, Tradelove releases his third single via LoudBit Records.

Tradelove – Pum Back [LoudBit Records] – Beatport Link


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