Premiere: Listen to The Partysquad's stomping return to Spinnin' Records, Pum Pum

Premiere: Listen to The Partysquad's stomping return to Spinnin' Records, Pum Pum

A quick-firing, reggae-infused free download to get your weekend pumping in a good way.

Header photo via Rein Kooyman

Since collaborating with Major Lazer for the now-infamous Original Don and teaming up with M.I.A. to produce part of her 2013 album Matangi, Dutch production crew The Partysquad have become known as one of electronic's most genre-defying production crews, injecting their reggae influences into trap, dub, hip-hop and house tracks across their whopping eighteen years of working together. Today sees the duo return to the powerhouse that is Spinnin' Records with Pum Pum, an invigorating two-minute track that packs a whole lot of punch despite its short duration. Pum Pum combines pulsating dancehall with a very trappy sound to create something that is high in energy and flavour, with their reggae and hip-hop roots underlying throughout. It marks their return to Spinnin' Records, with a bright future ahead for them and their label Rebel Yard Music, which has hosted tunes from DJ Punish and Lady Bee in the past. Check out the track below, which is also a very handy free download to celebrate.

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