Tripolism collaborates with Nandu and Radeckt on the highly-anticipated single ‘Soultrain’

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Tripolism, along with their Danish fellows Nandu and Radeckt, has once again made waves in the dance music scene with their latest single ‘Soultrain,’ released through Ultra Records.

The recent collaboration between Tripolism and their Danish counterparts, Nandu and Radeckt, has created a significant buzz. Their latest single ‘Soultrain,’ released through Ultra Records, marks another notable milestone in their journey, further cementing their positions as influential figures within the dance music scene. Following the success of their August 2023 hit ‘Dope Dance,’ ‘Soultrain’ arrives as yet another testament to their burgeoning status as emerging luminaries in the dance music genre. With a string of hits including ‘Luna Love‘ and ‘Whatever We Call It,’ Tripolism’s trajectory in dance music is nothing short of meteoric, showcasing their unique blend of sounds and solidifying their partnership with Ultra Records.

‘Soultrain’ not only demonstrates Tripolism’s creative prowess but also their ability to collaborate effectively with Nandu and Radeckt, creating a synergy that has captured the attention of major names in the industry like Diplo and Kölsch. Their multi-genre approach to music, blending elements of the house with a distinct Scandinavian touch, has distinguished them since their inception in 2021. The track follows their proven formula of success, combining playful melodies with robust electronic beats, aiming to replicate the acclaim ‘Dope Dance’ achieved, including a nod from Pete Tong as one of the Essential New Tunes of 2023.

This latest offering from Tripolism, Nandu, and Radeckt is a testament to their innovative approach to house music, incorporating cool synth patterns with rhythmic grooves that beckon listeners to the dance floor. ‘Soultrain’ is set to be a summer anthem, with its infectious basslines and captivating vocal hooks. As Tripolism, Nandu, and Radeckt continue to release fresh and engaging tracks, their future in the music industry looks bright, promising more groundbreaking music that bridges Scandinavian creativity with the foundational sounds of house music.

Speaking about the single, Tripolism commented:

In case you haven’t caught on yet, Soultrain is like the cool cousin of Dope Dance. We had a blast creating Dope Dance with Nandu and Radeckt, and the good vibes were so infectious that we thought, “Why not do it again?” Not with the pressure of replicating DD, but simply because we were riding the wave of enjoyment and having fun. Soultrain is essentially a joyride – open to interpretation, but above all, we’re just hoping it brings good times to anyone tuning in. Soultrain also gives a nod to hip hop’s tradition of self-reference. Listen for the familiar synth from Dope Dance in the track’s final part, and eagle-eyed fans may spot subtle nods in the lyrics. It’s our way of paying homage to where we’ve been while still cruising on this new musical journey. Enjoy the ride!

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