Superfreq co-founder David Scuba explores new territories by adding ‘Dimmidium’ to the rising Desert Hearts Black, his first full EP of the year.
The EP features two lengthy tracks titled ‘Dimmidium’ and ‘Hot Jupiter’. ‘Dimmidium’ is an ominous track with a boosted low-end and gritty analog synthesis that are designed for peaktime play. On the other hand, ‘Hot Jupiter’ has a more playful tone to it, bounding along off-kilter sound effects and drum patterns.
David Scuba hardly needs an introduction; a longtime hero of the underground, he found his way into the sounds at Twilo and other revered New York institutions. It wouldn’t be long before he took up the art of dance music himself, eventually coming to serve as A&R director for the likes of Timeless Groove, Real Music Deal, and now, Superfreq alongside his co-founder Mr. C. He continues to pioneer the California underground where he is based, playing with some of the area’s most renowned underground promoters while bringing his talents outside the country to places like BPM, London’s Fabric, and more.