David Scuba & Finley Team Up for ‘LeNinj’ EP on Superfreq

Author : Marco Sgalbazzini
May 06, 2016

David Scuba & Finley Team Up for ‘LeNinj’ EP on Superfreq

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The latest release on the esteemed Superfreq imprint comes from Mr. C’s label partner David Scuba, who has teamed up with Finley for a brand new EP  set to come out on May 30th entitled LeNinj.

Scuba and Finley’s discographies are both as prolific as they get, the former cataloguing tracks on Deserts Hearts, Family Grooves, Design Forms, NOSI Music, Veryverywrongindeed, Riff Raff, Compatible & AA Trax, while the latter sports releases on labels such as Get Physical, Nervous, Superfreq, Touch of Class, Motek, Faceless & Sullivan Room.

Their collaboration EP kicks of with “Scoofin”, which as you may have guessed is a play on the two producers’ names. The result is a great track with heavy bass, peculiar horn samples, and quirky melody sequences all coming together on a haunting pad for a dance-floor ready piece that is sure to be perfect material for any true house DJ’s arsenal.

The EP release includes a brilliant remix by Chicago’s very own Kate Simko that sees “Scoofin” transformed into a funky tech house track armed with an impressive bassline, catchy synths and bouncy sound. The result is yet another perfect peak-hour track worthy of play.

Rounding off LeNinj  is the EP’s title track. Bass is once again the name of the game here, coupled with spaced out effects and obscure vocals. The funky drums peppered throughout work extremely well, leaving the listener with no doubt as to why the track title is ninja-inspired.

LeNinj cements David Scuba and Finley as successful collaborators, as well as  Superfreq’s spot as a true forward-thinking label that is able to perfectly marry both producers’ styles and mischievous influences.


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