Raised on a diet of underground house music in the legendary confines of New York’s Twilo during the late 1990s, David Scuba is now coming into his own. At the same time as holding down an arduous day job, he has been an influential A&R for labels like Timeless Groove and Real Music Deal overseeing releases from numerous international names in the past. Now, though, his closest ties lie with the legendary Mr.C and the Superfreq label they run together.
As well as producing his own solo tracks and remixes for the label including Superfreq biggest selling track, David’s remix of Mr.C’s “I’m Gonna Give You Some” which have gone on to be supported by Blondish, Adultnapper and MR C himself at parties across the globe including Sunday School for Degenerates at WMC – he has also released on Riff Raff alongside Mikael Stravöstand, much to the delight of fans including Magda, and has teamed up with Dance Spirit to great effect on their joint Superfreq EP “The Wi_th” earlier this year. David’s excellent remix of Detroit Grand Pubahs “Acid Dreams has just been released on AA Trax & he has remixes of Afro Acid’s Time & Space & Tini Tun & Hugo Ibarra’s “Lovely Girl” due for release in January, as well as remixes for NOSI & also Sagol due in February & March.
David is also the co-owner of Superfreq with Mr.C, where he holds down resident DJ duties on a regular basis. As a DJ his talents spread much further, though, taking in events across the globe (from WMC to DEMF, Resolute New York to Superfreq & Shake It in London) playing alongside the likes of Carl Cox, Nic Fanciulli and Layo & Bushwacka!
On top of this, David is responsible for promotion, staffing and scouting new locations for Superfreq LA events. One of his crowning glories to date includes arranging an un-announced gig with old friend Loco Dice who invited Marco Carola to play a very intimate 300 capacity show back in 2011.
So the future is bright for this ever rising star, with more productions coming on the rejuvenated Superfreq imprint, DJ tours in the pipeline.. As such, the world should watch out for the ever-essential talents of David Scuba.