Super Duper is carving out his own unique path with his exceptional brand of emotive tunes, this time in the form of “Vessels to You.” Utilizing strategic empty space to open up the track, Super Duper seems to have his finger on the pulse of the genre he is looking to reinvigorate. You could group his sound into the future bass genre, but that might not be giving Super Duper enough credit. He is exemplifying that his sound and style is simply his own, and “Vessels to You” is yet another example of Super Duper’s capabilities as a producer.
“Something very spiritual happened when I started writing this song. The vocals were a complete accident…meant to select and play a synth pad and instead I played chords using a vocal chops sampler I created and it made the jumbled vocals you hear now…just hearing that one little piece got me really excited. Then the main lead melody on the chorus came about randomly when I was looking for more synth chords to lay down…I would have never selected this kind of synth sound but it fit the mood perfectly for some reason. The rest of the song came together effortlessly…all within 2 hours which might not seem like that much of a surprise since it’s a fairly simple song but there was no second guessing or hitting a wall. And once I exported the song I didn’t spend much more time on it at all. I wanted it to feel a bit raw and in-the-moment so it feels closer to its initial spark. Too much polish and editing might have made it something else so I left it as is and that’s what you hear now.” – Super Duper
Super Duper is touring with both Kasbo and Petit Biscuit this fall. Find his tour dates below, and purchase tickets for Kasbo here, and Petit Biscuit here.
Upcoming Tour Dates:
10/25 – Austin, TX – Emo’s
10/26 – Houston, TX – Warehouse Live
10/27 – Dallas, TX – Deep Ellum Art. Co
10/31 – New Orleans, LA – Republic
11/1 – Atlanta, GA – Terminal West
11/2 – Nashville, TN – Exit In
11/3 – Charlotte, NC – The Underground
11/4 – Charlottesville, VA – Jefferson Theatre
With Petit Biscuit:
11/5 – San Diego, CA – The Obsersvatory North Park