The Superfreq label has returned in 2013 after a 7 year gap and it seems, is looking to make up for lost time with some killer music re-launching the imprint. Mr.Cs Im Gonna Give You Some is already picking up support from the likes of Art Department, Dubfire, Danny Howells & Soul Clap and is just a taster for his forthcoming album Smell the Coffee. Now joining the Superfreq team is Chicago born, New Yorker Jordan Lieb, a producer who has featured on labels such as Poker Flat, My Favorite Robot and Scissor & Thread. Lieb is an Emmy award winning TV writer and produces and engineers for numerous artists but with the launch of his Black Light Smoke moniker in 2010 he very much came into his own. Liebs first single for Superfreq kicks off with title track Dear Suzanne a twisted and inventive slice of left field techno that brings together chiming melodies, wailing vocal FX and tight drum programming with a haunting and intense pitch split vocal, quality stuff. The second of the four tracks on offer sees Lieb offer up No Shake, a pulsing old school techno affair with a sparse and startling arrangement paired with a filtered acidic B-line and a heavily effected Hammond organ line. Dreams From the Ghetto is the third of the package with its super wonky vocal edits and mutated melodies offering a perfect 6AM anthem. The final cut is a track called I Want Dirty & does what is says on the tin will it's filthy jacking acid attitude. Jordan Lieb's debut for Superfreq is undoubtedly an accomplished record and is surely the start of a great relationship, enjoy!