Chemical Surf and their fellow Brazilians Mevil and Enigmix have teamed up for a new release on Dim Mak’s House imprint – A Good One. The result is a hypnotizing single “Bad For U,” featuring a driving bassline, rhythmic kick drums, and synths, alongside sultry vocals. As the weather heats up and parties really start to kick off, “Bad For U” is bound to be in heavy rotation on dance floors around the globe. It follows Chemical Surf’s recent track “KIDS” with Jetlag Music., which dropped on Spinnin’ Records last month, as well as their latest Dim Mak release – “Dale Loca” with Anna Marchesini from October 2022.
“‘Bad For U’ is a secret weapon in our sets since we made it. It’s making big crowds dance and also working very well in the clubs, and that’s why we are playing this song everywhere. Finally, it’s time to share it with the world. When we received the first idea from Mevil and Enigmix, we felt it could be something special. We worked on all the drums, build-up, construction of the track, and some details on the synths, and also mixed and mastered it later by ourselves. After that, we all were very happy with the result.” — Chemical Surf
“This is my 2nd collab with Enigmix and my 3rd with Chemical Surf. I was looking for a groovy song, so he sent me the vocals, and I got hyped since the first play on it. Then I just put the vocal on FL Studio, and 2 hours later, the main idea of the song was done.” — Mevil
“After Mevil sent me the main idea, I added a few synths and improved the whole groove of the song, and we decided to reach out to Chemical Surf for a collab :)” — Enigmix
Brazilian brother duo Luca and Hugo Sanches are together behind Chemical Surf which has become known for their high energy and rhythmic style. They have recently worked with Kaskade, Steve Aoki and put their own spin on MEDUZA’s “Tell It To My Heart” and many others. Prior to releasing on Dim Mak, Chemical Surf’s music has found a home on labels such as Spinnin’ Records, STMPD RCRDS, Musical Freedom, Armada, Sony, and Warner, to name a few. Chemical Surf challenges the electronic music status quo by breaking the lines between genres. With high musical sensibility. Keep an eye out for more coming from these talented rising stars very soon.