Deep Pill’s long anticipated vinyl debut comes in the form of the Sub Dural Frequency EP. Following a string of highly coveted, limited cassette releases on Ascetic House, the notoriously reclusive producer D. Pupillo presents his most malicious statement to date. Three expansive, hi-fidelity tracks, soaked in acid, written in isolation and anxiety. This EP feels massive, and as such, only works to reinforce how small we all truly are in comparison. These are the frequencies and sounds pulsating from the mind of someone who always feels alone in a crowded room. Techno music for people who hate parties.