The madman named Lubelski just dropped his first belter of a single “Asylum” ahead of his upcoming album called Happy Accidents. With the release on DIRTYBIRD he is kicking off a tour at the outer fringes of the North American dancefloor.
Part raver, part electrical engineer, part nonconformist party-starter, Lubelski has spent the last decade rising on his own terms. Always straddling underground sensibilities and danceable sound design, Jake remains a rarity in a space polarized by fun-havers and chin-strokers. His forward-thinking production know-all has earned him access to premiere imprints like Damian Lazarus’ Crosstown Rebels, Audiojack’s Gruuv, Mikey Lion’s Desert Hearts, and Melé’s Club Bad, all the while running his PERCOMANIACS Records alongside RYBO and Wyatt Marshall.
“I think this track really embodies the whole idea behind the album pretty well. A small part of one of my modular jams that I just messed around with until it turned into something else entirely. I didn’t create this song with any preconceived ideas, just a conversation with my rig that ended as a Happy Accident” – Lubelski
Through it all, Claude VonStroke has championed him first as an artist to watch, then one to cherish, releasing breakthrough tracks like “Animalistic” and “Lost My Senses” that have helped define the next generation of DIRTYBIRD soundscapes. Then in the heat of lockdowns, banished from the booth, Claude offered Lubelski a live modular-jam show on the label’s Twitch channel that would forever change the way he made music. For marathon stretches each week, Lubelski would get lost in the bleeps and bloops of modular synth oddities, letting the randomness of the machines take control, and showing off a side of his personality that few had seen before. It was here that Claude offered Jake his debut DIRTYBIRD album and where the Happy Accidents concept took form.
With the help of his own official Twitch partnership channel and a dedicated group of fans, Lubelski spent six weeks jamming and recording the leftfield modular samples that would become the bedrock of the project. Another month later he would have the most wide-reaching yet cohesive body of work he had ever created. An erratic, eclectic, and club ready moment in time captured in amber and ready to rave.
Lubelski’s Phase 1 ‘Happy Accidents’ Album Tour Dates
11/12 – Boston, MA – Royale*
11/13 – Philadelphia, PA – The Avenue*
11/19 – Washington, DC – Echostage*
11/20 – Atlanta, GA – District*
11/26 – Fresno, CA – Fulton 55
11/27 – Los Angeles, CA – Sound Nightclub
12/3 – San Francisco, CA – Monarch
12/9 – Santa Barbara, CA – EOS Lounge
*with Claude VonStroke
More Dates TBA
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- Ivoryghost Takes a Haunting Spin for “Our Love”
- Party Favor & Elohim Get Together for “Losing My Mind”
- Lubelski Drops First Single “Asylum” Ahead of ‘Happy Accidents’ Album
- Lupa Releases Stunning New Single “Darkness” to Prelude Forthcoming EP
- Afrojack Drops Dancefloor Friendly Remix of Nicky Romero’s “Okay” with MARF ft. Wulf
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