When it comes to the next generation of house music artists and flag bearers of rave culture there are few out there who bring a sense of creativity and style to the fold like Lubelski. A Los Angeles native bred in the eclectic corners of SoCal – Jake Lubell has cultivated an unmistakable sound of his own, repeatedly earning the attention of some of the world’s most famed selectors and curators. Lubelski remains loyal to the wonkiness of the West Coast rave-scene that raised him, yet navigates the studio and booth alike with an elevated sense of songwriting far beyond his years. On his latest, the Percomaniacs label-head gives a fresh re-work to Ali Love, Nicky Night Time and Breakbot’s “Ubiquity” This remix takes the listener to dark dance floors with vibrating delayed baselines, twisting arps, and widened chords that spotlight the hypnotizing vocals.
Part electrical engineer, part multi-instrumentalist studio kid, Jake Lubell has synthesized a knack for percussive, eclectic beats into a guiding beacon for analog obsessed producers worldwide Through a decade of dedication to self-taught musical exploration and a keen understanding of late nights on the dancefloor, this talent on the verge has emerged as one of North America’s most promising forces.
Interview With Lubelski
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