Today, producer, DJ, and modular synthesist Lubelski releases his wide-reaching 16-track Happy Accidents remix album, out now via Dirtybird Records.

In the year following the release of Lubelski’s sophomore album Happy Accidents, the modular synth maestro has stepped into the spotlight as a left-of-center champion in the studio and behind the decks. Now, the LA-based artist dons his curatorial cap to deliver a multi-genre masterpiece with the official Happy Accidents remix album. Highlighting mainstays and rising acts across the electronic music spectrum, the remix album is a testament to the widespread  support Happy Accidents has received since its release.

Kicking off the remix album, German innovator Roman Flügel delivers a left-field interpretation of ‘Asylum’. UK selector Skream offers not one but two dynamic flips of Lubelski, Claude VonStroke and Life on Planets’ ‘Ice Cream Cone’, bringing fast-paced percussion with his ‘909 Mix’ balanced by the off-kilter rhythms with his ‘Modular Mix’. Atlanta-based underground icon Nikki Nair twists ‘Satisfied’ into an out of character, French electro-inspired remix flush with shiny strings and disco chops. Berlin-based house artist Yulia Niko adds a sultry melodic edge to ‘Dreaming’.

The collection swerves into the global underground with a hot and heavy rendition of ‘Macrodose’ from new-age techno riser AK Sports and Black Loops’ two version deconstruction of ‘Diffuser’. Fast-rising producer Mary Droppinz raises the energy with her robust percussive-heavy remix on WDYDTTYD’, while Dallas-based producer Red Eye reimagines the same track with interstellar stylings.

The remix album continues with rising Dirtybird favorite Danny Goliger, who puts his unique left-field spin on ‘Just The Way’. LA-bred techno wunderkind PILO inserts a touch of IDM, with sporadic breaks chops and flayed pads across his 7-minute cut of ‘Hey Kid I’m A Broken Computer’. LA-based underground house act RYBO flips ‘Diffuser’ into an intoxicating earworm, flipping the original with heavier tones and effervescent synthwork.

Miami-based talent Troy Kurtz harnesses the late night rave energy with his rhythmic take on ‘You Keep Me Up Late’ while Queens-born, Berlin-based music-maker WhereIsFenix adds a stripped back stomper, making quick use of heavy drums with his remix of ‘Satisfied’. Closing out the remix album, rising European sweetheart Maxinne elevates ‘Out Of Phase’ into a crisp percussion-heavy house heater with a touch of psychedelia.

When asked about the remix album, Lubelski said, “I’m very grateful to have had the opportunity to put this remix album together. It feels especially powerful to have some of my closest friends on this remix album alongside artists that I’ve idolized for as long as I can remember. Each artist took their time and pushed themselves to create something unique. We were able to bridge so many different genres, spaces, and styles but it still came out feeling cohesive.”