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Lubelski – Synth City EP on Black Book Records

Release: Synth City EP by Lubelski

A stunning House release by: Lubelski

Release Cover: Synth City EP Download Free on Electrobuzz
MIX ARTIST: DJ Minx

LABEL: Black Book Records
CATALOG: BB68B
GENRE/STYLE: House
RELEASED: 2024-01-12
AUDIO BITRATE: 836Kbps
MP3 DOWNLOAD SIZE: 92.96 MBMB

Tracklist, Music Genre, and Tempo:

Total Tracks: 3

  1. Lubelski – Synth City

    Genre: House | Duration: (08:01) | Key: 09A, BPM: 77

  2. Lubelski – Tear the Roof Off (Extended Mix)

    Genre: House | Duration: (02:59) | Key: 02B, BPM: 130

  3. Lubelski – Synth City (DJ Minx Extended Remix)

    Genre: House | Duration: (03:46) | Key: 10A, BPM: 128

Total Playtime: 00:14:46 min


Experience “Synth City” by Lubelski | Official Music Video on YouTube

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Lubelski brings the modular jam to Black Book Records with ‘Synth City EP’. Percussive, eclectic beats and analog funk swarm the three-track record, showcasing the synthesist’s signature playfulness and embodying the pulse of the dance floor. The project transcends the gap between mainstream and underground with support from vinyl-digging heads like Liquid Earth to mainstage titans like Claude VonStroke, Benny Benassi, Vintage Culture, Jamie Jones, Paco Osuna, and many more. DJ Minx, a respected legend of the Detroit club scene herself, throws in a slunk back, heads-down-hands-up rework straight from the streets of the D–primed and ready for peak time. Lubelski’s productions, repeatedly earning the attention of key selectors in the scene, can be found on the regular at Melé’s Club Bad, Mikey Lion’s Desert Hearts, and Claude VonStroke’s Dirtybird Records. His Black Book debut hits all stores on Friday, January 12th.

“I wrote ‘Synth City’ in the Spring of 2022 during a period of highs and lows, bouncing between playing parties and marathon sessions in the studio. It was just one of those tracks where everything fell into place on its own. I jammed it out, chopped it up, and arranged it all in the same night. It felt like an enigma and I instantly knew I wouldn’t be able to easily recreate something like this. It’s one of my favorite tunes I’ve ever written.

‘Tear the Roof Off’ came around much later. It’s another tune where I was just goofing around and being silly in the studio. The lyrics are an homage to Parliament Funkadelic. I wanted it to be big and pumping with a rave energy built for big systems and energetic dance floors.” – Lubelski

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