Lubelski Heads to Dirtybird with ‘Lost My Senses’


Percomaniacs boss Lubelski lands on Dirtybird with a fresh two-track minimal house release called Lost My Senses that will melt your mind.

While the music industry continues to struggle with the current state of the world, it hasn’t stopped Lubelski from continuing his rise in dominance of the house music scene. In fact, 2020 may just be one of the best years that he’s had yet with the release of his debut album The Universal Groove earlier this year along with multiple EPs including At Night and Back To The Place I Miss. Lubelski has also continued to impress with stunners on his label Percomaniacs and plenty of showcases along the way.

Now, Lubelski has further added to his legacy in the scene by joining the Dirtybird flock with a new, two-track EP called Lost My Senses. Focused on the sound of minimal house, both tracks on the release feature robotic, spacey sounds that thrust listeners into a futuristic setting and drive them forward into a hazy horizon. These modular tracks will melt your mind as they toy with your senses and have your feet move the moment that the groovy basslines kick in, making for a perfect escape from the madness we’re all experiencing.

Lost My Senses is a deep dive into that feeling of mania, I’m sure we’ve all felt a bit of during this pandemic. I put the title track together in a way that jumps from collected and jolly to deranged and nonsensical, to really embellish in that descent into madness. Broken Motor is a bit of the same and was an attempt at embodying that things keep moving even when you feel it isn’t working. I couldn’t get my synth to work the way I wanted to and so it turned into that monstrous bass stab you can hear bellowing through the song.


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