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RYBO Remixes Lubelski’s ‘Diffuser’ via DIRTYBIRD


Something special happened when LA-based producer / DJ Lubelski’s ‘Happy Accidents‘ LP was released into the world at the end of 2021. Clubland opened its doors wide, left-of-center modular soundscapes permeated its dancefloors, and some of the most prominent artists in the world cranked the tunes from sunup to sundown. In its wake, a madman synth-nerd stepped into the spotlight and the next chapter of Lubelski’s sometimes silly, always thoughtful, and never predictable performances took over DJ booths far and wide. 

Now Lubelski shifts his attention to curating the Happy Accidents Remix LP with the same care and rejection of the rules that the original represented. He’s tapped some of his foremost inspirations like Roman Flugel and Skream, underground icons du jour Nikki Nair, AK Sports, and Black Loops, super-risers Yulia Niko, Maxinne, and Mary Droppinz, plus some of his best buds in the studio and beyond like PILO, Troy Kurtz, Danny Golliger, RYBO, Whereisfenix, and Red Eye.

This is the type of multi-genre, no holds barred, smack-you-over-the-head curation that anyone who’s caught a Lubelski set over the last year knows well. Fun, credible and creative – it’s a party baby.

If there’s anyone who knows how to throw the dance floor into complete mayhem, it’s Los Angeles-based DJ RYBO. The young, up-and-coming house prodigy has been a staple member of the Desert Hearts family for the past few years, taking part in not only the festival itself, but also a number of one-off parties, showcases, and City Hearts tour stops. With every performance, his reputation proceeds him as he’s able to bring forth a legendary amount of energy and infectious spirit behind the decks that are primed for late-night debauchery. The artist has also collaborated on a number of tracks with underground house talents Anabel Englund, Mikey Lion, Kevin Anderson and Matt Ossentjuk. With more performances and music in sight, expect to see RYBO elevating himself to new heights in the months to come.

“Lubelski and I are longtime friends, business partners and creators. It’s been nothing but fun and a really unique creative relationship between our production styles. I was super stoked when asked me to remix ‘Diffuser’ as it’s one of my favorite tracks off his album. I took a minimal approach on my remix adding a new bassline and keeping his modular riffs the centerpiece of the track.”


RYBO was a fan and supporter of the original, and a natural fit to contribute to the remix album. You can check out RYBO remix on Data Transmission and grab the whole remix album here.

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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