Flickers at The Station
Drawing room 7/10 New York free-noise practitioner gets mellow
Lubelski’s list of credits, either as studio engineer or bass player/violinist, is as impressive as it is wide, spanning Thurston Moore, Fiery Furnaces, MV & EE, Oneida and heaps of others. She’s also been part of Moore’s Chelsea Light Moving project, a further extension of her avant-garde tendencies. This latest solo venture (in conjunction with German collective Metabolismus) is delicately pitched between dream-pop and improvised drones, her pillowy voice backed by arpeggio’d guitar, organs and itchy synthetics. “Black Dots” is a standout, while the freefloating “Impositions” feels like some distant relative of Felt or The Pastels.