The Polish Ambassador
The man in the yellow jumpsuit and founder of Jumpsuit Records comes from as humble of beginnings as any.
Since releasing his first EP Diplomatic Immunity in 2005 David Sugalski has stayed true to his roots, using Ableton Live to consistently dish out unprecedented electro-pop/glitch jams, though it is difficult to pigeonhole the multi-genre master to a single classification.
As his sound has evolved his digital mastery has become even more apparent. The release of his latest EP Pushing Through The Pavement has succeeded in outselling all albums on Bandcamp in the “paid” category despite his “name your own price” approach to providing music.
Stage presence and fan friendly demeanor are what truly sets him apart.
Highly engaging on social media, The Polish Ambassador has established a community known as “The Polish Ambassador Family” which is as dedicated to his work as the hardcore bassheads are to their respective genre.
Self described as “a diplomat for a new paradigm rooted in creative joy, radical self-expression, and ecological principles,” The Ambassador has made his music about much more than churning out pure works of art.
His unparalleled stage presence is indicative of someone who truly puts their soul in to the creation of their music. Add the mind-bending live art installations provided by Liminus, blazing instrumental accompaniment of brass horn guru saQi, and hauntingly beautiful vocals of Ayla Nereo and the Jumpsuit Records family puts on a show that you will carry with you to the grave.
For what it is worth, his set at CounterPoint 2014 was hands down the best live musical performance I have ever experienced and I have had the good fortune of taking in many festivals and shows spanning countless genres.