Renaissance Live | Norman H – Palace Ballroom.Southend | 15.04.2001

One from the vault part of a warm up set i did for a Renaissance party at the old Palace Ballroom in Southend-On-Sea, Essex back in April 2001 Anthony Pappa was headling and promoting the release of the first Global Underground: Nu Breed compilation. This recording features my first three productions alongside Gary Dubbs as Stripped Inc which found favour with the likes of John Digweed, Deep Dish, Danny Tenaglia, Nick Warren, Slam amongst others plus Hidden “Krystal” went on to be included on Sander Klienenberg’s Global Underground: Nu Breed album.

134-HM Oki Noki | Free Your Body EP | Hype Muzik

Essex, England is our port of call for release #134 on Hype Muzik. Presenting Oki Noki and his first full release for us after a string of excellent remixes for us on Stripped Recordings & Stripped Digital as well as Hype Muzik of course. This EP entitled “Free Your Body” features 3 brand new Original tracks with his customary Acid disco feel picking up support from the likes of Maceo Plex & Danny Tenaglia amongst others.

149-SD Omar El Gamal | Control / No Drama | Stripped Digital

Omar El Gamal has been making wavs over the last 2 years with his tracks regularly getting support from the likes of Hernan Cattaneo. This is Omar’s return to the strippedmuzikclub fold almost 2 years after his first release on our Hype Muzik imprint “Plan 100 EP”. The new release is a two tracker “Control” (which featured on Hernan Cattaneo’s Resident Podcast on Feb 22) and “No Drama”.

FREE STREAM & DOWNLOAD: We Have To Go Back (8 yrs of strippedmuzikclub) | Compiled & Mixed By Dibby Dougherty | Stripped Recordings

“Over the last 25 years of listening to dance music compilation CDs, the ones for me that stand out aren’t filled with hits. They are the ones where a little care and attention has been taken to the contents, where the music is the defining factor and not the headline name. Its the small details which can make or break these albums and this one has all the star qualities in spades. With the holiday season fast approaching, do yourselves and your dance music loving friends a favour and buy this album. You won’t be disappointed.” – Simon Huxable – THIS IS PROGRESSIVE (

“Dibby has very intelligently planned and arranged in such a way that it gives you a fresh feel with proportionate variations within the mix which keeps you interested” – EUPHORIC MAGAZINE (INDIA) Album Of The Month

“…the labels deserve praise for it’s massive contribution and enduring hardwork & dedication towards releasing quality electronic music for nearly a decade” – Darin Epsilon – TILLATE MAGAZINE

009-SRLP We Have To Go Back | compiled & mixed by Dibby Dougherty | Stripped Recordings

Legendary dance music magazine Mixmag christened Dibby Dougherty as someone to “Keep An Eye On” in 2012 and its not difficult to see why. The last couple of years have been exceptional for the youthful Irishman, his music has featured on honored record labels such as Bedrock, Renaissance, Parquet, Sudbeat, Natura Sonoris, Paradigma, DAR, Espai Music, Manual Records as well as Stripped Recordings.
In September 2012 made his debut on Stripped Recordings when he brought his track “The Black Smoke” (recorded alongside fellow Irishman David Young) from Parquet Recordings (which was originally released in the summer 2011). Soon after Dibby (whilst on a round the world trip) approached label boss Norman H about putting together a mix complilation using the comprehensive back catalogue of the stables Original three labels Stripped Recordings, Stripped Digital & Hype Muzik. Just over one year later and the fruits of his exceptional efforts are now here for all to hear as he takes us on a musical journey of two mixes and 49 tracks (the album includes one previously unreleased track not included in the mixes).

001SOLP Various Artists | The Collection – Volume 1.0 “Originals” – Compiled By Norman H | Stripped Off

The first compilation from strippedmuzikclub’s newest label Stripped Off features 21 tracks all Originals crossing the genres from Electronica through to Techno via Deep and Tech House. The these tracks have been supported by Richie Hawtin, Laurent Garnier, Hernan Cattaneo, John Digweed, James Zabiela, Daniel Avery, Danny Tenaglia, Kevin Saunderson, Slam, DJ T, Dubfire, Mark Knight, Roger Sanchez, Chris Fortier, Cristian Varela, Matt Walsh, Erick Morillo, Martin Garcia, Soundexile, Hin_Self_Her, Grant Nelson, Nick Muir, Terry Francis, Ian O’Donovan, Omid 16b, Anthony Pappa & more.