After not recording a mix for almost four years to the day (MMXI – Stripped Recordings) I thought it was about time for a regular mix series. So without further ado here’s the first “strippedcast”. Enjoy x
Back in November 2013 we celebrated eight years of strippedmuzikclub with a rather special dj mix compilation from Dibby Dougherty. Now you can enjoy both mixes in full courtesy of these video’s put together Predrag Lv who we’d like to thank for this plus the many other videos he puts together for our releases across the four labels.
2014 has been a special year for Justas Dzim & Tadas King better known as Lithuanian production duo Phonic Scoupe who have released a plethora of dancefloor gems including a …
Slumber (Oona Dahl & Amber Cox) took centre stage on Beatport Live to perform a b2b set in Denver before playing at Beta Nightclub later the same night. The duo who released “Lost In Paradise” on Stripped Off, Will be following up with the “No Sleep” EP featuring two new originals “No Face” and “No Sleep”, with remixes from Justin Steel & Roland Westlake. Oona Dahl who had her solo EP “HEAR.FEEL.HEAL.REPEAT” on Stripped Recordings has her second release coming up in May with “Somewhere We Can Go” featuring remixes one the track taken from the EP release. Tini Tun, Michael A and Phonic Scoupe are on remixes plus there is the additional bonus of a new Original entitiled “Twisted”.
“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 (http://www.thisisprogressive.com/reviews-wehavetogoback/)
“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
So now here is Joelle Atkins with her brand new mix “Big Open Space” which 100% features tracks from the strippedmuzikclub stable and includes her brand new single “Way Out There” set for release this summer and already supported by Hernan Cattaneo. Plus a brand new remix hot off the press for the forthcoming Snow In Madrid single “Atlantis” which is due in April on Stripped Digital.
Slumber make their debut this week on Stripped Off with their “Lost In Paradise” single. Here the duo hit us up with a live mix from “Kats In Space” recorded on January 18, 2014. This mix features another of the duo’s (Oona Dahl & Amber Cox) forthcoming singles “No Sleep”.
Introducing Oona Dahl dj / producer out of Mountain Meadows, Colorado USA who is also one half of Slumber (with Amber Cox) serves up this promotional mix ahead of the release of her solo EP “HEAR.FEEL.HEAL.REPEAT” on Stripped Recordings in March 2014. This will be preceded by Slumber’s “Lost In Paradise” on Stripped Off on January 29,2014.
Introducing female dj / production duo Slumber to the strippedmuzikclub family in 2014. The girls have a single due for release on Stripped Off enititled “Lost In Paradise” on January 29,2014. Oona Dahl has a solo six track EP “HEAR.FEEL.HEAL.REPEAT” due for release on Stripped Recordings on March 10. The album will be preceded by a single release “Somewhere We Can Go” which will feature remixes TBA and a bonus track “Twisted” which will see the light of day in the spring.
India’s largest clubbing & dance music publication Euphoric Magazine have awarded us the Album Of The Month slot for the 8th Anniversary compilation put together by Dibby Dougherty “We Have To Go Back” on Stripped Recordings.