186-SR Ricardo Diaz – “Delta” / “Linear State” | Stripped Recordings

Next on Stripped Recordings we head over to Mexico City and the debut release of Ricardo Diaz who is studying studio engineering under the guidance of Hugo Ibarra (one half of Natural Flow). Two tracks are featured here both which have been road tested to great response by the aforementioned Natural Flow. “Delta” & “Linear State” are strong indicators that this is a producer to watch.

185-SR James Dixon (feat. Kamal Imani) – Cosmic Being (Kastis Torrau Remix) | Stripped Recordings

James Dixon (feat. Kamal Imani)  “Cosmic Being” (Kastis Torrau Remix) 185-SR | Stripped Recordings Available @ Beatport: https://www.beatport.com/release/cosmic-being-featuring-kamal-imani-kastis-torrau-remix/1791640  Following his debut release “Tales From The Woods EP” https://www.beatport.com/release/tales-from-the-woods-ep/1708802 Brighton music …

177-SD Phonic Scoupe | Grudge: The Remixes EP | Stripped Recordings

Lithuanian duo Phonic Scoupe return centre stage to Stripped Recordings as we revsit a track from their 2014 album “Seven Sins” which was the only one not to receive the remix treatment until now. We have four remixes to present to you and it’s a pretty strong package even if we say so ourselves. Dmitry Molosh, Simos Tagias, Futur-E, and Lateral Cut Groove deliver the goods admirably here we’re sure you’ll all agree.

(08.2015) strippedcast 007: Norman H

Better late than never the seventh strippedcast is here and we are back to the normal two hour broadcast. August’s mix is again heavily influenced by the summer with music spanning electronica, deep, tech, progressive house with a smattering of techno.I hope as always you enjoy the mix and we’ll be back for more in September.

033SO Drogo | All Beak & No Action / Pablo Do Bad | Stripped Off

Stripped Off introduces Drogo to the family with this Techno double header “All Beak & No Action” & “Pablo Do Bad”. Drogo aka Adam Kent was born in Durban, South Africa. He started clubbing at the age of 15, going to Plymouths Scream nights at The Warehouse and was heavily influenced at the time by the likes of Sasha, John Digweed and Carl Cox who all made regular appearances there.