024SO Roland WestLake | Elm Street Boogie | Stripped Off

Making his full debut on the 24th release on Stripped Off is London, Hungarian born based producer Roland WestLake. Roland has also just been announced as the winner of the Ministry Of Sound competition and will be performing two sets at the club on the same night in the 103 bar & Loft areas.

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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 (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

136-SD qoob featuring Amber Long | Australia | Stripped Digital

Here we have the 136th release on Stripped Digital and it’s a match made in heaven as we present the second release from Russian production duo qoob (Kirill Andreev & Eugene Maltsev) who describe themselves as a “duo from planet earth, sound from outer space”. Their first release came in January this year, the self titled EP was released on Stripped Recordings (Here: http://www.beatport.com/release/qoob-ep/1021564). Now the duo team up with Canadian songstress Amber Long to bring us “Australia”. As well as the Original we have three remixes provided by Stas Drive, Napalm & d-phrag (who’s mix was charted by Hernan Cattaneo this month (Sept Chart: http://www.hernancattaneo.com/charts-2/2013-2/september-2013/) and Aman.