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Naked Music

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Founder  Blue Six
Founded  1992
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Headquarters  New York City, New York, United States

Naked Music is a dance music record label, centered in San Francisco and New York City. It is known for smooth signature deep house and downtempo. It began life as a production company in New York, in 1992, when founders Dave Boonshoft and Jay Denes scored underground success with releases on indies such as Francois Kevorkian’s Wave Music, and UK’s XL Recordings. A string of high-profile remixes followed with artists as diverse as Sade, Kelis, Maxwell and Britney Spears. Blue Six is the alias of producer Jay Denes, whose debut album, Beautiful Tomorrow, delivered a mix of deep house, soulful pop, and smooth jazz. In 1998 the production company became a true record label. It was distributed by Astralwerks Records.


Naked music session


  • Lisa Shaw
  • Blue Six (aka Jay Denes)
  • Gaelle Adisson
  • Aya (aka Lysa Aya Trenier)
  • Aquanote
  • Eric Stamile
  • Miguel Migs
  • Monique Bingham
  • Guy Malul
  • Nude Dimensions series

  • Nude Dimensions Vol. 1 (1999)
  • Nude Dimensions Vol. 2 (2000)
  • Nude Dimensions Vol. 3 (2001)
  • Midnight Snack series

  • Midnight Snack (2000)
  • Carte Blanche series

  • Carte Blanche Vol. 1 (2000)
  • Carte Blanche Vol. 2 (2000)
  • Carte Blanche Vol. 3 (2002)
  • Bare Essentials series

  • Bare Essentials Vol. 1 (2000)
  • Bare Essentials Vol. 2 (2003)
  • Nude Tempo series

  • Nude Tempo One by Miguel Migs (2002)
  • Lost On Arrival series

  • Lost On Arrival (2003)
  • Studio albums

  • Beautiful Tomorrow by Blue Six (2002)
  • The Pearl by Aquanote (2002)
  • Colorful You by Miguel Migs (2002)
  • Strange Flower by Aya (2004)
  • Transient by Gaelle (2004)
  • Cherry by Lisa Shaw (2005)
  • Aquarian Angel by Blue Six (2007)
  • Re-Creation by Naked Music NYC (2008)
  • Noesis by Blue Six (2010)
  • Signs and Wonders by Blue Six [2014]
  • References

    Naked Music Wikipedia