Though he didn’t found the label, Miguel Migs’ productions (beneath the Petalpusher and L’isha aliases in addition to his own name) gained probably the most fame for Naked Music, the home label formed by manufacturer Jay Denes (aka Naked Music NYC). The template for Nude Music — audible since its initial discharge, Petalpusher’s “Breaking It Down” — is normally smooth, refined, organic home music, a lot more chilled than mainstream home and surprisingly melody- and musician-oriented for typical within the dance globe. (Also a contributor to building the Nude Music brand was Stuart Patterson’s incredible artwork; probably the most instantly identifiable relationship of sound and visible since Designers Republic first designed a Warp sleeve.) Migs, blessed Miguel Steward, was raised in Santa Cruz and was playing electric guitar in an area reggae band called Zion Noises when he started producing by himself. He released his initial record (the Mercury Lounge EP) in 1998 on La Casa, and his mellow home tracks began turning up in DJ models on the Western world Coastline; a bastion of chilled home because of pioneering mixers like Tag Farina. Jay Denes, who got already created a full-length as Nude Music NYC (distributed with the like-minds at San Francisco’s OM), asked Migs to lead the first discharge to his brand-new Nude Music label (shaped with Dave Boonshoft) as well as the outcomes earned notice through the entire dance community. While Nude Music began focus on some well-received compilations (Nude Measurements, Carte Blanche), Migs created for brands including Yoshitoshi, Huge Music, and NRK, sometimes in tandem with DJ Rasoul (as Nite Supply). He also blended a few Nude Music compilations, including 2000’s Nude Measurements: Petalpusher Periods and 2002’s Nude Tempo One. His initial full production record, Colorful You, made an appearance past due in 2002 within a distribution cope with Astralwerks.