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Ali X (Alphonse from Azari & III) ), Theus Mago and Ximena combined on seductive five tracker ‘Let’s Get Naked’ last November, they were joined by Berlin-based Curses (who took care of remix duties on the title cut). The steamy lead also got a hypnotic rework from main man Fausto, which before today had yet to see the daylight. This week, as a gift to Club Turbo, our online community, we’re making this entrancing remix available to members only. More

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Following on from the salacious ‘Let’s Get Naked’ EP, Ali X, Theus Mago and Ximena come together once more to rinse the latest episode of Radio Turbo. Strap yourself in and enjoy the ride. More

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This release – a collaboration between Ali X (Alphonse from Azari & III) and Mexico’s Theus Mago – turns the heat up all the way to “ON” and just leaves it there. The lyrical content of the title track would lead many to use descriptors like “sexy,” “sleazy,” and “steamy like you wouldn’t even believe,” and while the music also bears that out it’s important to remember not to stigmatize something that almost everyone does at least a couple of times a week. “Vision,” meanwhile, offers the perfect B-side accompaniment, a sci-fi techno workout where you don’t even have to think about sex if you don’t want to. More

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This release – a collaboration between Ali X (Alphonse from Azari & III) and Mexico’s Theus Mago – turns the heat up all the way to “ON” and just leaves it there. The lyrical content of the title track would lead many to use descriptors like “sexy,” “sleazy,” and “steamy like you wouldn’t even believe,” and while the music also bears that out it’s important to remember not to stigmatize something that almost everyone does at least a couple of times a week. “Vision,” meanwhile, offers the perfect B-side accompaniment, a sci-fi techno workout where you don’t even have to think about sex if you don’t want to. More

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