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SECRETSUNDAZE EASTER SPECIAL!

secretsundaze Easter Special!
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SECRETSUNDAZE EASTER SPECIAL!



Written by Don't Panic
28 Friday 28th March 2014
Secretsundaze, the original East London house and techno innovators, party collective and record label go from strength-to-strength as they announce their first party of their 13th season in London, at Electric, Brixton on Easter Thursday.
 
A strong musical backbone and the vision of it's founders and resident DJs James Priestley & Giles Smith has allowed them to stay both relevant and popular through it's history, forging a reputation of breaking new talent as well as showcasing some of the most revered artists in their field. In fact, as house music is further transcending its original boundaries and is becoming more relevant than ever, a new wave of house influenced artists are referencing secretsundaze as their inspiration.
 
The party returns to South London for their annual Easter Special at Electric. After sell out shows there with Nina Kraviz last Spring and Levon Vincent this NYE, they come with a typically heritage-meets-cutting-edge line-up that'll make it a must go to event for any discerning house and techno fan alike.

There's a jaw-dropping line-up and it's being held suitably grand setting of Electric, Brixton. Early bird tickets sold out, but you can get 2nd release tickets through Resident Advisor.
 

 

 

 

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