here comes the Secretsundaze summer season

opening party at Studio 338, and Bussey Building in Greenwich

With just over a week to go the anticipation is building for the Secretsundaze summer season opening party! The much-loved London collective will be throwing a mammoth 2-part day and night shin dig, starting at Studio 338 (Formerly THAT Club) in Greenwich on Sunday 5th May.

Famed for bringing nothing but genre-busting underground house music and good vibes, Secretsundaze are also well known for selecting the finest outdoor venues to host their events. The venue choice for Sunday is no exception and punters are in for a treat, with Studio 338 boasting an outdoor heated terrace with a capacity of 700. Let's just pray the heaters aren't needed!

In the evening the party heads over to Peckham's beloved Bussey Building. Formerly a weapons factory and world war two air raid shelter, the Bussey is now home to an eclectic array of art events, music, theatre, spoken word and everything in between thanks to the creative input of CLF Art Café. Last year Secretsundaze held their daytime party on the rooftop which offers 360 degree views of the city. This year they move the event indoors, expect to be partying in a warehouse type environment with a difference. Unlike some warehouse spaces who have a soullessness about their minimalistic look and feel, the Bussey is packed with character and feels as intimate as partying in someone's front room.

On the musical front line we have Derrick May busting some Detroit grooves during the day, as well as Soundstream and Midland – one of the UK's most forward-thinking talents at the moment.

Nightime sees XDB and Skudge Records
Jared Wilson ensuring feet are still moving with some exceptional after party vibes. Both parts will be graced by Secretsundaze honchos Giles Smith and James Priestly.

Part 1: 2pm - 10.30pm @ Studio 338, Greenwich
Derrick May, Soundstream - live, Midland, James Priestley, Giles Smith

Part 2: 10pm - 5am @ Bussey Building, Peckham
XDB, Jared Wilson, Giles Smith, James Priestley

To buy tickets click here.

article by: Carrie Tang

published: 26/04/2013 11:17