Secretsundaze opening party happens this Sunday

at London's Studio 338, and Corsica Studios

London underground party collective Secretsundaze are back for their annual summer opener, this Sunday 4th May at Studio 338 in Greenwich. The huge, Ibiza-esque dipped terrace will play host to the first half of proceedings, where head honchos James Priestly and Giles Smith will be playing alongside a line-up of cherry-picked underground house and techno DJs.

Headliner Rolando made his mark with 'Knights Of The Jaguar' on the Underground Resistance label, he now frequents the likes of Berghain and has since released on their Ostgut Ton imprint. Secretsundaze debutant and Radio 1 DJ Mosca will be joining Rolando, delivering some deep and moody techno beats as he shimmies away from his UK roots. Strength Music's very own DJ Qu will be bringing a darker edge with a soulful infusion, all the way across the pond from NYC. Peckham boy Wbeeza Beeza will be returning to the decks at Secretsundaze for a live set. He'll soon be dropping his new EP on own label Peckham Fly, having already released several homegrown releases heavily influenced and inspired by his south London surroundings.

The second half of the soiree will move to Corsica Studios, where two rooms will provide an intimate setting for the last part of the party. Room 1 sees up and coming talent Amir Alexander set the vibe with Ostgut Ton's Virginia, while Room 2 will be occupied by two of the UK's most stellar artists; Andrew Ashong is one such headliner, his release 'Flowers' with Theo Parrish was the catalyst for his rise to recognition in 2012. Finally Eglo Records boss and Rinse FM's very own Alexander Nut will be joining the line up, bringing the house down and keeping the bass heavy right through the night.


 4 May 2014 2pm - 6am

£9.50 upwards

Part 1: 2pm - 10.30pm @ Studio 338, Greenwich 

Rolando, Mosca, DJ Qu, Wbeeza (live), James Priestley, Giles Smith

Part 2: 10pm - 6am @ Corsica Studios, Elephant & Castle

Amir Alexander, Virginia, Andrew Ashong, Alexander Nut, Giles Smith, James Priestley

To buy tickets, click here.

article by: Carrie Tang

published: 30/04/2014 07:54