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Thursday, November 13, 2008

secretsundaze goes inside for the winter

secretsundaze has announced a winter series of dates to be held in the capital.

The secretsundaze crew won't be hibernating this winter. Instead, Giles Smith and James Priestley have planned a limited schedule of events called secretsundaze & friends, which will bring even more deep house to London.

The duo's impeccable selection means that the series of dates will kick off this weekend with Argy, Glimpse and Drumpoet Community regulars Quarion and Lexx holding things down (with a Disco Bloodbath promised in the third room), while December's event will feature Shinedoe, 2000 and One, and Kabale und Liebe , along with Brothers' Vibe. As Smith tells it, the winter parties will differ from the usual shindigs in size, so they'll be able to "invite more guests and dig a little deeper, getting whole crews to come in."

The question on the minds of those who can't make it to London, though, is plans regarding getting in another DJ to celebrate the opening of yet another ss summer season with a mix, ala Tobi Neumann earlier this year. Priestley isn't quite sure yet: "Perhaps is probably the best answer I can give you right now. The compilation market is tougher than ever at the moment and as much as we love doing the compilation side of things, we need to make sure that it makes sense financially for us too." Which is a clarion call to come support the party in person if we ever heard one.

London, United Kingdom Nov 15 Secretsundaze, The Scala, London

link DJ Page: Argy