|Date /||Sunday, 4 May 2014|
|Time /||14:00 – 06:00|
|Venue /||Various Venues – London|
|Cost /||£9.50 upwards|
Promotional links / secretsundaze
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
For the official summer Opening Party secretsundaze return to the terrace of Studio 338. This year they have a huge line up with none other than DJ Rolando headlining. Rolando’s defining moment was of course his outstanding ‘Knights Of The Jaguar’ on Underground Resistance but he is still doing it today, regularly playing at Berghain and releasing on their seminal Ostgut Ton imprint. Making his secretsundaze debut is Radio 1’s Mosca who of late is moving away from his UK roots to a deeper, more moody techno vibe.
Next up all the way from NYC is secretsundaze favourite DJ Qu (Strength Music) with his dark, edgy, yet soulful and sublime sound. Last up is the ever reliable Wbeeza. Beeza, as he is known, has been a regular fixture at secretsundaze and his new EP on his label Peckham Fly will be dropping shortly. His live set always kills it.
For the night time they move to the more intimate Corsica Studios for 2 rooms of music with Chicago rising star Amir Alexander heading up Room 1 alongside Ostgut Ton’s Virginia. In Room 2 bringing the heat are 2 of the UK’s finest with Andrew Ashong who’s 2012 anthem ‘Flowers’ with Theo Parrish really catapulted him to notoriety and unsung hero, tastemaker and DJs DJ, Alexander Nut of Eglo Records and Rinse FM fame.