Secretsundaze will make the most of the Bank Holiday weekend with their first daytime party of the year next month.
James Priestley and Giles Smith have chosen a suitably large line-up for their opening bash, with Brothers' Vibe being invited back into the secretsundaze fold once more to headline the party. He didn't actually get into the country the last time that the lads booked him to play at the Scala due to visa issues, but his recent appearance at East Village confirms that he should be able to clear customs and bring his deep US house groovers along with him.
Appearing alongside Brothers' Vibe? That'd be Ratio?music owner Melon who apparently made quite an impression on Giles Smith at his Basic Needs party last year, and Move D who will complete the line-up with one of his irresistibly deep live sets.
The opening party this year will be a special one, with the crew moving to a new home. They'll be taking over the terrace at That (formerly known as The House and Terrace). Says Priestley and Smith, "We instantly knew when seeing the terrace it was the right place for our opening party. Walking through the club one enters a wide and deep, wooden decked terrace. The venue has been hugely accommodating indulging our whims and it now looks super. We can really picture it going off there."
With a Nexo sound system (both inside and out), and a late closing time due to the Bank Holiday, we can't help but agree. Grab your tickets at the link below.