The London promoter heads to The Laundry for its annual Easter shindig.
Among London’s increasingly crowded array of Easter raves, the annual secretsundaze party is always one of the most reliable choices. This year’s is no different, with a small and carefully curated line-up of respected selectors coming to Hackney venue The Laundry on Thursday April 2.
Heading up proceedings is New Jersey’s DJ Qu. As well as playing a set of deep and soulful house and techno, he’ll be celebrating the release of a new three-track 12″ on the label arm of secretsundaze. He’s joined by NTS Radio regular Mosca, who will be showcasing his deep knowledge of everything from garage to techno, and Panorama Bar resident Virginia, who will be supporting the release of her recent My Fantasy EP on Ostgut Ton. As ever, they’ll be supported by residents Giles Smith and James Priestley – venue details and ticket information can be found at the secretsundaze website.
Additionally, secretsundaze has just opened up a new label to sit alongside its already established secretsundaze imprint. Called SZE, the first release comes from London-based techno producer BLM, and is out now. Future releases are promised from Lo Shea and ex-Commix producer Endian. Details on how to grab those can be found at the label’s Bandcamp page.