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Secretsundaze Music

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Cat: SECRET 012. Rel: 04 Dec 13
Deep House
  1. Don't Go
  2. Bangin'
Review: ** Repress ** Yes! Secretsundaze hit pay dirt with this killer double drop from the man Amir Alexander. As anyone who grabbed his Idiot Savant Masterpiece EP will attest, the Vanguard Sound head has put his name to all manner of excellent records in the past eighteen months without getting the wider exposure his own distinct brand of percussion heavy US house music merits. An appearance on a label such as Secretsundaze should ensure Alexander's music seeps through the cracks of recognition and really, he's on fine form here. Lead cut "Don't Go" is simple, unfussy house music - little more than hard hitting drums, snaking synths, a squelching analogue bass line and a submerged vocal. Complementing this, the suitably titled "Bangin'" details Alexander's penchant for taut acid flecked house bangers. No nonsense House music from a current master of his craft.
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Cat: SECRET 011. Rel: 06 Sep 13
  1. Open Space
  2. Smoke
  3. Missing
Review: Following transmissions for Delsin and Animal Farm, the hurried beats of Bleak make their way to London's Secretsundaze label, beginning with the filtered and soft edged "Open Space". Reverb and delay adds wispy breathes of cool emotion to the cosmic pads and space gurgles of "Smoke", while the sound design of "Missing" is much drier than the rest of the EP, the Swede washes the track with dripping licks of acid so sour it'll make your toes curl.
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Cat: SECRET 008. Rel: 06 Mar 13
Deep House
  1. Sudden Death
  2. Chemistry
  3. Brick
Review: The Fear Of Flying label's co-owner BLM returns with his first new material in some time on the label of cult London party Secret Sundaze with a three track EP that feels significantly darker in tone than his releases for Tsuba and Underground Quality. "Sudden Death" is a hefty piece of loop techno that would put Skudge to shame, whose chugging bass and clattering percussion is contrasted with some softly placed keys. "Chemistry" is another weighty production whose dimly lit dub chords slowly emerge from the gloom before leading into an unexpected section of gentle 303 and spoken word vocal, while "Brick" is a lighter jam whose swelling synth waves catch a restless bassline and looping chords in its wake.
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Alma (12")
Cat: SECRET 018. Rel: 16 Sep 15
Deep House
  1. Golden (6:29)
  2. Nu4him (6:21)
  3. Golden (dub) (6:23)
  4. Sun (7:20)
Review: 2015 is shaping up to be a big year for Shanti Celeste, the unofficial first lady of Bristol house music. The Chilean-born producer has been in fine form of late, and here delivers another killer 12", this time for Secretsundaze. There's naturally much to admire throughout, from the techno-tempo, synthesizer-heavy deep house shuffle of "Golden" - also available in an extra-percussive, extra-eccentric Dub remix form on the flip - to the bumpin' beats, ethereal pads and dreamy freestyle vocals of "Nu4him". Arguably best of all, though, is "Sun", whose inherent dreaminess is countered by punchy drum machine hits and twisted, alien electronics.
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Joe Claussell Mixtape (limited mixed cassette + MP3 download code)
Cat: TAPE 001. Rel: 27 May 19
  1. Track 1 (43:22)
  2. Track 2 (43:14)
Review: Legendary New York DJ, producer and remixer Joe Claussell launches the new mixtape series for Secretsundaze. The 85 minutes mix is a typically spiritual and introspective selection recorded at The Cosmic Arts Center, Brooklyn.
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Played by: Vincent Inc
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Cat: SECRET 014. Rel: 30 Jul 14
  1. Everlasting
  2. Everlasting (Marcelus remix)
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SS1 (12")
Cat: SECRET 016. Rel: 01 Apr 15
  1. SS1 (6:55)
  2. Fearless (5:59)
  3. Loveboxx (5:15)
Review: Deep house veteran Ramon Lisandro Quezada AKA DJ QU makes his debut for Giles Smith and James Priestley's Secretsundaze imprint with a fine EP of woozy, off-kilter house. "SS1" is rolling, hypnotic and trance-like in its' dedication to groove, with darting electronics and looped riffs riding a wonky, late night rhythm. "Fearless", on the other hand, is loose and trippy, all curious vocal samples and swirling strings. Finally, "Loveboxx" offers a dose of saucer-eyed late night fun via a pulsating bassline, cascading chords, delay-laden percussion and dusty, sun-baked melodies.
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Cat: SECRETDANCE 20172. Rel: 22 Jun 17
Deep House
  1. DJ Slyngshot - "Hygh Tech" (10:58)
  2. Bastien Carrara - "That Time Again" (6:56)
  3. Jayson Wynters - "Chi Kung" (7:33)
Review: As you'd expect, there's far more hits than misses on this second sampler 12" for Secretsundaze acclaimed Dance 2017 compilation. We're particularly enjoying the deep and spacey shuffle of Jayson Wynters's "Chi Kung", where eyes-closed electronics and intergalactic synthesizer flourishes cluster around a bongo-laden, acid-fired groove. Bastien Carrera's gently bobbing "That Time Again" is also quietly impressive, but it's the A-side salvo from DJ Slyngshot that really impresses. Entitled "Hygh Tech", the track doffs a cap to both tactile, loved-up old deep house and chunkier early UK tech-house, while carving its own breakbeat-driven, rave-for-days old school niche.
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Global EP (12")
Cat: SECRET 021. Rel: 01 Feb 17
  1. XS-10 (5:46)
  2. Global (7:06)
Review: Since 2011 George Levings has been living a double life. While best known for his drum & bass work as Commix, he's also impressed with occasional house and techno flavoured outings as Endian. Global is his second outing for Secretsundaze under the latter alias, and begins with the metallic tech-house drums, spacey chords and intergalactic effects of hypnotic shuffler "XS-10". He ratchets things up a notch on the title track, using restless hi-hats to help drive the groove forwards. It's an interesting trick, as it adds a little more dancefloor weight to an otherwise deep, dreamy and melodious backing track.
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Cat: SECRET 017. Rel: 20 May 15
  1. Finish Me (7:01)
  2. Dusty 2 (6:09)
  3. Sub Tropic (7:46)
Review: After previous, if infrequent, transmissions for Electric Minds and Non Plus, Commix producer George Levings returns with some new Endian material for the always impressive Secretsundaze Music. The more attentive out there may well have heard at least one of these tracks in the club or in a mix of late, with Joy Orbison ending his Essential Mix last year on the opening track "Finish Me". Well done to Secretsundaze for facilitating a wider release for them then with "Finish Me" the sort of fiery, low end heavy club track you feel will be heard on dancefloors for some time to come. Don't ignore the B side tracks though as they are equally potent tools for the dancefloor.
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Shelter (12")
Cat: SECRET 003. Rel: 07 Dec 11
Deep House
  1. Shelter (original mix)
  2. Shelter (Rolando remix)
Review: With its classic Detroit strings and delicate piano melodies, this beautifully simple deep houser from Birmingham natives Ethyl & Flori was crying out for a weighty Motor City remix. Step forward former Underground Resistance man Rolando, who delights in turning the fragile but calming original into a pulsating chunk of classic D-town techno. In typical Rolando fashion, his "Shelter" rework pushes the synth-strings to the fore, giving them space to shine on a mix that should delight anyone who likes their dance music sweet and emotion-rich. There's also a neat bonus cut in the shape of "THD_001" - all bespoke tribal percussion, bubbling synths and heady vocal edits. Impressive stuff.
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Cat: SECRET 013. Rel: 03 Apr 14
Deep House
  1. What It Is
  2. Drum 1
  3. Unsettling
Review: Having opened proceedings on 2014 with that killer induction from Amir Alexander, Secretsundaze continue to treat the 12" format kindly with a return for the man Flori. Jamie Taylor's been responsible for some of the club-turned-label's finest hours thus far, both with regular partner Ethyl and on a solo flex with the 2012 release Lucy EP. The three tracks on Within Reason are Flori in floor focused mode, something apparent from the very off as "What It Is" grunts along with low slung muscular intent. Complementing this, "Drum 1" percolates away whilst a synth line worthy of Theo Parrish worms its way into your memory, whilst "Unsettling" glides blissfully across the entirety of the B Side - this last one is particularly special.
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Cat: SECRET 022. Rel: 01 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. 6AM (6:07)
  2. Herb (5:46)
  3. Mile High (9:06)
Review: It would be fair to say that Black Jazz Consortium man Fred P is a reliable source of atmospheric, immaculately produced deep house and techno. We can't think of a duff release to date. Certainly, this first 12" for Secretsundaze is full of playable treats. Opener "6AM" uses tribal-influenced drum rhythms, mutilated vocal samples and moody electronics to create a dark and hypnotic early morning mood, while "Herb" is a perfect fusion of trippy broken house rhythms, hazy minor key refrains and weighty dub bass. Arguably best of all, though, is "Mile High", a superbly emotional deep house epic full of crystalline chord progressions, sweeping synth-strings and immaculately programmed percussion.
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  1. Fred P - "Trust" (6:49)
  2. Nubian Mindz - "Testing Theories" (5:59)
  3. James Priestley & Marco Antonio - "Baia 2012" (Aybee Solar dub) (5:55)
Review: Due for release in January, Dance 2017 will be Secretsundaze Music's first ever compilation. This first sampler 12" gives a taste of what's to come, showcasing three killer cuts destined for the CD and download versions. Fred P kicks things off, successfully combining a chunky, dexterous drum track with canny manipulation of one of deep house music's most iconic string samples (yep, the very same one Pepe Bradock used on "Deep Burnt" all those years ago). Flip for a dose of bumpin', drum-led deep house magic from the always on-point Nubian Mindz ("Testing Theories"), and a deliciously deep, acid-flecked collaboration between Secretsundaze co-founder James Priestley, and regular studio pal Marco Antonio Spaventi.
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Cat: SSX 12002B. Rel: 13 Nov 08
Deep House
  1. Holy Ghost Inc - "Walk On Air"
  2. Afefe Iku - "Mirror Dance"
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  1. Marcus Intalex & ST Files - "Taking Over Me"
  2. Slam Mode - "Insulate"
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Cat: SSPCD 001. Rel: 10 Jul 08
Deep House
  1. Osunlade - "My Reflection" (feat Divine Essence)
  2. Sascha Dive - "BDown Variation 7"
  3. Move D - "Quit Quitting"
  4. Vera & Federico Molinari - "It Ain't Music"
  5. Filsonik - "Here To Stay" (feat Soni)
  6. Mr Raoul K - "Le Cerle Peul"
  7. Minilogue - "Jamaica"
  8. Kerri Chandler - "Pong"
  9. Nathan Hawks - "Derrick's Chase"
  10. Rhythm & Sound - "Ruff Way" (feat Paul St Hilaire)
  11. Billy Dalessandro - "Nitrogen Bass"
  12. Stimming & HOSH - "Radar"
  13. Ralph Sliwinski - "Pox Box" (Johnny D remix)
  14. Sensitivia - "Viola Tricolor"
  15. Jus Ed - "Kick It Up" (part 4)
  16. Guillaume & The Coutu Dumonts - "Les Gans"
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Cat: SECRET 006. Rel: 19 Sep 12
Deep House
  1. Configure 8
  2. Three Form
  3. Configure 8 (Tobias remix)
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Cat: SECRETDANCE 20173. Rel: 11 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Palms Trax - "Outflight" (5:07)
  2. Secretsundaze - "Motorway Jam" (7:04)
Review: The third volume in the Dance 2017 series is notable for featuring the first collaborative production from Giles Smith and James Priestley under the Secretsundaze moniker. Given that they delivered their first combined mix CD some ten years ago, "Motorway" has been a long time coming. It's also rather good, offering a hypnotic and wide-eyed blend of urgent, 128 BPM percussion, car horn style synth stabs, heavy bass and swirling string loops. It's not exactly Kraftwerk's "Autobahn" for the tech-house generation, but we sense the Robots would approve. Less surprising is Palm Trax's "Outflight", a positive and melodious chunk of synthesizer-heavy deep house goodness full of new age melodies, darting synth-bass and crunchy drum machine hits.
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Cat: SSXCD 003. Rel: 21 Jul 11
Deep House
  1. DJ Ageishi & Ackin' - "Rain Parade" (Mark E remix)
  2. Space Dimension Controller - "Transatlantic Loading Bay"
  3. GHL - "Show Me Love"
  4. Rootstrax - "Harlequin"
  5. Marcus Intalex & ST Files - "Taking Over Me"
  6. Franck Roger - "My Name Is"
  7. Recloose - "Ain't Changin"
  8. Maddslinky - "Cargo"
  9. Ghetto Brothers - "Ghetto Disco"
  10. Xdistrict - "Color Correction" (Losoul remix)
  11. Locussolus - "Tan Sedan"
  12. Metope - "I'm So Ready & Cpu-Circus" (Ada remix)
  13. Steffi - "Kill Me" (feat Elif Bicer - Crushed Soul mix)
  14. Voyage - "I Love You Dancer"
  15. Roosevelt & Charles - "Monastery"
  16. Specter - "Make Me Feel"
  17. KB Project - "Feel It"
  18. Marshall Jefferson vs Noosa Heads - "Mushrooms" (Salt City Orchestra Out There mix)
  19. East West Connection - "Find A Way" (feat Maiya James - Dubtribe Soundsystem dub)
  20. Dinky - "Polvo"
  21. RNDM - "Hideaway Lane" (dub)
  22. Anthony Shakir - "Travellers" (MRSK remix)
  23. Skudge - "Ontic" (Rolando Understands remix)
  24. Two Armadillos - "Ronin"
  25. Steven Tang - "Ominous"
  26. Tornado Wallace - "Always Twirling"
  27. Smallpeople & Christopher Rau - "Life Aquatic"
  28. Slam Mode - "Insulate"
Review: With - gulp - a decade of debauched parties now behind them, Gilles Smith and James Priestley are pushing the boat out in celebration. As well as a string of parties, they've put together this deluxe double CD compilation of musical highlights and personal favourites. With Smith and Priestly both serving up their own mix, the quality threshold is consistently high. There are many long-forgotten gems and little known remixes, touching on most of the duo's various inspirations over the last ten years, from slept-on deep house, floor-friendly techno and druggy tech-house to starry-eyed broken beats, body-poppin' jackers and string-laden disco-house.

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Baia 2012 (12")
Cat: SECRET 004. Rel: 23 May 12
Deep House
  1. Baia 2012
  2. Baia 2012 (Aybee remix)
  3. Baia 2012 (Aybee alternative remix)
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Secret (hand-numbered limited to 150 copies 12")
Cat: SECRET 4. Rel: 04 Apr 12
Deep House
out of stock $7.14
Stand Up EP
Stand Up EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SECRET 025. Rel: 15 Jul 19
Deep House
  1. Mezcal
  2. Stand Up
  3. Testing
Review: After an 18 month hiatus, Secretsundaze relaunch their label with a flurry of activity. The first 12" as part of this new wave of material is a Secretsundaze artist EP, remarkably the first full EP on the label from Giles Smith and James Priestley having previously released a killer split 12' with Palms Trax back in 2017.

During this label downtime the boys have been busy releasing music with amazing labels and kindred spirits in Japan, London and Frankfurt: Mule Musiq, Phonica Records and forthcoming later this year an EP on Live At Robert Johnson, the label of the club very close to their hearts where they have been playing regularly for 10 plus years.
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coming soon TBA
Cat: SSP 12001. Rel: 04 Sep 08
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Viola Tricolor
  2. Viola Tricolor (Secretsundaze mix)
out of stock $6.34
Cat: SS 12001. Rel: 04 Oct 07
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Giles Smith presents Two Armadillos - "Warriors"
  2. Kissogram - "My Friend Is A Seahorse" (James Priestley & Dan Berkson's Barlz E Syntho' dub)
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Secretsundaze Vol 2 (mixed 2xCD)
Cat: SSXCD 002. Rel: 09 Oct 08
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Urban Force - "Untitled 2" (Mike Huckaby remix)
  2. Claro Intellecto - "Patience"
  3. Mr G - "Sometimes I Cry" (Radio Slave Panama Garage remix)
  4. Lawson, Finlow, Cappello - "Montanna Freight Train"
  5. Motorbass - "Ezio"
  6. Two Armadillos - "Hawthorne's Theme"
  7. Cassy 02 - "Idle Blues"
  8. Scott Grooves - "ONly 500"
  9. Brothers Vibe - "Step Into It"
  10. Guillaume & The Coutu Dumonts - "The Flying Dutchmsn"
  11. Two Armadillos - "Hamlin"
  12. Nagano Kitchen - "No Traffic In Nagano"
  13. Rozzo - "Azzurro"
  14. Ron Trent & Chez Damier - "The Morning Factory"
  15. Holy Ghost Inc - "Walk On Air"
  16. Lindbaek & Lindstrom - "Alien In My Pocket" (Lindbaek's extended disco version)
  17. James Pants - "We're Through"
  18. Barltan Love Express - "Theme"
  19. Afefe Iku - "Mirror Dance"
  20. Sety - "Magane" (Guillaume & The Coutu Dumonts remix)
  21. Afefe Iku - "Bodydrummin'" (Playgroup dub)
  22. Ronnie Parker - "Bongcong Combination"
  23. The Rapture - "I Need Your Love" (Playgroup dub)
  24. Guy Gerber - "Disorientation" (Johnny D remix)
  25. The Mole - "Acadian"
  26. Omar S - "Psychotic Photosynthesis"
  27. Robert Owens - "Happy" (James Priestly & Dan Berkson remix)
out of stock $10.57
Cat: SSCD 001. Rel: 04 Oct 07
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Monne Automne - "Automne"
  2. Boris Werner/Lauhaus - "Legeres"
  3. The Offsetters - "Love Ritual" (Westpark Unit dub)
  4. Chupacabra - "The Bigger Man"
  5. Einzelkind - "Lumumba"
  6. Johnick - "Johnick Planet"
  7. Counter Plan - "90 Degrees" (DJ Q remix)
  8. Ian Pooley - "Don't You Be Afraid"
  9. Giles Smith presents Two Armadillos - "Warriors"
  10. River Ocean - "Love & Happiness" (feat India - Junior Boys Own dub)
  11. Strobelight Network - "Colder" (Gabriel Ananda & Dominik Eulberg mix)
  12. Will Saul/Tam Cooper - "Sequential Circus"
  13. Larry Heard - "Saga Of The Evil Queen"
  14. Reverso 68 - "Piece Together" (part 2)
  15. Studio - "Life's A Beach" (Todd Terje Beach house mix)
  16. Dante & Dhula - "The Basics" (Smokin' Pasties remix)
  17. Catalyst - "Silly Games" (Angel version - Ripperton remix)
  18. Kissogram - "My Friend Is A Seahorse" (James Priestly & Dan Berkson's Barlz E Syntho dub)
  19. Franck Roger - "Rawsome"
  20. Manuel Tur - "Acorado"
  21. Future Beat Investigators - "All I Want"
  22. Yello - "Lost Again" (Greg Wilson edit)
  23. Michoacan - "2 Bullets"
  24. Andomat 3000/Jan/Alton Miller - "Entr'act Music/Clouds Are Gone" (Henrik Schwarz mix)
  25. Kaos - "Panopeeps"
  26. Redshape - "Dog Day"
  27. James Priestly/Dan Berkson - "Chariots"
  28. Doctor's Cat - "Feel The Drive"
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Cat: SECRET 023. Rel: 17 May 17
Deep House
  1. The Vision (7:28)
  2. Sacred Smoke (5:18)
  3. Rhythm School (7:38)
  4. Idiom Of Peace (4:40)
out of stock $10.05
Cat: SSX 12002A. Rel: 15 Jan 09
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Ron Trent & Chez Damier - "The Morning Factory"
  2. Rozzo - "Azzurro"
out of stock $5.82
Cat: SECRET 002. Rel: 23 Jun 11
Deep House
  1. Warriors Return
  2. People Of The World
  3. Night Ridin
Review: Secretsundaze - the legendary party launched by Giles Smith and James Priestly - is a staggering 10 years old and still going strong. In this fast paced industry that's one huge achievement and we're massive fans of the guys and their parties. The Secretsundaze imprint relaunched this year in consummate style with an essential 12" from Parisian house don Brawther backed by a remix from George FitzGerald. Up next, the Two Armadillos (Giles Smith and Martin Dawson) take to the stage with the People Of The World EP. "Warriors Return" is jazzy and elegant as delicate hats, warm keys, a slick bass guitar and perfectly spat brass breeze along. It's low slung, jazzy, sexy and grinding - our pick of the bunch! On the flip, "People Of The World" speeds things up with urgent pads and sharply syncopated hats while "Night Ridin" goes old school and deep. Rhodes keys, rapid rim shot taps and raw hand claps lay down the basis for a sampled crowd vocal chant, rounding off a refined and deliriously groovy EP.
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Cat: SSXCD 004. Rel: 09 Feb 17
Deep House
  1. Ethyl & Flori - "Shelter"
  2. Brawther - "Spaceman Funk" (deep club mix)
  3. Shanti Celeste - "Nu4him"
  4. BLM - "Chemistry"
  5. Amir Alexander - "Don't Go"
  6. Fred P - "Trust" (exclusive)
  7. DJ Qu - "SS1"
  8. Endian - "Finish Me"
  9. Two Armadillos - "Warriors Return"
  10. Wbeeza - "Ferguson"
  11. James Priestley & Marco Antonio - "Baia 2012" (Aybee's Solar dub Exclusive)
  12. Secretsundaze - "Continuous Mix"
Review: The cheekily named Dance 2017 is the first compilation from Giles Smith and James Priestley's long running Secretsundaze label. While inspired - in part, at least - by TV-advertised '80s and '90s dance comps, the contents of this particular collection are far from vintage. It includes fresh and recent cuts from various members of the label's growing roster of artists, including Fred P, Wbeeza and Two Armadillos. Highlights come thick and fast, and include the fluttering, mesmerizing deep house of Shanti Celeste's "Nu4Him", the space-age bump of Brawther's "Spaceman Funk (Deep Dub Mix)", the heavyweight techno thrust of "SS1" by DJ Qu, and the tribal influenced, broken house thrills of Endian's "Finish Me".
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out of stock $16.91
Cat: SECRET 019. Rel: 10 Dec 15
Deep House
  1. Black Moon (7:25)
  2. Like Butta (5:55)
  3. Ferguson (9:50)
Review: Warren 'Wbeeza' Brown follows artists like DJ Qu and John Daly to deliver an EP on the label arm of the Secretsundaze organisation. The release starts with the grubby, mucky rhythm of "Black Moon", with Brown covering it in layer upon layer of dirty sound effects. "Like Butta" inhabits a totally different place, and has more in common with US garage; the drums and snares are crisp and sharp and the musical elements sound very jazz-influenced. For his final track, "Ferguson" take another turn; this time, it's towards acid trax, with Wbeeza applying his own subtle take on rolling Chicago drums to a bouncy 303 line.
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Times (12")
Cat: SECRET 009. Rel: 01 May 13
Deep House
  1. Times
  2. Re Dark
  3. Squared
  4. What You Mean
Review: After a couple of years earmarked as one of the UK's many "up and comers" with releases on Disfigured Dubs, Lo Rise and Magicbag, slippery Leeds based producer seems ready to make the step up. This classy debut on the Secretsundaze label follows a recent turn on the Hype Ltd operation, and there's a whisper of a forthcoming 12" through Will Saul's Simple in the offing. Sensual, skipping house primed for dusk-centric hours is the feeling you get from title cut "Times" and the subsequent three productions further demonstrate Youandewan's mastery of heavily layered, atmospheric arrangements that still retain some sense of forward momentum.
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out of stock $8.45


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