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12.01.2022

Crack Mix 432:
Secretsundaze

Techno House

Secretsundaze are purveyors of feel-good dance music. 

Since the launch of their much-loved party brand in 2002, Giles Smith and James Priestley – Secretsundaze’s founders and residents – have dedicated their work and output to ecstatic club experiences. A record label followed suit, as did their booking agency, long-running NTS radio show and a stack more DJ and production projects undertaken by the pair. Plus, of course, plenty more parties. 2022 marks 20 years of Secretsundaze, with the duo currently working on some exciting anniversary celebrations – but we’ll leave them to reveal those in due course. 

Here, the pair usher in the new year with their first new mix in 18 months. “The mix is direct and club-focused,” they tell Crack Magazine over email. “All-vinyl, with our typical Detroit and NYC stylings before moving into some more pushy atmospheric, European bizzness.” 

Secretsundaze play fabric, London, on 30 January


See Tracklist
FIT Siegel – Carmine 
Aaron Carl – Down 
Ron Obvious – Keep It Down 
Big Strick – Maybe One Day 
Todd Terry – Melissa's Dream 
MAW – Ekabo (Afro House Groove) 
Norma Jean Bell – I'm The Baddest Bitch (Motorbass remix)
Blakkat – These Ain't My Feet
Aubrey – Beyond The Ozone 
Orlando Voorn – Life Beyond The Clouds 
Emojonal – Make E Move 
Joey G ii – 2003, South London 
Cevin Fisher – Do It! (Acapella)

Crack Mix 432: Secretsundaze

Crack Mix 432: Secretsundaze

Secretsundaze are purveyors of feel-good dance music. 

Since the launch of their much-loved party brand in 2002, Giles Smith and James Priestley – Secretsundaze’s founders and residents – have dedicated their work and output to ecstatic club experiences. A record label followed suit, as did their booking agency, long-running NTS radio show and a stack more DJ and production projects undertaken by the pair. Plus, of course, plenty more parties. 2022 marks 20 years of Secretsundaze, with the duo currently working on some exciting anniversary celebrations – but we’ll leave them to reveal those in due course. 

Here, the pair usher in the new year with their first new mix in 18 months. “The mix is direct and club-focused,” they tell Crack Magazine over email. “All-vinyl, with our typical Detroit and NYC stylings before moving into some more pushy atmospheric, European bizzness.” 

Secretsundaze play fabric, London, on 30 January

See Tracklist
FIT Siegel – Carmine 
Aaron Carl – Down 
Ron Obvious – Keep It Down 
Big Strick – Maybe One Day 
Todd Terry – Melissa's Dream 
MAW – Ekabo (Afro House Groove) 
Norma Jean Bell – I'm The Baddest Bitch (Motorbass remix)
Blakkat – These Ain't My Feet
Aubrey – Beyond The Ozone 
Orlando Voorn – Life Beyond The Clouds 
Emojonal – Make E Move 
Joey G ii – 2003, South London 
Cevin Fisher – Do It! (Acapella)
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