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Global EP
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Global EP (12")
Cat: SECRET 021. Rel: 06 Feb 17
Techno
  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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Instinctive Rhythms
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Cat: SECRET 022. Rel: 06 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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Dance 2017 Part 1
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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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FORTHCOMING
The Hierophant
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coming soon $9.42
Cat: SECRET 023. Rel: 07 Apr 17
Deep House
  1. The Vision
  2. Sacred Smoke
  3. Rhythm School
  4. Idiom Of Peace
Secretsundaze Presents Dance 2017
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VARIOUS
Cat: SSXCD 004. Rel: 13 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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Black Moon EP
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Cat: SECRET 019. Rel: 14 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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