Phonica releasing Secretsundaze debut 12″, featuring poet Anthony Anaxagorou





With two remixes by Detroit producer Waajeed.

DJ and production duo Secretsundaze aka Giles Smith and James Priestley are releasing their debut 12″ ‘Still Hope’, this June via Phonica Records’ main label.

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Though the duo have been throwing parties and DJing for over 16 years, this is their first solo record.

It follows Secretsundaze’s debut track ‘Motorway’, which they released on their Dance 2017 Pt. 3 sampler, last year b/w Palms Trax’s ‘Outflight’.

‘Still Hope’ EP includes the ‘Original Mix’ with a political spoken word piece by award-winning poet Anthony Anaxagorou, and ‘Poems In The Heart Floor Version’ on the A-Side.

On the reverse, seminal Slum Village collaborator and producer Waajeed delivers two reworks: a dance floor ready ‘Detroit Hardcore Dub’ and jazzier ‘Searching Dub’.

Pre-order a copy of ‘Still Hope’ here ahead of its 1st June release.


Side A

A1. Still Hope (Original Mix)
A2. Still Hope (Secretsundaze’s Poems In The Heart Floor Version)

Side B

B1. Still Hope (Waajeed’s Detroit Hardcore Dub)
B2. Still Hope (Waajeed’s Searching Dub)