Secretsundaze launches crowdfunding campaign to survive Coronavirus pandemic



With hopes to secure a new studio space to mentor young people interested in electronic music.

Secretsundaze has launched a crowdfunding campaign in order to survive the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.

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Co-founded by Giles Smith and James Priestley in 2002, Secretsundaze has since gone on to encompass a record label and studio in addition to its parties.

Alongside recouping loss of income from live events due to Coronavirus, Secretsundaze is also raising funds to establish a new studio space since being kicked out from its previous East London location by property developers.

The new studio will feature a learning centre to mentor young people interested in making and playing electronic music.

“Finally, and only when it is safe to do so, we look forward to seeing you on the dancefloor, hopefully in better days and for the mother of all parties,” share Smith and Priestley.

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