Wednesday, 20 August 2008


Another excellent event...

The one and only Carl Craig is headlining the first bank holiday secretsundaze outside of TDK Cross Central, a heady Sunday afternoon affair in a brand new venue, The Arches Open Air Courtyard set against an inner city, sprawling urban backdrop. Just 5 minutes from London Bridge station, the organisers promise that "the site will be transformed with our usual close attention to detail and high production values with outdoor bars and all amenities."

Keith Worthy looks like an exciting prospect, with his recent Fabric debut playing to rave reviews, "
making the deepest, purest House and Techno heard for some time".

In the arches we have Disco and Electro, with the exciting, up-and-coming Phoreski, and Richard Sen, playing an eclectic mix of Sunday afternoon beats with typical technical precision.

And of course Mr Craig, doing what he does best, turning London all a bit Detroit for bank holiday weekend, mixing up jazz, funk, soul and a reputation as a world-conquering producer and record spinner, no doubt to create a high tempertaure end to what is inevitably going to be a damp summer London weekend.

Giles Smith pres.Two Armadillos: Warriors

Sunday 24th August

2.00pm – 10.30pm
The Arches, London Bridge

Open Air Courtyard
Carl Craig (Planet E)
Keith Worthy (Aesthetic Audio)
Giles Smith (Dessous)
James Priestley (Simple)

The Arches
Richard Sen (Padded Cell)
Phoreski (Special Interest)
Loose DJs -
Paul Crognale & Cred, 'Aitch & Dan Kinasz

£12 advance tickets ticketweb (0844 477 1000) and phonica / £15 on door


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