The Pickle Factory To Host Secretsundaze Residents Night
James Priestley and Giles Smith long for the days where they could command their party for three or four hours each. The satisfaction of booking some of the foremost names in electronic music must be great but it comes at the cost of surrendering peak time spent with the audience you've worked so hard to build. So it's fair enough that the two pulses behind Secretsundaze are planning a good old catch up in the form of a residents only night and the meeting place they've selected is recent Oval Space extension, 'The Pickle Factory'.
It's the second night to be unveiled at the new, intimate, 250 capacity venue and is by far the most promising yet. Boasting a "top of the range, as-yet-unreleased soundsystem," the space has thus far only been used for pop-ups and exhibitions (notably hosting Forza Win/The Ginger Pig's meat-themed supper club CUTS). Guaranteed vibes from one of London's most highly-regarded, homegrown events at an encouraging new venue which, as everyone points out, comes at a time when London bars and clubs are falling like a house of cards built on a knackered washing machine.
The night is going ahead on 5th December and tickets are a very modest £10. Don't sleep.