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On Sunday June 16, secretsundaze and The Secret Agency return to Barcelona for their sixth annual secretsundaze party at La Terrrazza. Having grown in size and reputation every year, the secretsundaze event has now become the party to go to on Sunday day and night. And now for the first time due to high demand secretsundaze are hosting the daytime session in two arenas. The daytime event will run from the earlier time of 4pm until midnight and then the party moves, as has become custom, to the stunning, typically Spanish La Terrrazza from 11.30pm – 5am.

With the extra slots due to the second daytime arena means secretsundaze offers us the biggest line-up yet, with 13 DJs handpicked from the impressive The Secret Agency roster. Headlining is Chicago house legend and pioneer Chez Damier, closely followed by Delano Smith who has really raised the bar over the last 18 months since his LP ‘Odyssey’ released on Sushitech. Already a favourite at secretsundaze, DJ and artist Amir Alexander makes an appearance! Also a man playing exclusively for secretsundaze in Barcelona is one of the hottest young artists around, Anthony Naples from Brooklyn. Jay Shepheard will be stepping up with his in-demand live set, his LP ‘Home and Garden’ having been released on his Retrofit label to great acclaim. Underground Paris, owner of My Love is Underground will lay down his trademark 90s sound. San Soda makes an appearance hot on the heels of his FCL hit ‘Its You’, and another fast-rising star Citizen comes fresh from releases on Madtech and Love Fever. See the hugely talented October, Flori who is working on his second solo EP for secretsundaze, and Youandewan who will release the ninth secretsundaze 12″. secretsundaze’s much-loved residents Giles Smith and James Priestley will be holding it down as only they know how, so don’t delay and get your tickets now.

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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