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San Miguel Hidden Depths returned for a second series in 2008 with five one-off music events held in London and Manchester.

Each unique event was curated by a different guest host, with Wall of Sound label chief, Mark Jones, first to hand pick the likes of his hero, Soft Cell’s Marc Almond, to top the bill, The Shortwave Set, The Infadels and A-Human to play The Soho Revue Bar.

Next up, Belgian DJ duo The Glimmers grabbed the Godfather of hip-hop, Grand Master Flash, to headline Manchester’s Joshua Brookes club.

San Miguel Hidden Depths then returned to London for the remaining events.

Giles Smith and James Priestley took a break from hosting their infamous Secretsundaze parties to bring their trademark underground techno, house and disco sound to T-Bar in Shoreditch.

Then electro-funk duo Chromeo brought their fancy footwork team out of New York and Montreal to join them at The End / AKA for one night of mayhem, before the final event hit The Amersham Arms.

With a line up led by It’s Pop It’s Art – a unique collaboration between DJ and designer Fred Deakin’s design company Airside and EMI Records – guests got an audio visual feast, as It’s Pop It’s Art has been responsible for creating visual cover versions of some of the most important songs in pop music.

Check out Jo’s series of webcasts for the series

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