With the release of the critically acclaimed debut album "Roadhouse" last year on Global Underground, Dale Anderson has continued to build his reputation as one of the brightest production talents around, while his skill as a DJ has already brought him to North America, South America, Asia, Europe and beyond.
With a string of releases on some of the world’s most respected labels including GU, Hope, Urban Torque, Baroque, Saved, SOG and Lost Language, Dale’s work continues to warrant the attention of the DJ elite including Sasha, Nick Warren, Hernan Cattaneo and Laurent Garnier to name a few. Dale’s remix work for artists like Hybrid, Tall Paul and Adam Freeland has also won much support, while his remix of Anil Chawla’s ‘Chair Ethics’ was championed by Sasha throughout his South American tour in 2009.
His DJ schedule has seen Dale play on four continents thus far. Highlights have included the DJ Mag Pool Party at the WMC in Miami, Cocoon Club in Frankfurt, an ongoing residency for the Gallery at Ministry of Sound, dates in Buenos Aires, Indonesia, Eastern Europe, across the UK, and as far afield as India.
Firmly placed within the Global Underground stable, along with production cohort Anil Chawla, the duo continue to tour,produce, and host GU Radio together. Last year saw them mix the ‘classics’ CD of ‘GU Mixed:4’ compilation, and design the first in the GU Loopmasters series production toolkit. Taking things one step further with the addition of fellow DJ/producer and budding cinematographer Tim Davison, the boys have formed a unique collective called DAT Soundsystem which takes control of room 103 at the Gallery on a quarterly basis. They have also been mixing it up in the studio under the same moniker, and have signed to four tracks to Nick Warren's Hope Records.
There's much more to come in 2011, so stay tuned…
Dale Anderson’s tracks