Canadian born Dale Anderson may not be a name you know just yet, but his profile is quickly becoming a recognizable commodity in dance music circles around the globe. Now residing in London England, his growing track record as both a DJ and producer, speaks volumes about his passion for quality house music.
With a production ‘support’ list reading like a who’s who of industry big-wigs, Dale’s recent efforts are quickly becoming a staple of virtually every A-List Dj’s record box. Deals already penned with the likes of SOG, Lost Language, Feed Me Records, Duty Free, Navigation, Saved Records, and a host of others, have seen big support from Sasha and John Digweed, Paul Van Dyk, Dave Seaman, Hernan Catteneo, Paolo Mojo, and many others. He has already been given the opportunity to remix for Tall Paul and Burufunk, and his own tracks have warranted remixes from the likes of Sander Kleinenberg, Steve Porter, STEL and Max Graham. With Dale’s latest track licensed and signed up for the latest Renaissance compilation (by Nic Fanciulli), and two others licensed to the new Lost Language compilation, there’s no doubt his efforts will continue to see support from all the big players.
On the DJ front, his credits include Slinky and Renaissance, a stint for Mixmag in Vancouver, Turnmills in London, Mongo Bongo in Northern England, as well as the good ol’ fashion rave parties across Canada and parts of the US. DJ’ing since ‘97, Dale has been fortunate enough to play with many of the worlds finest including recently being featured at Pete Tong’s Future Heroes night in London, as well as closing the night at James Holden’s Border Community party at the Gallery.