Joey Anderson: The Ransom Note Mix

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One of the most trusted and resilient figures in underground House and Techno delivers a masterful mixtape.

Joey Anderson remains committed to the deep rooted sensibilities of House music, it’s very much in his DNA – drawing upon influences from the underground of New York city. Over the years he has released some of the most influential records in the genre – EP’s on the likes of Latency, Syncrophone Recordings and Deconstruct – albums on the likes of Dekmantel and Avenue 66.

This month marks the release of a new album on Deeptrax.

His sound has always been cemented in a deep, philosophical energy. It’s music as much for listening, ambience and mood as it is the dancefloor.

Over the years his music has gone on to reach critical acclaim and gained international recognition but it is his home city and the origins of the musical culture from which he draws strength, not the hype or social media circus.


Not one to dabble in eccentricities his music is stripped back, utilising uniquely programmed machinery to create delicate textures and weird dusty tones which often lead to a unique transcendence.

Joey is an artist we’ve been keen to feature in this series for a long time now and the result is just as special as we could have imagined…