Above & Beyond‘s deep house label, Anjunadeep, is getting ready to take over North America with its largest tour yet. Starting Tuesday, November 17, the tour will see deep house legends Jody Wisternoff and Cubicolor dominate the dance floor along with up-and-coming Yotto as support. They will cover ten cities in the US and make a stop in Vancouver, Canada.
Ever since its inception in 2005, Anjunadeep has enjoyed major success as one of dance music’s most respected labels. The latest of three iTunes Dance #1 compilations is Anjunadeep 07, mixed by Wisternoff himself and Anjunadeep label boss James Grant; Wisternoff and Grant’s remix of Solomon Grey’s “Miradors” will also be released on the label as a single. In addition to keeping busy in the Anjuna kitchen, Wisternoff is also one half of Way Out West, a production duo based in Bristol, United Kingdom that paved the way for today’s dance music industry. Their newest track, “Tuesday Maybe”, will be part of their upcoming studio album and can be previewed here.
Meanwhile, the Amsterdam powerhouse known as Cubicolor have also been hard at work in the studio. Their debut album is set for release on the Anjunadeep label early next year. They have previously released an EP entitled “Down The Wall“, which garnered support from well-known acts such as Sasha, Joris Voorn, and Lee Burridge. Fans eagerly wait to see what fresh music they bring to the table in their upcoming studio album.
In addition to the two well-established acts previously mentioned, Yotto will be showing off his skills for the North American Anjunafamily as the newest addition to Anjunadeep’s roster. His first EP, “Wondering“, rose to #3 on the Beatport Deep House chart, and he also gained support on Pete Tong’s BBC Radio 1 for his ambient remix of Lane 8’s “Undercover”. The upcoming tour will serve as Yotto’s performance debut in North America.
All three of the aforementioned artists will be in attendance at each tour stop, so be sure to grab your tickets now before they sell out—and they’re going quickly.