JOEY ANDERSON first caught ears as part of Exchange Place, the DJ Qu-affiliated crew of New Jersey heads whose releases are among the highlights of the Strength Music back catalog. Since founding the Inimeg label in 2011 and having his productions featured prominently on Levon Vincent's fabric mix, he's begun to gain a following in his own right. As a DJ, Joey keeps things dark and mysterious yet playfully rhythmic—a perfect wind-down to your weekend.
JORDAN ROTHLEIN brought Table Tennis, his long-dormant undergraduate radio show, onto WNYU's FM grid in 2011. Since then, the show has played host to guests like Fred P, Oneman and DJ Sotofett. The show has also showcased local talent a la Archie Pelago and Mike Servito, as well as his own extended sets. He spends most of his time these days in Berlin, where he's stationed as an editor and music critic at Resident Advisor.
MOMO ARAKI began his DJ career at WNYU in the mid-2000s, where his Friday night program Rotation championed artists as diverse as Wolf + Lamb and Mala. Momo now co-hosts the Scones Radio podcast for WFMU and is a contributor to Little White Earbuds. He joined Table Tennis as a host in 2012 (much to the chagrin of Victor from Washington Heights).