The Shuffle Co-op is a new Oakland-based dance music collective whose aim is to “build the right atmosphere for a crowd to make them feel comfortable enough to let loose,” according to co-founder Adam Carlisle. For the co-op’s inaugural party last month, longtime Detroit DJ Mike Huckaby performed in a high-ceilinged Jack London district warehouse outfitted with custom LED lights and an OPUS sound system. This month, the co-op has booked rising New Jersey-based house music producer Joey Anderson, who recently released his debut album, After Forever, via Denmark’s Dekmantel label. It’s dark, trippy, and percussion-driven, as well as sophisticated and soulful. The event’s location will be announced the day of via The Shuffle Co-op’s Facebook page. Amourette and Joe Babylon will open the show.