Way Out West Studio Tour

Analog fest from the Bristol production team.      22/08/08

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10:32 mins

Way Out West have been at it - (making cutting edge progressive house that is) for over 10 years. The Bristol based duo of Jody Wisternoff and Nick Warren are both experienced DJs as well as applying their talents to production. With two albums already released: 1997’s Way Out West on Deconstruction and 2001’s Intensify, followed by their third �Don’t Look Know� in 2004. Album four is reportedly on the way, with new single "Spaceman" just. It’s been a long process, three albums in ten years ain’t exactly prolific, but they’ve been hard at work remixing too, with over 75 mixes to their credit as Way Out West and many more as individuals. Some of the acts knocking on the door for a sprinkle of their magic dust have been: Art of Noise, BBE, Dubstar, Faithless, M-People , Marcella Detroit, Orb, Orbital, Paul Van Dyk, BT. Their secret studio laboratory is a shrine to working in the analog way – with synthesizer performance at it’s heart. We were lucky enough to get a look around. Many thanks to FeedBack PR for there help in making this happen.

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