[Audio] Jody Wisternoff’s ‘The Bridge’

 

Jody Wisternoff

In a true Bristolian meeting of minds Progressive pioneer and Way Out Wester Jody Wisternoff has enlisted the help of Sian Evans, from the amazing Kosheen, for his new single. Out this week on Anjunadeep, it’s titled The Bridge; his first single in 2015. As you’d expect from Wisternoff it’s classic and timeless Dance music  that’s fit for summer revelry.

The Bridge is a rock solid Balearic slice of chilled jubilation. Adding a modern twist to a truly pioneering sound, Jody serves up something that will appeal to both fans of his, and Way Out West’s historic releases and contemporary dancefloor groovers. Sian Evans instantly recognisable vocals take on an ethereal tone, adding an air of enigma to the tune as Wisternoff builds the tune to it’s euphoric finale.

♫ Jody Wisternoff (Feat. Sian Evans) – The Bridge

Jody Wisternoff’s The Bridge is out this week.

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[Download] Pat Lok reMixes Way Out West’s ‘UB Devoid’

 

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It’s a good day when Canadian purveyor of all things Disco and House Pat Lok finally drops his long awaited reMix of Bristol’s finest Way Out West’s UB Devoid. This dark and hypnotic tune from he Progressive House masters was a dancefloor staple around 2000 (back when Dance music’s biggest stars actually knew how to convey emotion with their music), now Lok has given it a workout and updated to for 2013. Check it out.

Lok keeps things dark and brooding, but injects the track with a ton of funk. Slowing things down a bit from the originals early 2000’s 130+ bmp, he creates a solid House track with leanings toward both a Disco groove and UB Devoid’s Progressive roots. Layering the tune with some sweet melodies, bringing a slightly Chicago feel to the tracks riffs. This track really is the best of all worlds, a little bit of everything wrapped in a dancefloor destroying package, and a nice bit of nostalgia made contemporary.

Way Out West – UB Devoid (Pat Lok 2013 reMix)

Way Out West’s UB Devoid EP is out now, and has been for a while.

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[MP3] Jody Wisternoff’s ‘Feels Like Yesterday’

Bristol dance music legend, both solo and as half of Way Out West, Jody Wisternoff dropped a new track this week. An unreleased tune from the recording of his Trails We Blaze album of last year. It’s a storming addition to the record, and it’s free, and it’s called Feels Like Yesterday.

Bringing together a solid Progressive vibe with a tiny nit of a Disco swing in the use of the breakbeat, Feels Like Yesterday is an intoxicating rush of emotional electronics. Gently pads and haunting piano are contrasted with a pounding rhythm to generate a euphoric, sunrise experience. Drawing you in with it’s synthetic beauty, Feels Like Yesterday soon leads you down a road toward a full-on synth wig-out. Captivating stuff.

Jody Wisternoff – Feels Like Yesterday

Jody Wisternoff’s Trails We Blaze album is out now.

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Way Out West Vs. FM Attack

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Canadian king of all things 80’s-esq House FM Attack recently reMixed the title track from Bristol’s electronica legends Way Out West’s latest album.

With no definite release in sight it’s possible the track is getting a single release (the album has already has a reMix package), and it deserves it, especially this mix. FM Attack brings his brand of pre-Dreamwave Nu-Disco with it’s lush synths and sparkling lead lines which effortlessly flow aver a hyped-up groove.

Way Out West – We Love Machine (FM Attack reMix)

Way Out West’s ‘We Love Machine’ album is out now.

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