Magik Bullet Xmas Special

Jody Wisternoff (Way Out West)

Hoffman and Model 101




£5 NUS & Text list / £6 others before 12am.

We start at 10pm and end at 4am.

Jody (Way Out West)

Jody Wisternoff is something of a seasoned veteran. With an impressive career that spans 14 years to date, Jody has achieved commercial success and critical acclaim as a producer, remixer and DJ. In the late 80’s, legendary Bristol duo Smith and Mighty opened up their studio to two very young kids who went by the name of Tru Funk Posse (Jody and little brother Sam). These two self-taught, pre-pubescent hip hoppers had already produced a hefty handful of tracks utilizing a ZX spectrum computer, casio keyboard, and 4 track tape recorder. With a modified belt-driven record deck, the older member of TFP (not yet a teenager) learned to imitate the hiphop DJs of the time who were still inventing and mastering the art for themselves.
Under Smith and Mighty’s ‘Three Stripe’ label, the two youngsters released their first single – ‘Break the Beat’ (playlisted by Westwood), as well as accepted gigs anywhere the bouncers would let them through the door.

Breaking through to the finals of the DMC hiphop championships, they received national notoriety from mags such as The Face, Hip-Hop Connection, and I.D. Who was responsible for the musical side of the operation? None other than a pre-teen Jody Wisternoff who, as well as filling the world’s most illustrious dancefloors, is also one half of the pioneering dance act Way Out West. During the early 90’s, Jody became immersed in the free-party scene and scored regular slots at huge raves such as Universe and World Dance. A brief partnership with DJ Die resulted in a slew of underground releases under the moniker ‘Sublove’. However, it was ’4 AM’ (a bass-heavy, saxophone led house track recorded several years earlier and released on Smith ‘n Mighty’s Three Stripe, under the name Tru Funk) which caught the attention of one Nick Warren. It wasn’t until a good few years later, during Jody’s disillusionment with the increasingly aggressive hardcore/jungle scene, that a brief meeting between Nick and Jody (orchestrated by Jody’s father), resulted in the birth of Way Out West.

The mid nineties brought a regular slot on Bristol’s Galaxy Radio. By this time Jody’s DJ style had become predominantly house/techno, and as a result residencies at London’s Club UK and Bristol’s Lakota were secured. As Way Out West became more established DJ work went from nationwide to international. Jody released Two mix cd’s on Kickin Records (E-scension 1 & 2), and one on Bliss recordings (Way Out There). Regular trips to the US, South America, Asia and Australia have ensured that Jody’s current blend of enticing dance music is always heard. He also plays various one offs across the country, as well as residencies at Bristol’s Empathy and TimeLapse. Juggling WOW production, remixing, live shows, and DJing. Constantly at the cutting edge, embracing the exciting and new sounds, whilst shunning the populist/lowest common denominator floor fodder, Jody’s passion for music keeps him ahead of the game.

Check his upcoming shows!!!

18 Oct 2008 20:00 9005 Club, Munich
24 Oct 2008 20:00 Ministry of sound – Going places Heroes, London
25 Oct 2008 20:00 Escape Lounge, Amsterdam
1 Nov 2008 20:00 Sullivan room, New York
7 Nov 2008 20:00 Club Amnesia, Novi Sad
8 Nov 2008 20:00 Dokk Club, Hungary
15 Nov 2008 20:00 Saklikent, Ankara
19 Nov 2008 20:00 Indonesia, Indonesia
20 Nov 2008 20:00 Indonesia
21 Nov 2008 20:00 Indonesia
22 Nov 2008 20:00 Indonesia
28 Nov 2008 20:00 Jumeriah Beach Hotel 360 degrees club Dubai
30 Nov 2008 20:00 Galaxy Bar, Athens
12 Dec 2008 20:00 Kuudes Linja, Helsinki
13 Dec 2008 20:00 Magik Bullet, Plymouth
31 Dec 2008 20:00 Barra Grande,Bahia

And…….Plymouth on the 13th December….

Have a mix from Jody Wisternoff:

01. Transparent Sound – Cider Club (Vector Lovers + Transparent Sound Remix)
02. Tigerskin – Peter’s Secret Weapon
03. Tarrentella – Jigsaw
04. Satoshi Fumi – Ptoremaic
05. Eelke Kleijn – The Night (Add2Basket Remix)
06. Chakaharta – Heartland [Harmonious Discord]
07. Digitalism – Apollo-Gize (Fred Falke Remix)
08. Behrouz – Time Travel
09. Anil Chawla & Dale Anderson – Minimalize
10. Trick & Kubic – Nunsdorf City (Solar & Poppcke Remix)
11. Studio Apartment – I’m In Love (Rasmus Faber Epic Remix)

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Mix from Jody Wisternhoff (Way out West)

Posted in news at September 18th, 2008 / 1 Comment »

Jody from Way Out West

Jody from Way Out West is headlining Magik Bullet in December, check this mix out to get a flavour of what he is all about.

01 Scope – Omoplata [Soma]
02 Lil Dirty – Vintage ( Jim Rivers Remix )
03 Tim Andreson – Grasshopper ( Dale Anderson Remix )
04 Anthony Middleton – Underneath The Sky
05 Nick Dare – Dub People
06 Pak & Vak – Violent Rooms ( Blackfeel Wite Remix )
07 David Jimenez – Sirocco ( Le Noir & Meriton Remix )
08 Action Level & Solila – Ferracosmo ( Solila Cosmo Mix )
09 ? – Thinking Of You ( Ricky Ryan Edit )
10 Duane Barry – Soft Light

01 Mirror Music – Midnight Sun ( Questionmarq Remix )
02 Hot Chip – Touch Too Much ( Kollectiv Termsrasse Remix)
03 Dolle Jolle – Balearic Incarnation ( Todd Terje Remix )
04 Foals – Olymic Airways ( Wudwerd Remix )
05 Jimmy Van M Feat Steve T – My Eyes ( 2 Am Mix )
06 Burial – Archangel ( Nomad In The Dark Remix )
07 Analog People In A Digital World – Follow The Footprints
08 Jay Leblone – Alma ( Francois Dubois Remix )
09 Bruna – From Lovers To Friends


The results of the text question

Posted in news at August 24th, 2008 / No Comments »

To those that know. The answer is a resounding YES. Looking forward to WOW playing in December….