The band of Way Out West is a UK progressive trance, house and a group of progressive breaks from Bristol, England. It consists of producers at the same time DJs Nick Warren and Jody Wisternoff. The band was famous in the 90s with songs that hit the chart and released a number of albums. The Way Out West members have their share of beginnings too, this article gives an information about them.
Jody Wisternoff is one of the two members of this band, actually he is already a seasoned veteran who possesses an impressive career for almost eleven years. Also, Jody has been successful in the commercial industry and acclaimed as a remixer, producer and DJ. Towards the end of the 80s, two legendary Bristol in the name of Mighty and Smith opened their studio to two promising very young kids whom carried a name Tru Funk Pose, the group was composed of Jody Wisternoff and his brother Sam. The talents of these two pre-pubescent hip hoppers were only self-taught and even at their very young age, they were able to produce a handful of hefty tracks that utilized one of the first drum machines that are computer based and ran on ZX Spectrum. It is a classic computer that the keys are made of rubber, this can be best remembered for various games like Attic Attack and Jet Set Willie. The older member of Tru Funk Pose, Jody Wisternoff who is not yet a teenager learned to copy the DJs of that time who were under the genre of hip hop while they were still developing and mastering the art.
Nicholas John Warren
Nicholas John Warren is a producer and a DJ from Oxfordshire, he started as a gamekeeper before pursuing a career as a DJ. He is a much loved progressive and trance DJ who started his career path in playing hip hop, dub, acid house and different styles in the UK during the early years of the 90s. He got his first break when he became a DJ at Vision located in Bristol, he met various people and gained friends like Daddy G. His friendship with Daddy G led him to become the Massive Attack’s tour DJ in the first major USA tour. Aside from this, he worked in the record shop of Bristol Sidetracks. Also, Nicholas John Warren was extremely popular at a nightclub Cream which is based in Liverpool during the middle of the 1990s and became the other production team of Way Out West. This band gained massive club hits such as The Gift and Ajare