Monday, 7 December 2009

Future Perfect now available on our website

We're now selling Future Perfect & the Henry Saiz direct from, they're $0.99 each and you can get Apple Lossless or FLAC as well as the MP3 for no extra cost!

Tuesday, 1 December 2009

Forthcoming from Way Out West

Hi All,
Just to give you an early heads up, we'll be releasing a We Love Machine remixes album in Spring 2010. It will include a load of new stuff, including mixes by D.Ramirez, Elke Kleijn, Tom Glass and more to be confirmed. We'll also be selling a new T-Shirt design.

Our old label Deconstruction are also releasing our first big song 'The Gift', we're doing a new club mix and there will be other mixes, including one by Gui Boratto!

Thanks, Nick & Jody

Wednesday, 11 November 2009

Future Perfect - get on Beatport now!

Thanks for all the positive feedback on the Future Perfect release, it is now available as a pre-release on Beatport!

Tuesday, 3 November 2009

Future Perfect - with Henry Saiz Remix!

The second single from We Love Machine is 'Future Perfect' with a brilliant remix by Henry Saiz.
It's out as a pre-release on Beatport on 10th November. There have been some brilliant reactions from DJs, let us know what you think by leaving a comment!

Hernan Cattaneo - "Excellent!!"

Markus Schulz - "Love it!"

Simon Garcia - (Simon & Shaker) - "Original is a real beauty, and the Henry Saiz remix is a progressive monster! Great work guys."

Glenn Morrison - "Great release thanks for this."

Armin Van Buuren - "This is niceeee!"

Axwell - "I like both!!"

Guy J - "Both Original and Henry Remix for me , great stuff , good luck!"

Behrouz - "Like both the Original and Henry S rmx."

Kosmas Epsilon - "Original is just awesome!!"

Jerome Isma-ae - "Great! Full support!!"

James Talk - "Orig is nice!"

Steve Smart - (Kiss FM) - "Awesome piece of music. instant classic production."

Simon Jones - (Progressive-sounds) - "Future Perfect is without question one of the leading tracks from the album 'We Love Machine', a carefully crafted dancefloor piece which looks destined to become a classic. As such it's aptly named. Improving on this was never going to be an easy task but after remixing artists that include Bedrock, Sasha, Tiesto, Guy J and Jim Rivers, Henry Saiz once again proves why he is one of this year's hottest properties with another superb remix."

Tuesday, 27 October 2009

Videos From Amsterdam

Thanks to those who have uploaded some videos of our gig in Amsterdam last week! You can see a few more at the website.

Monday, 26 October 2009

InTheMix review of We Love Machine have given us a lovely review, and made We Love Machine album of the week!
You can get your copy at in a variety of formats including a deluxe signed edition, and choose from mp3 / apple lossless / flac!

The Review:
If you make your fans endure a five-year wait for a new album, you'd sure as hell better come back with something pretty special, but that's exactly what Way Out West have done with We Love Machine. It's a title that's fairly literal in this case, as it's a concept album of sorts – the direct result of duo Nick Warren and Jodi Wisternoff's love affair with old-school analogue music machinery, which saw them investing heavily in vintage synths and spending nearly $100K perfecting their studio while they were putting the album together (described as “staggeringly good” by Warren when chatting to ITM earlier this year). They even purchased one of only several hand-built synthesizers ever made from an enthusiast in Scotland, which is
apparently as big as a car. The Chemical Brothers took one, Vangelis purchased another and Way Out West decided they needed one too, and they say it was responsible for creating some of the amazing sounds on this album.

The irony then, if We Love Machine has such an 'analogue' focus, is how polished and hi-tech it all sounds. This would have a lot to do with the fact they also strived to unite all this old-school
equipment with the latest studio technology, soft synths and computers, giving the pair access to the bevy of instruments in their studio at the touch of a button. They've also pointed to the psychedelic soundscapes of Cosmic Disco as a big influence, the sound that emerged out of Norway a few years ago from producers like Lindstrom and Prins Thomas, and those spacey Scandinavian soundscapes are definitely present here. Combine this with the brilliant musicality they've developed after more than a decade of working together, and we've got what is easily Way Out West's best and most fully realised album to date.

My first exposure to We Love Machine was back in June, when Armin van Buuren of all people featured Ultra Violet in the opening half hour of his Essential Mix (Armin's Armada
stable is actually distributing the album throughout Europe,). My first thought at hearing the tune's lush analogue chords and achingly nostalgic vibes was, “what the fuck is that?” The rolling
basslines suck you in, and the angelic choral synths that kick in partway through lead you into one of the most spectacular breakdowns you'll hear all year. And it sets the tone for the rest of the album; there's just something special about the way the different sounds hold together. There's so much psychedelic detail here, but it all gels so coherently. More important though is the raw emotion that seeps right through everything that you hear.

There's a range of tempos on We Love Machine, which is one of the reasons it feels like such a “complete” album. You've got the more chilled, ethereal stuff we've heard from Way Out West in the past, that mostly defined albums like Don't Look Now and Intensify, but overall it's their most club-ready release to date with at least eight or so of the tracks primed and ready for the dancefloor. Future Perfect flows like the most blissful slice of prog house you'll ever hear in a
Nick Warren set, rolling along idyllically until they take it up a notch with a surprise burst of melody several minutes in. Pleasure Control and Surrender are similar-such tunes that you can expect to hear in both of their DJ sets, and Survival has what I'll class as one of the best male vocals ever heard in a dance tune. Heartfelt and gorgeous without being sickly sweet.

Whether you're listening to the album's slower, downtempo moments, or the songs that feature the higher BPMs, the thematic drive of We Love Machine carries through at all times. The psychadelia permeates to the core of what's happening here; all the swirly synths and trippy soundscapes, there's so much subtle detail but it's drawn flawlessly by the superb production. And rather than being a bleepy, difficult piece of electronic music, the emotion is present at all times, often in a way that you can't quite put your finger on.

It's like this machine is a living, breathing organism that you quickly grow to love, and musically, it's so perfectly realised that it leaves their old work in the shadows; and that's saying a lot. We Love Machine is beautiful electronic music pure and simple, and it's one of the best dance albums of the year. We love Way Out West.

Thursday, 22 October 2009


Thanks to everyone who came to see us at the Escape club in Amsterdam last night, we loved it!
There are a few more pictures on our website

Friday, 9 October 2009

New free song 'Sparkle'!

We are giving away a new song 'Sparkle' which is a bonus track not featured on the album!

Tuesday, 6 October 2009

We Love Machine - out now!

We Love Machine is out now at Amazon / iTunes / Beatport, plus direct from our site at!

Also, you can hear a Way Out West guestmix on John Digweed's transitions show this week, streaming links at

Monday, 5 October 2009

Nick & Jody review Denon DNS3700 CD decks for DJ Mag

Way Out West’s Jody Wisternoff and Nick Warren put the new Denon DNS3700 CD decks through their paces…
Read the review at the DJ Mag website

Monday, 21 September 2009

We Love Machine - buy now!

Thanks for all the comments from you after hearing the album, we've been overwhelmed with positive responses!

The album is now available to order direct from our website! All orders include an immediate digital download in Premium DRM-free 320kbps MP3 or Apple Lossless or FLAC (highest quality audio download available). You can choose to purchase just the downloads ($9.99), CD & digital ($12.99) or the deluxe package which includes a T Shirt and signed CD, as well as the digital version ($34.99).

Thursday, 17 September 2009

We Love Machine - listen to the full album

We really hope you enjoy the album, we've invested a lot of time and
love into it, as well as money on vintage synths! Please feel free to
post the album player on your own myspace / blog / facebook. Anyone
who hasn't already grabbed the free download of Ultra Violet can also do
so at the website, and the album will be able for pre-order in a variety
of packages from 21st September. Leave a comment and let us know what you think!

Monday, 7 September 2009

Only Love - Out now!

Hi Everyone,
Our new single Only Love is out now! You can buy the bundle on our site for $4.99 which includes all mixes of the song in high quality mp3, Apple Lossless or Flac files. Plus you get the artwork and official music video as part of the package!
Thanks for your support,
Nick & Jody

Thursday, 27 August 2009

Only Love - Official Video

The official video for Only Love is now finished and you can view it at the Way Out West youtube channel. It's been made by OnStudio, who also designed our album artwork, and we're really happy with the retro feel of it!


Thursday, 20 August 2009

Get Free track

To celebrate the launch of our new website, we are giving away free track UltraViolet, which is from the forthcoming album 'We Love Machine', released in October!
Hope you enjoy...

Tuesday, 18 August 2009

U.S date switch

Hiya, so the two USA dates have been switched, Houston is now on the Friday (18th) and Miami on the 19th.
Sorry for any confusion

Thursday, 6 August 2009

New single 'Only Love' Listen now!

Use the player below to hear our new single Only Love featuring Jonathan Mendelsohn, and remixes by John Tejada, Jerome Isma-Ae and Glimpse. It will be released in September, we hope you like it!

The new album 'We Love Machine' is due for release in October.

(Click embed or share to post this player)

Wednesday, 5 August 2009

USA shows announced

Hi All, we have two US shows confirmed as of today.
Shine Miami Friday 18th September and Rich’s in Houston Texas on Saturday 19th.
See you there :)

Tuesday, 4 August 2009


Here's a video of us playing the new single 'Only Love' at The Gallery the other night...

DJ Mag Top 100 Voting Open

It's DJ Mag Top 100 Voting time again, Way Out West play as a
'soundsystem' so aren't asking for your votes but Nick Warren & Jody
Wisternoff would be honoured to be on your list!
Thanks from Way Out West

Friday, 31 July 2009


Hi All, all the album promo starts next week (new release date of the album is 5th October) and the interview rounds have started. We’ll be uploading everything onto our website from monday as well as giving away free downloads and giving you the chance to buy deluxe packages of the album and merchandising.

Thursday, 16 July 2009

New Mix to download!

Register at WayOutWest.MU for a new 60 Min DJ Mix!
plus future news and exclusive tracks

Wednesday, 24 June 2009

Release Dates


Hi All, Thanks for everyone who came to Ministry last week. We now have release dates. The album will be out September 21st through our own label in the UK, Armada for Europe, Ingrooves/Fontana for North America.. The first single “Only Love” featuring Jonathan Mendelsohn on vocals with mixes will be out August 31st. Saucy!

Wednesday, 22 April 2009

Scottish Show Announced

We’ll be at The Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh on the 15th August.. looking forward to it, we think it may be our first time there. Let’s see if someone can prove us wrong.



Tuesday, 21 April 2009

Uk show announced

Hi All, just a quick note to let you know we’ll be doing the Soundsystem at Ministry of Sound on the 19th June.




Wednesday, 8 April 2009

We have put two of the new tracks onto our MySpace player.. the title track “We Love machine” and a vocal track with album’s vocalist Jonathan Mendelsohn called “Only Love”..check them out J

Saturday, 28 March 2009

Pool Party

here's a little clip

Thanks to all who came to the DJ Mag Pool Party! We're sitting at
the airport now heading to the show tonight in San Jose Costa
See you all soon.

Friday, 20 March 2009

New album done & dusted

Finally! Here is an interview with Nick from InTheMix ahead of his forthcoming Australia tour:

"It’s been in the works for a lengthy four years, but last week inthemix spoke on the phone with Global Underground regular Nick Warren who confirmed that Way Out West, the dance duo that he operates alongside production partner Jody Wisternoff, have just put the finishing touches on their brand new album.

“We finished the Way Out West album today, so all is rosy over in Bristol,” Warren told ITM on Friday morning. He says they’re extremely pleased with the results, and that it’s their best effort so far by a mile. “It’s a slight change of tact for us. We’ve been very influenced by the whole ‘Cosmic Disco’ thing in Europe, guys like Lindstrøm from Scandanavia… It’s only male vocals on this album, but it ranges from zero BPM up until 130BPM. It’s almost like Pet Shop Boys making a very cool underground record.”

Expect a long-player that’s very much in touch with Warren and Wisternoff’s clubbing roots. “There’s gonna be around 14 tracks on the album, and seven or eight of them are club based. So it’s still very much of a club-based, electronica album.” "

Monday, 2 March 2009

Future Perfect

Here then is the promo for the forthcoming new track by us called "Future Perfect" filmed at Nick's Twisted Audio show. We hope you like it please let us know

Thursday, 29 January 2009

Album Title

Yep, we’ve got one. And it is..”We Love Machine”. Mix downs still going very well, there is an end in sight. There’ll be a Youtube promo up of one of the tracks in the next couple of weeks so we’ll let you know once it’s ready to go. The footage will be filmed at Nick’s show at Babalou Brixton on the 7th Feb.

Tuesday, 6 January 2009

happy New Year

Happy New Year to you all. We did say we’d have the album mixed down by now but after a couple of false starts elsewhere we’ve bought a pair of these beauties, Adam A7 speakers to get the sound we were aiming for elsewhere but didn’t get and are doing the mix downs at our own place instead.