By Jody Macgregor 18th Mar, 2014
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By Angus Paterson 12th Jun, 2012
Fans of Jody Wisternoff’s unique brand of sumptuous progressive house have much to celebrate at the moment, as this month the Bristol legend drops his debut solo album 'Trials We Blaze' on Anjunadeep. ITM finds out more.
By James Cayzer 7th May, 2012
"Here are some classics from the last ten-or-so years that really influenced me as a producer and a musician. It's hard to believe so much time has passed since some of these records came out. I feel old!"
By Melinda Keith 10th Mar, 2010
With the dance music industry ever-changing, it's interesting to conceive how one qualifies for inclusion in the Future Music extravaganza.
By William Zerno 8th Mar, 2010
_Rain rain go away, Come again another day_
By Jack Tregoning 8th Mar, 2010
The heavens were not kind to Future Music Festival in Melbourne, but there was plenty of spectacle to distract from the drenching. ITM has a round-up of all the action right here.
By Dave Ruby Howe 5th Mar, 2010
With the nation currently in the midst of a heavy Future Music Festival storm, it seems we just can't get enough of this summer festival finale. To get you in the mood for its last weekend, here's the best coverage of all the sideshows!
By Jack Tregoning 28th Feb, 2010
The 2010 Future Music Festival juggernaut fired into life yesterday, with thousands of revellers descending on Brisbane's Doomben Racecourse.
By Dave Ruby Howe 15th Feb, 2010
Ahead of Future Music Festival's arrival, John Digweed and Way Out West will be playing an exclusive club show for One Night Only.
By Angus Paterson 17th Jan, 2010
As if the lineup for this year’s Future Music Festival wasn’t colossal enough, now comes the news that an assortment of acts will be joining the tour, not the least of who are Way Out West and Spank Rock among others.
By Angus Paterson 26th Oct, 2009
"Hopefully, we’re thinking of coming out to Australia next March, as obviously there’s some great festivals happening that time of year.” So says Way Out West, who've confirmed they're in talks to join the massive Future Music Festival tour.
By Allan Schou 6th Oct, 2004
Bristol-based Way Out West - the partnership of dance dons Nick Warren and Jody Wisternoff - are delightful chaps, devoid of any superstar stoicism and full of down-to-earth diction and laughter.
By Kate Burgess 23rd Dec, 2003
As one of the Superstar DJs responsible for many instalments in the Global Underground compilation series and one half of Way Out West, Nick Warren has embraced the global clubbing village, extending the boundaries of prog house by incorporating a diverse