Fresh House & Tech - Good Vibes
Way Out - a party for people who love to party. This party is all about giving great house music to a great crowd, everyone being on the same level and zero pretentiousness.
This is the party for people who want to feel at home, surrounded by friends, listening to the freshest most innovative house music provided by London's underground Dj's and producers.
Born in the early Eighties, Chris was never really inspired by music until much later on. He never played with his dads samplers or sneaking in late at night from illegal raves. He was much more the average child. He shone a light for girls and football … unfortunately neither really took a shine to him so...
Fast forward. It’s the late 90’s. Trance is cool and drinking now legal young Chris got hot into the dance scene by spending most Saturdays in Sheffield’s prime dance spot, Gatecrasher. The penny drops and the journey begins in earnest.
The beat making begin and the wheels of Chris’s career in musical architecture had been set in motion. His early works were manufactured on an unlikely catalyst to this story, the Playstation. Choice of software? Music 2000.
As one could imagine, it took a while for things to really take shape and of course, stepping up to a more professional level of software was needed in order to create a paradigm shift. Up stepped Reason software. He has stuck with Propellerheads’ finest creation ever since.
Early signings included artistry for labels such as Distinctive and Renaissance recordings before Chris really found his mark in Inxec with Contexterrior records. With five delectable releases on the forward thinking Techno label, Inxec has gained respect for pushing the boundaries and never having to move away from the direction he has wanted for his sound - mostly down to the belief of his label owner Jay Haze, who has gifted the world with Inxex’s pioneering flavour.
Now a frequent dj and live act across the globe, and with a recent residency at Munich’s Harry Klein club, Inxec is becoming a definitive name worldwide. With Upcoming releases on such labels as Cocoon and Stock 5 in the early part of this year, Mr. Sylvester will shine on us all.
Dodha has a long-standing and productive relationship with House Music, beginning in the early nineties when he began releasing records under numerous guises. A fan of straight-up house music, soul, funk, rock and disco; Dodha relentlessly creates grooves while blending other musical elements into his productions.
Having DJ’d alongside the likes of Tobi Neuman, Pierre Bucci, Dan Berkson, James Watt & James Priestley; from London to Miami Dodha has a strong set supporters in-the-know and is one to watch for 2010.
Born and raised in Poland Kasia discovered electronic music in her early teenage years.
After moving to London in 2000 and being inspired by the club scene and music, she started collecting and playing her first records.
Her first professional step into the electronic music world was in London in 2005.After her first DJ gig she started working her way through the underground party circuit in East London. She played gigs at Alhambra warehouse, Russian Bar, Big Chill, 1001 Cafe, Shackwell Arms, Dolphin Pub and many underground warehouse parties.
Her DJ sets are reflected on weird and challenging music. Sound somewhere between house and techno, with a healthy dose of groove and funk.
Kasia has completed an EMP Diploma in ‘SAE INSTITUTE’ and is currently spending time in the studio developing her sound and techniques hoping to release her music very soon.
Always fascinated by electronic music since childhood, John Paul's fast movement from djing to producing was inevitable.
Born and bred in london, with regular trips to Berlin and Ibiza to fulfill his desire for fresh music since the age of 18.
Co founder of Way Out, and true lover of a pure party enviroment, with an unmovable desire for new sound and creativity in music, and a pure love for house music and great parties and connecting with his crowd. Productions are being chipped away, hopefully releasing soon.
Keep it underground, it never stops!