Tuesday, May 01, 2007

It might just be good for you

If you are a fan of the group Way Out West, then you may be familiar with Jody Wisternoff. As part of this ubiquitous progressive house act know for such tracks as "Stealth" and "Mind Circus", the 26 year old european DJ, remixer, and producer has definitely made a name for himself in the last few years. His production work is nothing short of perfect, having released several tracks in 2006 that progressive house DJs all over the world are rocking at the moment. This includes "Cold Drink, Hot Girl" as well as "Nostalgia", released just a few months ago. Both of the aforementioned track are available for digital download at Beatport. Each month, Jody releases a new house mix titled "Way out There", usually on Proton Radio. They contain a collection of released and upcoming house tracks that are sure to be big in the coming months. On April 26th, Jody released his newest Way Out There mix in two parts, containing new tracks such as "Armed" by Pryda (Eric Prydz alias), and legendary vocalist Billie Ray Martin called "Undisco Me".

But what really caught my attention is the first track on Part 2 by a group called Relation. The song titled "Your Tiny Mind" as remixed by Lifelike is stunning. It sort of reminds me of something by Tiga or the Killers, with a male vocal over an uplifting synthesized and melodic harmony. It is by far the classic sound of Lifelike, better know for his remix of "Discopolis" early last year. Check out a clip of "your tiny mind" below. Enjoy!


Anonymous said...

Hi. Check out the original mix of YTM plus some of our other tracks:


[ relation ]

DJ JT said...

Sweet! and thanks for helping me realize that is actually "your tiny mind" not "world". brilliant track and great lyrics. who is the vocalist?

Anonymous said...

[ relation ] is Oliver Keech and Andy Leary. All lead vocals by Oliver.

Anonymous said...

I agree the Track "you're tiny mind is outstanding classical Track by all means of melodic tunes, i made a more clubbing version of it, check it out. A.E.R