"Anjunadeep 09" by Jody Wisternoff on iTunes

38 Songs

EDITORS’ NOTES

Wisternoff and Grant weave an elegant tapestry of chill house gems.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Wisternoff and Grant weave an elegant tapestry of chill house gems.

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Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5

17 Ratings

Amazing, wow

The Cronk,

I can’t believe I’m the first reviewer. Love it, bouncy and euphoric tunes. Another masterpiece. Great job anjunadeep crew. Pls come back to L.A.

Groovy

RRobinson37401,

A lot of good music for varying deep dance tastes ... and you can delete any tunes you’re not particularly fond of if you subscribe to Apple Music (like I do), which allows you to create a self-curated playlist of the album that you can enjoy — without the hassle of having to skip over any songs you don’t want to hear.

Since we’re probably days, weeks or perhaps just months away from WW III breaking out and then spreading beyond the Korean Peninsula I’ve found this music to be very relaxing and therapeutic to listen to — before we are all wiped out — first by a nuclear firestorm and then the ensuing nuclear winter and concurrent collapse of the remnants of what’s left of civilization.

About Jody Wisternoff

One half of Bristol's veteran house and trance group Way Out West, producer and DJ Jody Wisternoff has also maintained a solo career, remixing artists while releasing his own productions of nostalgic electro and progressive house. Wisternoff launched his career in 1986 at the age of 13 when he became a finalist at the DMC World DJ Championship; two years later, he joined his brother Sam in the hip-hop crew True Funk Posse. The '90s saw him at the forefront of the U.K. rave scene as a member of both Way Out West (with Nick Warren) and Sub Love (with DJ Die), while the 2000s found him an in-demand remixer with work for Leama & Moor, IKON, Coalesced, and Astral Tiger. A string of solo singles from labels like In Charge (2006's "Nostalgia") and Dirty Soul (2007's "Starstrings" and 2009's "Welcome to Your Life") were electro-based and '80s-influenced, while the 2012 album Trails We Blaze, on the Anjunabeats label, returned to the genre of progressive house. Since then, he's released solo singles on AnjunaDeep, including 2013's "We Are Heroes" and 2014's "Paramour," and along with label manager James Grant, he's mixed several volumes of the label's eponymous compilation series. ~ David Jeffries

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