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House Music maestros Waze & Odyssey return this fall with another EP out on one of the most impressive new imprints of 2012, Body Work. Turn The Volume On/Rejected will be released September 10th, but it’s already picked up heaps of support including Pete Tong‘s early prediction that it was “set to be a massive track in Ibiza this year” on BBC Radio 1. Soulful, Balearic, and sticking to House roots, this EP from W&O gets full support from GDD™. √+ Continue Reading

The third release out on the newly formed Body Work imprint comes from Firas, one half of Waze & Odyssey and one hell of a House music producer. This two-pack of original productions, Stray/For Those Who Know, has hit all digital retailers today, and in the good spirit of Monday music, Firas has also decided to give away his previously “DJ Only” edit of Cassie’s ‘Just You.’ Stream the EP and download ‘Just You’ below! Continue Reading

The mysterious duo, Waze & Odyssey, have finally unveiled themselves today in an announcement of their new label, W&O Street Tracks. Their identities are finally out in the open, and we now know that Waze is actually Firas Waez — a DJ, promoter, and one half of the duo, Caze Nova — and Odyssey is Serge Santiago — a former member of Radio Slave and one half of Retro/Grade. Lots of serious talent up in this duo out of London as you can tell. Their first release is slated for sometime in September, and it will feature two tracks from the newly unmasked duo — ‘Love That’ and ‘Ma Body.’ Have a listen to previews of each below and pay attention to the Body Work label this July as W&O will be releasing an EP over there as well. √+ Continue Reading

The second release from John Power’s Body Work imprint has come out today, and it’s taken the form of a dichotomous EP from Detroit’s Waze & Odyssey — taking influences from House and Garage music that tantalizes and interests. The EP features three original tracks from the duo; all of which teeter perfectly between sexy House loaded with saxophone riffs and sultry female vocals, and the snappy, percussive sounds of NY Garage. Big ups Body Work. Keep the good ones coming…

Stream the entire EP and download a bonus track after the jump. Continue Reading