Waze & Odyssey
|Waze & Odyssey|
|Genres||House, tech house, deep house, techno, bass|
|Labels||W&O Street Tracks, Wolf Music, Tsuba, RCA|
|Associated acts||Dusky, Eats Everything, The Martinez Brothers, Patrick Topping, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Disclosure, George FitzGerald, Hot Since 82, Jonas Rathsman|
Waze & Odyssey are a British electronic music and DJ duo consisting of Serge Santiago and Firas Waez. Coming together in Autumn of 2011, the duo came to prominence after releasing on labels such as Wolf Music, Lets Play House, Tsuba and Throne of Blood. Waze & Odyssey head their own record label, W&O Street Tracks, that has seen releases from Kill Frenzy, Lancelot, XXXY, Eliphino, Citizenn and Ejeca. The label has received plaudits from XL Recordings and Feel My Bicep Blog 
Waze & Odyssey have toured extensively across Europe, USA and Asia. They have played many of the worlds biggest and most influential clubs such as Panorama Bar (Berghain), Fabric, The Warehouse Project, Amnesia and at festivals including Hideout, Glastonbury, EXIT Festival, Bestival, and Secret Garden Party.
The pairing have released records on Wolf Music, petFood, Disco Bloodbath, Lets Play House, Tsuba, Throne of Bloody, and their own label W&O Street Tracks.
In 2012 they were nominated for Best Breakthrough Producers at the DJ Mag Awards.
W&O Street Tracks
In 2012, Waze & Odyssey started their own label W&O Street Tracks, releasing across vinyl and digital formats.
As well as releasing their own music, the duo have championed the likes of Sage Caswell, Ejeca, Citizenn and XXXY, Lancelot, Kill Frenzy.
The label has seen support from the likes of Maya Jane Coles, Dusky, Mr G, Agoria, Huxley, Eats Everything & more.
Bump & Grind 2014
In late 2011, the duo created a bootleg containing R. Kelly's "Bump n' Grind" and MK's version of "Push the Feeling On" by Nightcrawlers to play in a DJ set. Having played it to Skream, he then requested a copy and the track took on a life of its own, going on to receive heavy club support across the UK and abroad from the likes of DJ EZ, Horse Meat Disco, Duke Dumont & more.
In 2013, Sony Records approached the duo to release the record. The track released by RCA sold over 200,000 copies in the UK alone and became a number 3 hit, attaining a higher first chart placing than the original record. The track featured an official remix from Paul Woolford (DJ) under his Special Request alias.
As lead artist
|UK||UK Dance||AUS||AUS Dance||BEL||IRE||SCO|
|"Bump & Grind 2014"
(with R. Kelly)
|"I Want You You You EP"||2012||Throne of Blood|
|"Love Attack"||2012||Disco Bloodbath Recordings|
|"Feel My Voices"||2012||Wolf Music|
|"Love That (Burns Hot Enough) / Ma Body"||2012||W&O Street Tracks|
|"Be Right There EP"||2012||Mad Tech|
|"Don't Bring Me Down"||2013||Tsuba Records|
|"Feelin You"||2013||LPH White|
|"Please Don't Dance EP"||2013||Dirt Crew Recordings|
|"Real Good Like EP"||2014||W&O Street Tracks|
|"Let's Call Out"||2014||W&O Street Tracks|
|"Ways of the Underground"||2015||W&O Street Tracks|
|"Bounce"||2015||W&O Street Tracks|
|"On The Downlow"||2015||W&O Street Tracks|
|"Your Love"||2012||Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs|
|"Need U (100%)"||2013||Duke Dumont|
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