Waze & Odyssey rolled onto the scene in early 2012 with their debut release "Ah Baby (Here We Go Again)" EP on Petfood Recordings. Their sound could be described as MK meets Todd Terry meets the spirit of Tony Humphries at Zanzibar Club and it's a sound that has caused quite a stir with tastemakers across the board, with the likes of Lazaro Casanova, Friendly Fires, Bicep and Danny Daze all bigging them up. Their catalogue so far includes remixing for Trunkfunk, putting their own touch to No Artificial Colour's - "Detroit Baby What" and releasing on Body Work, which earned them a 9.5 out of 10 in the DJ Mag "Killer Tracks" feature. They also put together a coveted Data Transmission podcast with heavy support from their much loved fans, notching up one of the biggest ever listens in the series, next to acts like Disclosure and Maxxi Soundsystem. I Can't Hear You (Dance) out on vinyl only via Sccucci Manucci has recently caused a stir with plays on BBC Radio 1 from Annie Mac alongside plays on Rinse FM taking the boys to a wider audience. Their following release Feel My Voices got plays from Skream & Benga on BBC Radio 1 as well as Rinse FM plus many more. August 2012 sees the launch of their own vinyl only label W&O Street Recordings - launching with the massive Love That (Burns Hot Enough) / This Is How It's Gotta Be. Future releases coming from PetFood, Throne of Blood, Body Work, Wolf Music and our own label W&O Street Tracks.