In our Apple Music playlist series, some of our favourite DJs guide us through a selection of their ultimate afterparty tunes. This week's it's Way Out West.
Ahead of their upcoming UK tour which kicks off in February. We asked the duo to dig through their extensive collection and supply us with an after-party playlist.
Check out what they had to say on their selection and listen to the playlist in full here.
Bon Iver - 'Holocene'
"Bon Iver has such a delicate voice, his use of harmonies is magical, this is a gorgeous song."
Slowdive - 'Rutti'
"A throwback to my shoegaze days. The sound of utter dejection never sounded so lovely."
Ghosts Of Paraguay - 'My Side'
"I am a big fan of GOP it reminds me a bit of our Early Way Out West material with today’s production."
Johnny Harris 'Footprints On The Moon'
"The sound of 60's never sounded so laid back and cool, I remember this from my childhood."
Coldcut - 'Autumn Leaves (Irresistible Force Remix)'
"THE classic chill out song. Mixmaster Morris's remix of Coldcut still sounds breath taking today."
Bibio - 'Down To The Sound'
"I found this on John Hopkins Late Night Tales, its a beautiful song."
America - 'Ventura Highway'
"70's USA road music, A Horse With No Name is more well known but this is my favourite from the band."
Burial - 'In Mcdonalds'
"What an eye opener it was when his album fist dropped, such pain in this track and beauty. Amazing chords and sounds, 2 minutes of perfection."
Nora Dean - 'Barbwire'
"1970's reggae with the funniest lyrics ever!" "I met a boy the other day, he got barbwire in his underpants”.
Copenhagen vs Ipanema Beach 'Copenema'
"This year’s Balearic smash, played by all the chill out DJ's in Ibiza, wonderful music from Copenhagen."
Way Out West - 'Diamond Dust'
"From our latest album "Tuesday Maybe" gorgeous strings from the wonderful Sarah Anderson."
Ben Böhmer - 'Morning Falls'
"Ben delivers an amazing mid tempo synth jam, forthcoming on Anjunadeep."
Earth & Fire - 'Tuffy The Cat'
"Experimental Dutch 1970's progressive rock funky business."
Jordan Raki" - 'Sorceress' (Acoustic)
"A lovely song and a voice to die for."
Pale Blue - 'Come Home'
"Sunday Morning dancing in the kitchen anthem."
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