Parisian big room pundit Norman Doray has announced a new dual label and radio venture entitled Reecords for the fourth quarter of 2013. Off the heels of back-to-back hits “Filtre” and “Troublemaker,” his debut radio show will emerge within October, with a subsequent label debut from Doray himself promised before the year is out. The news drops in the wake of fresh remix duties for Robin Thicke’s “Give It 2 U,” adding yet further industry stripes to the New York-based talent and his ongoing clutch upon the heartstrings of global club land. Stay tuned for more information regarding the new label / radio venture and catch his crossover appeal in full-force after the break. (more…)Posted by
From early Tim Berg collaboration “Tweet It” to 2012’s “Celcius,” French big room pundit Norman Doray has always been a welcome face at Size Records. This month, Doray is back with “Troublemaker” to prove that his love of peak time club fuel and filter-house escapades has never been better balanced. As featured in Steve Angello’s Essential Mix, the long serving Parisian artist digresses from that of his funkier edge of LE7ELS predecessor “Filtre” with a strong affirmation of his powerful ear for the big room. Those bodied ‘Size’ synths and searing electro leads are in full effect, pairing with Doray’s own affinity for on-point beats to score a third fatal strike for the label. His output for Angello’s army may still be sparing, but tracks like “Troublemaker” are sure to keep the Frenchman on solid ground with an imprint only growing stronger and more relevant with age.
Norman Doray‘s mellow approach to groovy modern house produced “Filtré” for fans of eras past earlier this month when released on Avicii’s LE7ELS imprint. His pure, French-influenced outing boasts a timeless aura, but that time capsule and its entrapped listeners already have the chance to rebound to 2013 with the track’s remix package. Chocolate Puma takes the lead in restoring the clock while maintaing original integrity; implanting natural percussion at the forefront but leaving the groove-laden backbone its breathing room. Where nu disco meets old disco, snare is thrown in the mix to provide “Filtré” with yet another distinction.
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