Norm Talley | The East Village EP
|Tracks||A1. Ultra - Norm Talley - Original Mix|
|A2. Our Roots - Norm Talley - Original Mix
|B1. A Jazz Thing - Norm Talley - Original Mix|
B2. Deeptroitstrumental - Norm Talley - Original Mix
|Genre||Deep Detroit House|
FormatVinyl (ONLY) 180g Pressing
Cat No.DSR 001
Release Date(Vinyl - Feb 2012)
Mark Richardson @
Prairie Cat Mastering
Born and raised in the late 60s on Detroit's westside, Norm Talley is a true soldier in the Detroit House and Disco scene. Part of the legendaryWest 6 Mile Detroit crew along with other "cats" like Mike Clark, Mike Banks, Cue and Billy Love, Talley sadly doesn't release a lot. Still, when he does, the track instantly becomes a classic. So if you like your Motor City House deep and raw, look no further… because Norm Talley has a new release out! And The East Village is a fantastic EP that doesn't disappoint. Taking you on a magical journey, it's a big MUST for any Deep House music lover…
A1. Ultra - Starts the EP off in true Norm Talley style with a really stirring vibe that instantly puts you in the mood to party. It's the sort of sound that makes a cold warehouse warm. A really low-slung groove that hooks you in and keeps you there. Fantastic!
A2. Our Roots - Once again bristling with that stirring vibe that Talley does so well, this is a powerful and moving, deep ass track which is perfect for building the atmosphere in your sets.
B1. A Jazz Thing - This little gem really splits the EP up and showcases Talley's love for the Jazz sound. A really funky peak-time track, it's guaranteed to buzz out the crowd. Do I see this going off in DC10 this Summer? Oh yeah!
B2. Deeptroitstrumental - The EP ends on a high with what I consider to be the finest track on the release. Love the lush keys, tight raw-grooved drums and deep, experienced sound that Talley treats us to here. Real right, as they say!
Mastered by the fabulous Mark Richardson Prairie Cat Mastering in the US and released by Dockside Records on 180g vinyl ONLY, this 12" cut is truly Hot Plastic!
Words from Jon Reynolds