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After a long hiatus, we’re back with episode 105 of the LoveBath!
Classically trained as a youngster Norm De Plume started DJ’ing in 1996, just before attending Bretton Hall arts college in the north of England to study his BA (Hons) in Popular Music. The unique and progressive approach to teaching and the freedom to the explore sample based music / DJ culture was the building block for his career and remains a huge influence. Norm started out playing Funk and Hip Hop and learning Turntablism whilst he was at college. He moved to London to DJ and work in the music industry in 2001 and started to delve deep into the capital’s Deep House & Disco scenes, two genres he settled on and stuck with. He played Deep, Underground & Disco House in the UK’s capital for the following 16 years. He cites his biggest influences as Ron Hardy, Theo Parrish and Sound Stream.
Here’s NDP’s fresh release on Better Listen >>
Leo Pol: You Got The Funk (Uniile Records)
Hotmood: Loose My Mind (Hotmood)
Norm De Plume: Strange Land (Better Listen)
Session Victim: Two Crowns (Delusions Of Grandeur)
Andy Ash: Unconcious Therapy (Delusions Of Grandeur)
Norm De Plume: Hear Us Now (Better Listen)
Sondrio: What Future Is This (Romantics)
The Spaces Between ft. Harry Dennis: Ghosts (F*CLR)
Santiago Salazar: Hey Life (Love What You Feel)
St. David: Sexy Funk ’98 (Let’s Play House)
Kid Fonque X Jonny Miller: Inertia Ft. China Charmeleon (Stay True Sounds)
Mr. G: Ease Ya Mind (Mango Boys Dub)(Phoenix G.)
Turn it up & enjoy!