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DET 313 EP
Cat: UAR 001. Rel: 25 Feb 21
Deep House
  1. Omar S/Norm Talley - "Muggy Detroit Heat" (5:56)
  2. Norm Talley/Moodymann - "Jus Hangin" (feat Charlotte OC - mashed up by D'Julz) (7:21)
Review: There is a heavyweight selection of names on this first release from Norm Talley's promising new label Upstairs Asylum. Firstly, the man himself is a Motor City heavyweight who links with fellow luminary Omar S on the opener 'Muggy Detroit Heat.' It's an intense and steamy house track that bristles with raw melody. On the flip, French house icon D'Julz reworks a tune by Norm in cahoots with the one and only Moodymann. This one is all cuddly chords, romanic vocal chops and warm, rough edged house beats for those cosy basements.
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Constellation (Sushitech 15th Anniversary reissue)
Cat: SUSH 04.4. Rel: 07 Jun 21
Deep House
  1. Delano Smith - "Constellation"
  2. Norm Talley - "Detroit 2-Step"
Review: Sushitech continue to celebrate the depth and breadth of their catalogue with another 15th anniversary reissue in the form of this surefooted two-tracker from Delano Smith and Norm Talley. This is the sweet spot where Detroit house and Detroit techno intertwine, leading in with the dreamy haze and steady trucking groove of 'Constellation'. 'Detroit 2-Step' has a spicier demeanour which artfully merges sultry sax with an ear-snagging riff which sounds organic and metallic all at once. Again, the groove is locked down and impossible to shake off course, making this heady club tackle for those who want to season their set with some of the finest rollers in the game.
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Deep Essentials Vol 1
Cat: UAR 004. Rel: 01 Jun 21
Deep House
  1. The People (intro) (2:22)
  2. Holla-Day (4:22)
  3. One Track Mind (4:13)
  4. Deeptroitsrumental (7:14)
  5. D-Toolz (3:59)
Review: Detroit legend Norm Talley calling his new EP Deep Essentials suggests that, somehow, everything he makes isn't deep and essential. But it is. Anyway, here are five more perfectly designed grooves that sink you into a warm, smoky basement and keep you there. 'Holla-Day' has those trademark sharp hi hats and rolling drums, 'One Track Mind' has a hypnotic synth loop you hope never ends and 'Deeptroitsrumental' is a fantastically rickety drum workout that is primed for dance floor action. 'D-Toolz' rounds out with a sense of edginess, the promise of a big techno breakout that never comes but keeps you locked in hope.
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Tracks From The Asylum (reissue)
Cat: UAR 002. Rel: 26 Apr 21
Deep House
  1. Powder (5:59)
  2. Lost (4:55)
  3. Powder (Delano Smith More Powder remix) (7:09)
  4. Private Party (5:29)
Review: You'll struggle to find any deeper or more alluring tracks in Norm Talley's catalogue than 'Powder', the wonderfully hypnotic, locked in and subtly spacey opener from the Motor City producer's 2011 EP on Mixmode, Tracks From The Asylum. It's a good thing, then, that Talley has decided to reissue the sought-after EP on his own label. The Detroiter doesn't put a foot wrong throughout, with the chugging, beatdown-inspired brilliance of 'Lost', which boasts some sublime piano solos, and the up-beat hustle of 'Private Party' being equally as essential as 'Powder'. Speaking of that track, Delano Smith's 'More Powder' version is also worth a listen, featuring as it does slightly bolder synth riffs and a tougher, techno-influenced groove.
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Tracks From The Asylum 2
Cat: UAR 003. Rel: 11 Mar 21
Deep House
  1. Gonna Luv U (5:16)
  2. Detroit Dubz (7:24)
  3. In Your Soulz (8:29)
  4. Digital XTC (Detroit mix) (4:14)
Review: Recently Norm Talley launched a new label, Upstairs Asylum, and delivered a much-needed sequel to his superb 2011 EP on Mixmode, Tracks From The Asylum. A decade on from the record's original release, he's finally got around to producing a sequel. The native Detroiter predictably starts in fine fashion via 'Gonna Luv U', a chunky and locked-in house number rich in groovy bass, bold piano motifs, ear-cathing sax riffs and colourful P-funk samples, before heading ultra-deep via the beatdown-influenced haziness of 'Detroit Dubz'. 'In Your Soulz' sees him add energy-packed hand percussion and chiming lead lines to a bustling deep house beat, while 'Digital XTC (Detroit Mix)' is a spacey, hypnotic workout that sounds like it was tailor-made for dark warehouses in the hours approaching dawn.
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Beyond Time (Record Store Day 2019)
Beyond Time (Record Store Day 2019) (limited heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: LANDEDREC 012. Rel: 24 Apr 19
Deep House
  1. Beyond Time (8:36)
  2. That Detroit Bounce (5:36)
  3. A Love Story (5:12)
Review: Detroit Beatdown member and all-round Motor City legend Norm Talley is back on London imprint Landed, with this special release for Record Store Day 2019. Following up a terrific run of releases on FXHE, People Of Earth and Classic, he serves up "Beyond Time" with the driving and hypnotic dub techno excursion of the title track, followed by some dusty hometown style of deepness on "That Detroit Bounce" before closing it out with an infectious looped up disco re-edit in the form of "A Love Story".
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Pier Place Project
Cat: FXHENT 3. Rel: 24 Jan 19
Deep House
  1. The Runner (5:21)
  2. Twi-Lite (5:44)
  3. I'm Feelin' Hot (5:24)
  4. Starz (6:02)
Review: With this four-track EP, Alex 'Omar' Smith welcomes fellow Detroiter Norm Talley back to his FXHE label for the first time since the release of his 2017 debut album "Norm-A-Lize". The quality threshold remains high throughout, from the brilliantly bass-heavy Motor City deep house futurism of EP opener "The Runner" - all booming sub, swinging machine drums and looped space synths - to the jazzy deep house bliss of closing cut "Starz". In between you'll find the similarly enjoyable, Theo Parrish-esque jazz-house drums and glassy-eyed musicality of "I'm Feelin' Hot" and the sparse dancefloor dreaminess of "Twi-Lite".
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Norm A Lize
Norm A Lize (4xLP + insert)
Cat: FXHENT# 1000. Rel: 20 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Seneca St Gruv (5:09)
  2. Get On Up (5:43)
  3. No Need 2 B (5:10)
  4. Alright (feat L'Renee) (4:06)
  5. Cause I Believe (5:55)
  6. Da Hornz Norm (4:59)
  7. Dub Station (6:05)
  8. Earth Vabrations (5:13)
  9. Paradise Garage (5:36)
  10. The Body (5:09)
  11. The Rise (5:15)
  12. Get It Right (4:21)
  13. If It's Love That U Want (5:00)
  14. The Dream (5:04)
Review: Although not as celebrated as many of his Motor City contemporaries, Norm Talley has been a key figure on the Detroit deep house scene for the best part of 25 years. Here he presents his debut album, a set that appears exactly 20 years on from the release of his debut 12". It's a largely warm, rich and inviting affair, with Talley combining samples from classic disco, soul and boogie jams with his own drums, keys and chords. The results are uniformly superb, with highlights including the beatdown style hypnotism of "Dub Station", the disco-house bounce of "Alright", the deep and percussive dreaminess of "Earth Vibrations" and the brilliantly jazzy "Paradise Garage", where Talley cuts-up killer electric piano solos over a sumptuous, jazz-funk inspired house groove.
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Norm A Lize
Cat: AOS 410. Rel: 11 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Get It Right
  2. Seneca St Gruv
  3. Dub Station
  4. Alright (feat L'Renee)
  5. No Need 2 B
  6. The Dream
  7. Earth Vibrations
  8. Cause I Believe
  9. Paradise Garage
  10. The Body
  11. Da Hornz Norm
  12. If It's Love That U Want
  13. The Rise
  14. Get On Up
Review: Although not as celebrated as many of his Motor City contemporaries, Norm Talley has been a key figure on the Detroit deep house scene for the best part of 25 years. Here he presents his debut album, a set that appears exactly 20 years on from the release of his debut 12". It's a largely warm, rich and inviting affair, with Talley combining samples from classic disco, soul and boogie jams with his own drums, keys and chords. The results are uniformly superb, with highlights including the beatdown style hypnotism of "Dub Station", the disco-house bounce of "Alright", the deep and percussive dreaminess of "Earth Vibrations" and the brilliantly jazzy "Paradise Garage", where Talley cuts-up killer electric piano solos over a sumptuous, jazz-funk inspired house groove.
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Unity Vol 1 (repress) (feat Rick Wade, Mike Clark, Kai Alce, Kyle Hall, Eddie Fowlkes)
  1. Jon Dixon - "Riverside Drive" (5:40)
  2. Darren Abrams - "Detroit Ur My Star" (5:11)
  3. Rick Wade - "Terrific D" (5:56)
  4. Mike Clark - "In My Arms" (5:53)
  5. Kai Alce - "Morning" (7:01)
  6. Kyle Hall - "Pico" (6:14)
  7. Eddie Fowlkes - "Hold Me Down" (6:20)
  8. Santonio Echols - "Visionary" (5:29)
Review: The ever on point Upstairs Asylum present Unity Vol 1, featuring Jon Dixon, Darrin Abrams, Rick Wade, Mike Clark, Kai Alce, Kyle Hall, Eddie Fowlkes, & Santonio.
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