Flying Frenchman and general Big Room enthusiast Norman Doray needs little introduction to the seasoned Progressive House aficionado. But where his reputation has continued to flourish in the wake of his debut compilation for Strictly Rhythm last year and a recent anthem alongside French peer Arno Cost and Dutch Mixmash maestro Laidback for ‘Trilogy’, Doray has shown no signs of letting the quality dip for 2012. Having been sat in the oven since 2010, one track from the Parisian House master has kept fans alike praying for its untimely emergence. Lacing a rigid bass line alongside a perky synth line and the solid drums we have come to associate with his eclectic club stylings, ‘Leo’ deals in a consistent outburst of dynamic energy that Norman Doray has come to encapsulate amid the European House explosion.

‘Leo’ is released soon via Spinnin Records.

Words by Dan Carter

11 Comments to “Preview: Norman Doray – Leo [Spinnin]”

  • Finallyy! Beautiful, melodic track

  • Amazin’ ! :D

  • Phat! got some apocalypse feelings from this one

  • THIS is real hard shit. Can’t wait for it!

  • about time, loving the simple melody

  • Äntligen!

  • Has a little of the Thomas Gold Judas melody in it. Not bad.

  • @Trey: I was thinking the exact same thing, but that’s not a bad thing since the track is still it’s own for sure.

  • that photo was taken in australia. pretty weird for someone just to take a photo of him going to an ATM?

  • @Matt : lol i was thinkin the same thing when i saw your comment

  • full shikki support! :) BRAVO! super tune!

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