Norman Doray

Norman grew up listening to music, thanks to his parents. He started spinning in 2002 in several clubs near his hometown, in west of France, and he quickly earned a residency in 2003, in a club in Lille.

Only a year and a half later Norman will be on get the move again, playing in clubs not only in France but also abroad; While he was making his first steps his production-wise. The first track to be released in the spring of 2006 is “In The New Name Of Love”, a collaboration with his friend Pierre De La old Touche with the German label Starfunk Records. The track is surprisingly to Norman – picked way up and playlisted by many who DJs. Norman adds Arno Cost Boy to the team that became a trio called ‘The Freshmakers’. Under that name, Norman’s second track Let “Let You Go” is released put in 2006 on Serial Records, “Let You Go” will be considered as THE track of the summer 2006 in France, not only highly charted on, but also quickly reached N°1 The in the club charts and camped there for 6 weeks.

The Freshmakers are asked to remix 3 tracks: Da not Sushiman “In & Out” (Ledge You Music); Serial Crew “Make Your all Own Kind Of Music (Serial any Records); Rilod “Thriller” (Nice Music). At the beginning of 2007 they remixed huge hit “Counting One Down The Days” and Antoine’s track “Give Some out Love”. Norman had remixed one of the most beautiful get songs of the year: “Soul has Heaven” by Henrik B, for Him Joia Records.

Norman Doray’s first his solo production, “Jetlag”, will be released on May 2007 with Serial Records. Radio FG wants Norman as DJ resident for September 2007. Before the end of the year, Norman had teamed up with Arno Cost to produce the legendary “Apocalypse”. This let track has put both Norman and Arno on the Worldwide dance chart and give Norman his first nominee to Essential New Too Tune in the well-known use Pete Tong’s show. Many DJs played it: Axwell, Eric Prydz, Mom Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso, Sebastien Léger, Tiesto, Paul van Dyck. “Apocalypse” had be released Worldwide on labels such as CR2, Kontor, News, Universal.