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Les concerts plage de l'Escalet - Dj set Norm - electro "Balearic Beat"

Cultural, Festival in Ramatuelle
  • Reconnexion electro concert organized under the aegis of the Tourist and Cultural Office
    Feet in the Escalet sand, or head in the stars

  • When playing in clubs, Norman is sensitive to the cold atmospheres of the European electronic and dance scenes of the 80s and 90s. He shares the line-up of DJs such as Palms Trax, Kamma & Masalo, Mendel, Barbara Boeing, Habibi Funk, John Gomez and Trujillo, across Europe, North America, Brazil and Lebanon.

    His musical biography and influences
    Norm creates his music in his home studio in Brussels, where he has lived for the past 3 years.
    The artist, who grew up in Plan de la Tour,...
    When playing in clubs, Norman is sensitive to the cold atmospheres of the European electronic and dance scenes of the 80s and 90s. He shares the line-up of DJs such as Palms Trax, Kamma & Masalo, Mendel, Barbara Boeing, Habibi Funk, John Gomez and Trujillo, across Europe, North America, Brazil and Lebanon.

    His musical biography and influences
    Norm creates his music in his home studio in Brussels, where he has lived for the past 3 years.
    The artist, who grew up in Plan de la Tour, continued his schooling in the Gulf of Saint-Tropez, where he gained his first musical experience at the Conservatoire Rostropovitch Landowski. He studied drums, guitar and keyboard. As part of his studies, he traveled to Sydney, Oslo, Portland, Amsterdam... all great cities that broadened his musical influences and discoveries. "That's when I started collecting records and exploring new musical genres to unearth forgotten or unfairly overlooked tracks," he says.
    In 2016, he founded the Bayetë collective with two friends, sharing their musical finds and creating a YouTube channel to publish their digitized record collection. This platform allows them to become known to the general public and to be invited to broadcast their records on radio shows (NTS, Rinse, Le Mellotron). They play their selections in clubs and festivals internationally.
    In 2019, they launch the Native Dance label, distributed by Early Distro (IT) & Rush Hour (NL), to share excerpts of their favorite tracks reissued in a DJ-friendly format. Always on the lookout for self-produced records and other musical curiosities, they offer them for sale via their webshop Memorabilia.
  • Environment
    • Feet in the water: beach
  • Spoken languages
    • English
    • French
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    • Parking
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  • On July 8, 2024 at 9:00 PM
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