Norm De Plume

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.

He’s worked for Jimpster’s Freerange Records and Delusions of Grandeur labels since 2003, producing and presenting the Delusions Of Grandeur podcast for 6 years. In 2010 he launched his own vinyl-only imprint Plumage. He's released EPs on Kolour Ltd, Delusions of Grandeur, Black Riot & Plumage and has remixed Tornado Wallace & Ben La Desh amongst others. His music has found global support from many DJs, producers and radio hosts.

He's a regular at the Delusions of Grandeur label parties in London & his international touring has taken him across northern Europe, to South America and Australasia. Norm relocated to Sydney in 2017 and hosts Sydney’s audiophile sound dance party: Analogue Discogue at East Sydney Community & Arts Centre & other venues around the city. With a substantial record collection & playing mostly vinyl his club sound is a mixture of deep, filtered dubby & underground house, disco edits and original disco 12s.



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