Norman H - Wrapped In Plastic

Gaining support from Phil Thompson, Jerry Bonham, Hernan Cattaneo, Anthony Pappa, Moshic, Slaker and others, the new solo single from Label Manager/A&R Norman H released on Coldtap Recordings and called "Wrapped In Plastic" leads the listeners into a clean world of progressive house so that the two track succeed in captivating through a lush and unique sound.

Norm's Original Cherry Pie Mix opens up the A side and brings a somber progressive tune with some abstract melodic lines very ambiguously defined, contouring a solid and simple rhythm. The effected vocals, the bald bass line and the strange sounds give to the track a weird form of dizzy hypnotic track.

With some more dynamism and rhythm, the second version of the track, Lee Neilson's Agent Mix is contoured easily, containing a solid and clear groove, a pretty less abstract melody and a gripping and nice rhythm.

With a good taste not only for business but also for music, Norman H made a pretty good job with the 13th release of Coldtap, one to watch.

Norman H - Wrapped In Plastic
VERDICT
3.5

LABEL

Coldtap Recordings

CATALOG NO

CTAP 013

RELEASE DATE

July 18 2005

PUBLISHED

August 7, 2005 at 2:23 PM CEST

WORDS

Dragos Rusu

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