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1 - FXHE 10 Year Mix CD

    FXHE going for the professional look on this killer mix CD celebrating a decade of operations. Stone-cold classics like "Oasis#13" and the Omar S remix of Gunnar Wendal's "578" rub up against recent hits such as O.B Ignitt's "Oh Jabba", "SEX" and "Wayne County Hill Cops Pt.2". Vital!

    Norm Talley


      Detroit producer Norm Talley shares his debut album, “Norm-A-Lise” out October 9th on FXHE Records. From a prolific dance floor career comes this debut full length album.

      Featuring 14 original tracks with influences of disco, house, and beyond taking his signature infectious style deeper. The album includes a track written by FXHE label boss Omar S aka Alex Smith featuring L ‘Renee.

      More about Norm Talley :
      Having started his career when disco was king, Talley’s real life influences over his 25+ year career have included the originations of house through various iterations. His reference points as one of the original members of the West 6 Mile Detroit crew and his dedication to his Analog only studio position him as one of the more dynamic Detroit artists who’s finally taking the time to release a complete project for his long awaiting fans. 

      Omar S new album titled "You Want" featuring an all star cast of FXHE talent - John FM, Norm Talley, Ian Finkelstein, John Cloud, L'Renee, Brian Kage and Kingdom!

      Yes, you're right to guffaw at the price, but Alex has never been one to undervalue his art! And at four discs, he's spared no expense gifting every single track maximum fidelity on the wax!

      And honestly, this really is some of his most precious, personal stuff. Like a top drawer of tracks saved purely for this album, you almost sense he's been working at this collection for quite some time. There isn't a duff number amongst the set and he's kept it firm, direct and dancefloor based throughout, An absolute treasure for fans of FXHE and Omar S; there's simply no one out there that masters that Detroit bump more than this cat. Imperative!


      Matt says: Oh my! Alex keeps off the pinball machines and his sports cars long enough to offer us up some of his finest work to date. It might seem like one helluva investment but this is pure FXHE platinum collection. Miss at your peril!

      Keep techno FXHE Omar S' mission continues in earnest from the well respected Detroit base. Putting pinball practice on hold while he knocks out two idiosyncratic jams on his trusty hardware arsenal.

      "Another Man" recalls vintage house that traverses the Motor and Windy Cities - think early sample-based jams from Glenn Underground, Boo Williams, Pal Joey etc. Just a fat ass drum beat, funky hook and infectious vocal sample - magic!

      "SUV's Aka Fatass Mobiles" sees his patented outboard earn its crust as it powers itself up for a rattling and rambunctious ride through lo-fi techno. Detuned organs, searing strings and crackly-ass riddims mean this full throttle track should take no prisoners in the dance!

      As always, highly recommended stuff from our man Alex Smith. 


      Matt says: Two classic Omar S workouts here - one sample based and hooky AF, the other hardware-powered and rattling across the train tracks - locked, loaded and ready for action. TIP!

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