Souldynamic In 5 Records
Italian duo Souldynamic (Luca Ciotoli & Stefano De Magistris) first started producing House music in 2007. They had their first official release at the beginning of 2007, perfectly in time for the Miami WMC, on Bobby & Steve Zoo Groove Stereo Recordings. Since then they’ve had many releases & remixes on acclaimed record labels such as King Street Sounds, Tony Records, Soulfuric, Code Red, Underground Collective, Purple Music, Favouritizm, Soundman on Wax, Seamless, and they have worked with some of the most known, talented singers such as Angela Johnson, Ann Nesby, Robert Owens, Dawn Tallman, Ultra Nate, Roland Clark, Susu Bobien, Leslie Carter, L.T. Brown, Keith Thompson, Darryl D’Bonneau, Melba Moore, Pete Simpson, Joi Cardwell and many others.
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1. Souldynamic ft. Miranda Nicole – Trust (Tribe Records).
This production gave us 100% satisfaction, from all the arrangements we did by ourselves to the marvelous Miranda Nicole’s vocal interpretation, to arriving at the legendary Tribe Records. This gave us the opportunity to get into various DJ playlists. Joe Claussell, Danny Krivit, Tony Humphries, Djeff Afrozilla are among the DJ’s that played this track, and this make us so proud. Its probably one of those tracks that brought Souldynamic name to the next level.
2. Chieko Kinbara ft. Josh Milan – Higher love (Souldynamic Rmx) KSS.
We’ve remixed quite a lot for NYC based label King Street Sounds, but when we first got the request to remix our favourite singer ever in the scene “Josh Milan” we couldn’t believe in it. Both mixes, vocal and dub mix fit nicely for any underground dance floor. It was a pleasure to hear one of our favourite DJ “Ron Trent” playing it live in Naples in front of 1500 people!
3. Souldynamic ft. Angela Johnson – Love (Zanz Mix) Tony Records.
Since the beginning of our career, it’s been a dream to work with a Soul Diva like Angela Johnson. We’ve been following her for many years and it was so we could rewarding to collaborate with her on “Love”. We both remember working for weeks on the original mix to make it as sophisticated as possible so we didn’t disappoint her on the demo mix. She accepted to sing on it and she did a marvellous job. Releasing this on Tony Humphries label “Tony Records” was a big achievement, so we dedicated the “Zanz” Mix to Tony in Honour of the “Zanzibar” the legendary club in New Jersey where he started his career in 1982.
4. NYC Peech Boys (A Larry Levan Project) – Stay With Me (Souldynamic Old School Mix)
The “New York City Peech Boys” were a band composed by Larry Levan, Bernard Fowler, Steven Brown and different other artists, we guess we don’t need to tell you how satisfying it was to remix a project created by the House Music mentor Larry Levan for two young guys living in such a small town in the heart of Italy. The vocals of this track were on Tape, the label digitalised them and commissioned different remixes. The lyrics are absolutely impressive, just listen to it and you’ll recognise. Opportunities do not happen often in life to work on something precious like this.
The release also went out on an extravagant orange vinyl and it was amazing to see the “Souldynamic Old School Mix” on the A1 side.
5. Souldynamic – The part as the future (Zoo Groove Stereo)
It was hard to compose this selection of 5 tracks. This was our first record ever released in 2007 via the legendary Bobby & Steve label Zoo Groove Stereo records. After years working on music, demos, listening for hours to our inspirational artists both past and future, we finally made the Souldynamic project become a reality.
We released a Philly Sound inspired track where we played all the strings and leads arrangements, along with the groove. The feedback was unbelievable with great support coming from Joey Negro and other names in the scene.