Adalwolf “L’Amour Toujours” Remix Contest: release date next 5th April

His name is Adolfo Morrone, but everyone knows him as Adalwolf and he is the winner of “L’Amour Toujours” Remix Contest, the competition ended last January and it has provided the opportunity to reinterpret the famous Gigi D’Agostino anthem, revived first by Dzeko & Torres and recently by the dj Alex Pizzuti, that made available the voices of the remake for those who love the art of remixing.
From the interesting tropical house version, Media Records EVO has given opportunity to remix, reinterpret, reinvent “L’Amour Toujours” to identify talents and offer all dj remixers a future with the e-label Firstplanet.

Voted on Soundcloud and judged by a professional staff, including Gianfranco Bortolotti and a large A&Rs team, the remix of Adalwolf stood out for its uniqueness. Adalwolf learnt about the contest “wandering on Facebook and after sharing the link in a group”.

How did you proceed and how did you choose the sound for your remix?
“The idea of ‘L’Amour Toujours’ was the result of a pure dance vein and so I tried to keep the soul and atmosphere of the track, trying to give a touch of innovation; not the usual low upbeat but a groove that could interface with the sound of the creator. The attempts were many but eventually I think I got what I wanted, say a Future Toujours that makes the track move”.

Will there be some unpublished productions coming soon?
“The projects in the pipeline are many with foreign labels, songs with sounds strictly groove house / tech, and with the historic Italian Media Records I think there will be something purely dedicated to the people, with sounds that characterize the south and the origins of our lands of sun”.

Who is Adalwolf?
Adalwolf started his music journey at the age of 13 almost as a game, attracted by the colors of the night, using software like “Music 2000 Demo” for PSX and then FL Studio. He has participated in contests like those of Danijay, Discoplanet, Ferry Corsten and Molly DOREMIX, always ranking among the first places. Over the last 5 years, he has focused on more current and contemporary sounds by remixing several important projects. His songs have been supported by DJs like SMDJ, Miami Rockets, Provenzano, Martinelli, Dino Brown, Danilo Secli, Massive Rock & ScaltraMix, Dj’s From Mars, René La Bulgara and Stefano Gambarelli.



Alex Pizzuti strike with “L’Amour Toujours”

Alex Pizzuti is a dj and producer from Calabria, a stunning region in Southern Italy. He has released “L’Amour Toujours” remake in full Tropical Mediterranean music.
How did you come up with the idea of a remake of “L’Amour Toujours”?
“The idea was that of bringing to life a world-class masterpiece that was a kind of soundtrack in my childhood”.
Tell us about some of your latest work. Any “work in progress” new production, ready to go?
“I’m currently working with a friend of mine, Adalwolf, we’ve released a song with Ensis records and we are making other productions close to house music”.
How would you define with your music style?
“I’m still looking for my own style, I like all kind of music, I like deep house and house music”.
How do you think the sound could evolve and be played in big live events?
“In the years to come it will all be live events. Musicians, producers, DJs will join in to create new genres. There will be more room for improvisation. I want to be part of the great world of djs and be remembered for something new”.
Is there an artist that inspires you or that you particularly admire?
“I love Kryder and Oliver Heldens”.
Which is the best record ever, in your opinion? Why?
“Currently the best label in the world is Spinnin’ Records, they release several international artists. but I’m sure that in a few years it will be replaced by Media Records”.
How do you feel about the collaboration with Media Records?
“Media records was my dream since I was a child, I inherited from my uncle (ex dj) several tracks of Media Records, in the 90’s it was the top record company in the world and I’m sure it will become a leader again”.
Have you a comment on your track published by Media Records? And has Media Records in some way changed or enriched your life as a producer?
“I now have the opportunity to release the cover of a legendary track with the label that brought to success so many Italian artists, and this for me is a great honour. Media Records is like a family and, now that I’m part of it, this will change my life as a DJ producer”.

Building on the Alex Pizzuti skills, FP providing the opportunity to remix, reinterpret and transform “L’Amour Toujours” to find new talents and offer all dj remixers a future with Firstplanet e-label:


Alex Pizzuti biography. Alex Pizzuti is a DJ/producer. He was born in 1995 in a small town in Calabria, a stunning region in Southern Italy. He was only 14 when he became aware of his talent. Alex started playing live in different clubs, also winning several music competitions as a young and emerging dj and producer. Leveraging on his natural musical instinct, he started writing and composing his first tracks together with local artists, who shared the same passion and love for music. His career took off in 2016, when he signed his first deal with one of the most influential independent labels in Italy ‘Smilax’, releasing his first music EP ‘Comfort zone’ recorded at Supersonic studio, also featuring Miss Julia, a well-known international singer. The EP got also remixed by Keejay Freak; this great producer remixes Lorenzo Jovanotti’s music, one of the most successful Italian artists. His tracks were also included in the official compilation of Universal music. Since then Alex never stopped playing as well as djing in a number of European countries, such as Germany and Poland, signing new deals with Dutch and Spanish labels. In 2017, he had an audition at the National Cinema Institute, based in Bologna, where he’s currently studying sound engineering, as he’s planning to get his at UCLA (Los Angeles).