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Will there be some unpublished productions coming soon?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.