Souldynamic have released a new EP titled Mizar.
Out today via their Excedo Records, Mizar is the first episode dedicated to the wonders of the universe. Inspired by the naked eye double in the constellation of Ursa Major, the two-tracker keeps on the label deep house mode: “cosmic atmospheres and heavy (Mizar) and acid oriented (Alcor) basslines guide us on this new exciting journey through the sky infinity,” a press release reads.
During their career, the Italian duo composed by Luca Ciotoli and Stefano de Magistris have played some finest clubs and international festivals like Southport Weekender, SuncéBeat, Cavo Paradiso, Duel Beat, Plan B (London), Kube, The White Hotel, Baut, Lanificio 159, and many more. Their track ‘Equatoriale‘ was played by Lil Louis at Concrete in Paris during the famous video that reaches millions views on social media. Last year, they released their debut album Origins via Tribe Records, and a remix for Starring XXVIII, Grammy’s nominated album by Little Louie Vega of Masters At Work.
The duo is also closing their chameleon trilogy, with the last episode coming out soon on 12” vinyl.
Last May the duo came to our HQ for a quick chat and a DJ set. Watch their interview and DJ set here!
Listen to some snippets for the EP below and grab a copy here!
01. Souldynamic – Mizar (Excedo Records) Edit
02. Souldynamic – Alcor (Excedo Records) Edit