Hailing from ‘the Eternal City’, Dario and Rolando Bacci founded in 1997 a London based music production and label called Bacci Bros Records.
This journey takes off with a selection of melodic, soulful, funky and vocal house, electronic chill out, lounge and acoustic soul. Painting grooves from a colourful musical palette, the Bacci Bros. Skilfully throw elements and influences from Bossa, Soca, Mambo, Montuno, Tribal, Latin Jazz and West Indies’ sounds, into the Bacci Beat Blender, to mix with house grooves and break-beats. In 2000 they reached success with the production of ‘Movin’ Too Fast’ by Artful Dodger and Romina Johnson and ‘So Beautiful’ by Britalics (released on Azuli), with a string of records on the racks.
Complementing this exciting hot-pot of musical flavours is Rolando Bacci aka Hardage accomplished experimental electronic lounge and chill out productions joined by artist like: Peter Gabriel, Mark King (Level 42), Jocelyn Brown, Maxi Priest, Michael Franti (Spearhead, Disposable Heroes of Hypocrisy), Nina Miranda (Smoke City), Joy Malcolm (Moby, Incognito) and more. Hardage’s tracks have been included into the highest profile chill out compilations like Buddha Bar.
Bacci Bros Records is active with house, minimal, tech-house and deep-house releases from Pirupa, Deniz Kurtel, Face Off, TODDS!, Paolo “Madzone” Zampetti, Baggi Begovic, Laurent Wolf, The Dons and more.
In 2008 Bacci Bros Records dived into vintage sounds of soundtracks starting a new line of releases from 50’s, 60’s and 70’s Italian soundtracks creating unique compilations from composers like Ennio Morricone, Piero Piccioni, Luis Bacalov, Nino Rota etc. and became one of the leader label in this niche.