|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||I Still Believe||3||Audio||2005||District Records|
|2||I Still Believe||3||Audio||2005||District Records|
Nick van Mansum and Dennis Dekker both started off producing music back in 1996.
Trying out different styles as they went, they first came together for the music at 1998, when they experienced that their affection for trance - back then a new style of dancemusic on the rise - turned out to be the same.
They developed a number of projects together, but went on their separate ways during the millenium.
Nick got 2 releases with the Project "The Matriarch" in 2001 and 2002, but after a small period of silence Nick and Dennis again put their minds together again, and started the project "Dynamic Sense" at january 2003.
Basically Dynamic Sense stands for trance in all possible forms and elements.
With a lot of percussion, various classic elements, and powerful lead synths, they try to express themselves on the track, transferring the various emotions to the crowd.
Their first track "Skinny Dip"(a clubtrancer) was to be released on CD funded by Club Charts and a small succes in the Netherlands.
After doing two remixes for Ernesto vs. Bastian in 2003, they joined the remix contest for Scott Bond vs. Solarstone - Naked Angel, and became one of the silver winners.