Charlotte de Witte, Enrico Sanguiliano distribute acidic remix of trance classic, ‘The Age Of Love’
Charlotte de Witte and Enrico Sangiuliano have released their highly anticipated remix of Age Of Love‘s 1990 trance classic “The Age Of Love” via Diki Records. The staggering rework, which follows the KNTXT label head’s adrenaline-fueled Formula EP released in April, lands as an alternative take to one of dance music’s most iconic tracks. The recently engaged Belgian-Italian couple shared in a joint statement about the track,
“It’s a very meaningful track for both of us, for various reasons, and it brings back many joyful memories. Remixing such a legendary track was a super fun thing to do, but we noticed how easily and spontaneously we could work together in the studio. We are beyond excited to finally unleash our remix to the world. And this at a time where the world finally seems to be going back to normal. There is no better time for a new Age Of Love. We’re ready.”
“The Age Of Love” remix officially marks the first time both de Witte and Sanguiliano have convened together after months of rampant circulation of the track. The fitting pair boast their techno mastery and dynamic chemistry in homage to the early trance classic. They even dedicated an entire back-to-back livestream to celebrate the release of “The Age Of Love.” The rejuvenating remix comes fully equipped with acidic grooves and expansive kicks which can be heard in-action below.
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