Charlotte de Witte traverses to underground roots on high-tempo EP, ‘Asura’
Charlotte de Witte has returned to unleash her sweltering three-track EP Asura on her very own label KNTXT. Following her August released remix of Age Of Love‘s 1990 trance classic “The Age Of Love” with Enrico Sangiuliano, the Belgian techno superstar’s newest offering travels back in time for some welcoming inspiration from her underground roots. On the EP, de Witte shares,
“with [the] Asura EP I’m trying to give you a little insight into my musical influences by going back to my roots. We’re speaking about a young Charlotte who, about 12/13 years ago, got indulged in the world of electronic music by going to her first underground clubs and raves. From electro and techno to acid core and hardcore to psytrance. This EP flirts with the soundscapes of the latter.”
De Witte’s EP features a compact selection of high-octane tracks, all of which made their appearance in her September BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix. She released her previous EP Formula earlier this year in April when she also performed her fourth New Form mix at Italy’s Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello racetrack.
Stream Asura below.
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