Charlotte de Witte has quickly become an industry icon for her relentless techno tracks and performances in the past few years. She holds true to her own unique style but also knocks down boundaries that many haven’t dared to cross before. In her most recent endeavor, she proves her multi-faceted talent as a producer with two new remixes of the same Jerome Isma-Ae track – both featuring two different styles. Out now via Armada Music, “Hold That Sucker Down” Rave Remix and Trance Remix are available for streaming across all platforms.
Belgian-born Charlotte de Witte has stunned the world as one of the most sought-after names in the electronic music scene over recent years. Voted Best Techno DJ at the DJ Awards in 2019, as touting a permanent residency at BBC Radio 1, she has proven herself to be a renowned artist across the globe. Securing performances at major international festivals and clubs (most recently CRSSD Festival in Southern California), Charlotte easily wins over the crowd everywhere she goes with her high-energy sets and top-tier production. In 2015, she founded KNTXT, which has grown from small live events to her own boutique label that organizes events, releases music, and curates radio shows. KNTXT stands for purity, strength, and progression within an ever-evolving techno scene. For those that have experienced her performances or listened to her prior releases, it is safe to say that she encapsulates all of the characteristics she was aiming for. With the ability to produce just about any genre effortlessly, while staying true to her own sound, Charlotte de Witte has no intention of slowing down.
With her newest remixes of “Hold That Sucker Down,” Charlotte de Witte gives trance and techno fans alike a perfect twist on the timeless classic. The trance remix of “Hold That Sucker Down” has already been utilized by Armin van Buuren during his most recent A State of Trance 950 warm-up set, proving her capacity to cross borders into the trance scene. The rave remix, on the other hand, brings yet another track that is destined for dance-floor domination. With a sound that is fully worthy of a late-night techno warehouse party, Charlotte’s rave remix showcases her as a relentless and worthy producer for electronic music enthusiasts everywhere.
When discussing these remixes, she states “Remixing a classic is something that always feels extremely honorable and rewarding to me. While remixing Jerome Isma-Ae, I decided to aim for two different remixes. One would respect the massive trance lead and vibe of the original, while the other would be faster and more stripped-down, bringing forward the techno that I love so much.”
Pushing boundaries for herself – and the entirety of the international techno scene – Charlotte de Witte is nothing short of a legend. With Billboard-topping records already under her belt, she is sure to keep her energy building in the years to come, continuing to amaze the industry in the process.
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