Charlotte de Witte and Enrico Sanguiliano have remixed early trance classic, 'The Age Of Love'.
The remix has featured in a number of livestreams that the two artists have played over the last year or so, first taking shape in late February of 2020 as much of the world began to enter into Covid-19 lockdowns.
The rework is the first time that de Witte and Sanguiliano, who got engaged last year, have collaborated on a record, and the 1990 original by Age Of Love has gone through various guises over the years, particularly striking a chord with trance crowds thanks to its 1992 Jam & Spoon mixes and a 1997 remix by Paul van Dyk.
You can check out the remix, played out in a livestream by de Witte and Sanguiliano, below. The remix will be officially released on 13th August on the Belgian label Diki Records, which released the original track more than three decades ago.
The remix is available for pre-order now.
Charlotte de Witte will soon be linking up with Sensorium Galaxy for a series of VR performances, while her latest EP, 'Formula', came out on her own KNTXT label earlier this year.
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