Charlotte de Witte and Enrico Sangiuliano release their remix of trance hymn “The Age Of Love”

the Italian-Belgian techno duo will releases an eagerly awaited remix of an unforgettable trance track of the past

They are probably the most talked about and famous couple in the EDM scene of the moment: the Belgian techno and hard trance star Charlotte de Witte and the Italian techno DJ Enrico Sangiuliano, together for work and couple in love, as they happily announced not so long ago on social media.

The fame of the Belgian artist in particular has grown exponentially in the last year and the dj and producer from Ghent, born in 1992, has become the most acclaimed female artist in major electronic music events, making audiences fall in love with them. Techno rhythms and sounds that are very reminiscent of the hard trance of the 90s and early 2000s.

In some of the latest virtual events, together with his partner Enrico Sangiuliano, some new songs have not gone unnoticed and, the most avid lovers of historical trance, have certainly noticed a new remix of the epic trance anthem of the Italian project “Age Of Love – The Age Of Love” acclaimed by the famous Jam & Spoon trance arrangement from 1992 and considered to be among the earliest and most famous trance records of all time.

The new remix is estactly ​​of Charlotte de Witte and Enrico Sangiuliano and its release by both DJs was announced today, on August 13th: “Age Of Love – The Age Of Love (Charlotte de Witte & Enrico Sangiuliano Rmx)” is a perfect fusion between the ancestral techno-trance atmospheres of the original track and the explosive techno-hard trance groove typical of their musical repertoire.

Charlotte de Witte had already recently embraced pure trance world with her remix’s of Jerome Isma-Ae’s “Hold That Sucker Down” (itself a cover of 1994’s The O.T. Quartet) last year.

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