Charlotte de Witte dusts Bob Moses & Zhu’s ‘Desire’ with her hypnotic, industrial sound
Best known for her dark and stripped-back brand of techno music, Charlotte de Witte has taken on what is arguably the biggest official remix of her career thus far. The Belgian producer/DJ and KNTXT label owner has taken on Bob Moses‘ recent hit, “Desire,” from their multi-faceted concept EP by the same name. Out now via Domino Recording Co, the Charlotte de Witte re-imagination stretches the original record to nearly 8-minutes, making for a brooding techno journey. The remix puts her in the company of Solomun, who delivered a more somber take on “Desire,” and ZHU, who collaborated with the duo on the EP’s title track.
de Witte stamps her minimal sound on the track, transforming Bob Moses’ sultry vocals and the house-leaning progressions into a journey-filled ride into the warehouse. The signature style is what de Witte is best known for, so it’s only fitting to see the original get stretched out and to hear it laced with hypnotic overtones, euphoric breaks, and energetic tempos, The remix follows de Witte’s acidic EP, Rave On Time, released in late September. Listen below and catch Charlotte de Witte at the upcoming NYE virtual edition of Tomorrowland at the top of the year.
Bob Moses & Zhu – Desire (Charlotte de Witte Remix)
Photo credit: Milos Zvicer ART Photography.
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