The three tunes channel many of de Witte’s psychedelic influences. ‘Asura’ is a techno, bass and acid-infused track whilst ‘Soma’ adds further drums and psychedelia into the mix. The final track continues with even more pounding techno, drums and acid, to round off a high-energy, rave-ready compilation.
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On the release, de Witte says: "with 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 twelve or thirteen 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."
The release is on her label, KNTXT - which de Witte has boosted the profile of significantly over the last few months - including a monthly KNTXT Residency Mix and KNTXT Active.
‘Asura’ is available digitally and via vinyl - click here to purchase.
Niamh Ingram is Mixmag’s Weekend Editor, follow her on Twitter