Chuckie and Debris prime GATTÜSO and Damon Sharpe‘s “When In Rome” for club play in a brand new remix that overturns the mellow technics of the breezy original. Chuckie and Debris alter the listening experience by swapping out the minimalistic guitar chords of GATTÜSO and Sharpe’s laidback collaboration for swelling ascents and descents.
Punchy synth work and soaring melodies enable the drop driven revamp to take on a Main Stage personality. The high-octane execution is precisely what Debris, who said he set out to “make a festival slammer,” envisioned upon hearing the original. From there, Debris laid the melodies and chords and sent the energetic framework over to Chuckie, who modified the structure and mixing.
“I’m so happy to be a part of the remix because it’s not a typical Chuckie record,” Chuckie said. Chuckie and Debris’ jaunt off the beaten electronic path proves a Crayola-bright re-imagination that adeptly adjusts for a different aesthetic.