Australian producer Isaac Tichauer has been riding on a string of incredible releases and remixes, most recently his singles "Changes" and "Questions." French Express is known for their signature soulful R&B flair when it comes to house music, but Isaac Tichauer's ability to capture such strong and tangible emotion in music makes him stand out in my eyes—or maybe I should say ears. His latest remix of "As I Am" is a prime example of finding this deep, contemplative, and even moody sense of emotion.
Tichauer pitches down the vocals to a haunting and eerie level, to the point where you can feel the pain in lyrics like "take me as I am" and "I try to understand." Instead of the warm and sunny vibes from Childhood's original, you get a slow burning mix that's cold and rather dark.
It doesn't look like this remix is available to purchase, but you can find the original version on Childhood's debut album Lacuna, out now via Marathon Artists.