Intec is the brainchild of techno maestro Carl Cox who has run the label in collaboration with Jon Rundell for over two decades. Now, the label's newest release features a remix from Carl Cox himself. His rendition of Roel Salemink's "Eskes" is effortlessly smooth, stripping back layers of acidity for a more minimalistic yet evocative approach.
While the original mix delivered an incredible interplay of warbling synths and acid stabs, Cox further amplifies it with added percussions—offering a more emotive soundscape with its emphasized strings. There's a visceral harmony in the way the techno legend weaves together cinematic pads and crooning chords that gives reverence to its origins, illuminating his well-deserved recognition in the dance music world. Soothing yet commanding, Cox's "Eskes" is unapologetic—a prime example of glistening euphoria in sonic form.