Charlotte de Witte takes her famous “KNTXT” showcase on the road as of March.
Founded in 2015, in the Fuse techno club in Brussels, with the presence of Sam Paganini as a host, KNTXT, the showcase of the Belgian Charlotte de Witte, has gained notoriety and recognition over the years. With the aim of providing quality techno experiences, featuring national and international artists and keeping the underground spirit alive and genuine, the showcase has already received praise from media such as Mixmag, DJ Mag or Red Bull Elektropedia.
In 2019, the show will make its international debut: on March 16 at Fabric in London, and on March 23 at T7 in Paris. German Monoloc and French ONYVAA will join Charlotte in both spaces. Prior to that, KNTXT will celebrate its fourth anniversary in its usual home, Fuse, on 1 February.
This is yet another step in the international rise of Charlotte de Witte’s talent. After winning an Elektropedia contest that earned her a presence on the main stage of Tomorrowland in 2011 at just 19 years old, the DJ’s and producer’s growth has never stopped. She has an Essential Mix on BBC Radio 1, a cover of DJ Mag, attendances at the Boiler Room and festivals like Awakenings, Electric Daisy Carnival, Zürich Openair, Pukkelpop, Dour Festival, Rock Werchter or Laundry Day. As a DJ she played electro and electro house, but as a producer she settled on the techno genre. Second to her own, her heavy and melancholic style, marked by bare melodies and without decorations, and raw beats, represents the fight against false happiness evoked by pop culture.