Belgium’s definitive techno talent Charlotte de Witte is taking her mighty KNTXT party around Europe once more this winter. Across five dates between now and the end of the year, KNTXT will return to Sportpaleis Antwerp, T7 in Paris and fabric in London, as well as making debuts in Spain and Italy.
2019 has been another high watermark for the rapidly rising DJ and producer as she continues to champion her own hypnotic techno perspective on her BBC Radio 1 and Studio Brussel residencies, alongside high profile sets in clubs and festivals all over the world. Her KNTXT brand continues to grow and make a global impact too, hosting stages at festivals including Tomorrowland and Awakenings as well as launching a new record label, which has already seen a collaboration between de Witte and CLR legend Chris Liebing, with a double EP from the label head herself, set to drop in November.
This new tour sees de Witte and KNTXT regular Chris Liebing reunite on November 16th for KNTXT’s second edition in the Sportpaleis, Antwerp. It follows last year’s sold-out epic and welcomes a monstrous back to back between Berghain associates Marcel Dettmann and Ben Klock, and further sets from UK titan Dax J and the fast-rising NTS host Imogen.
November 29th is when Charlotte rolls back into T7 in Paris with Imogen and German innovator Monoloc. A day after on the 30th, Monoloc joins Charlotte along with exciting melodic techno talent Onyvaa at Amnesia in Milan for a first KNTXT party in Italy. Then on December 13th, it is a debut party in Spain at Nitsa, Barcelona, with Charlotte joined by Imogen and Voxnox artist Alignment.
Last of all, for now, is a much-anticipated return to fabric in London for a two-room take-over with outer space techno and acid duo 999999999, cult Berlin figure Amotik, recent Houndstooth signing and rave, techno and breakbeat innovator Anastasia Kristensen, plus Disco Halal boss and curveball creator Matrixxman as well as Onyvaa.
These showcases are a perfect way to experience the sheer dance floor power of Charlotte de Witte and her compelling take on techno.
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