Charlotte de Witte has launched her KNTXT label with a collaborative EP alongside Chris Liebing, 'Liquid Slow'.
A new concept for de Witte's KNTXT brand, which includes a touring club night and radio show, 'Liquid Slow' comprises of the hypnotising title track and acid-infused roller, 'In Memory'.
Charlotte de Witte has announced the first release on her KNTXT label.
A new concept for de Witte's KNTXT brand, which includes a touring club night and radio show, the label will launch next month with a collaborative EP from the Belgian DJ/producer and techno stalwart, Chris Liebing.
Charlotte de Witte has announced the launch of her new label, KNTXT.
With KNTXT already established as de Witte's radio show and techno party series, the label offshoot promises to be an "inclusive home that values purity and strength and strives to be a progressive player".
Charlotte de Witte is taking her techno KNTXT showcase on the road in March.
Launched in 2015 at Belgian techno club, Fuse, KNTXT will make its international debut at London's Fabric on March 16th, as well as T7 in Paris on March 23rd.
Ahead of that, 4Y KNTXT will take place at Fuse on February 1st.
Charlotte de Witte recently discussed the signifiance of ditching the male DJ alias she used at the start of career as she started to become more successful.
Charlotte de Witte has announced that she will bring her KNTXT techno concept to Tomorrowland 2018. It will be the first time that the Belgian techno-star has hosted her own stage at the festival.
The cover star of DJ Mag's September 2017 UK issue will curate the stage on Satuday 28th July during the second weekend of the festival.
De Witte has previously hosted the likes of Dave Clarke, Chris Liebing and Johannes Heil under the KNTXT banner.