KNTXT: a straightforward concept: national and international acts delivering top-quality techno experiences. The concept was born in 2015, care of techno producer Charlotte de Witte, at Fuse, one of Belgium’s leading techno clubs. Fast forward to 2018 and KNTXT continues to host regular sold out shows not only in Brussels but in Ghent and Antwerp and has a weekly radio show on Studio Brussel. Word is spreading internationally too and last weekend saw KNTXT make its debut at Tomorrowland with its own stage featuring Charlotte de Witte, along with DV!1, Rebekah, Cleric and many more. On the back of this, today, KNTXT is proud to announce its biggest show to date, bringing today’s finest techno beats to Antwerp’s Sportpaleis.
KNTXT founder Charlotte de Witte will of course be in attendance at this, the largest edition ever. The last 12 months have seen the Belgian producer establish herself as a driving force on the contemporary techno scene, thanks to her uncompromising vision of techno. Acclaimed releases on labels such as NovaMute and Mary Go Wild and a string of well-received mixes for the likes of BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix and the Resident Advisor podcast series have seen her tipped as one to watch and her relentless touring schedule has seen her perform at Awakenings, Printworks, Sonar and Watergate to name just a few.
Joining her for this special event is Len Faki. The German DJ, producer and label owner is, without doubt, one of the best and most in-demand techno artists of the moment. His unique sound evolves continually without ever losing its characteristic, exceptionally vibrant energy. He is a gentleman behind the turntables; a performer who builds his sets around raw passion and beauty; an artist who knows exactly how to anticipate his audience’s desires and in doing so, ignites the dance floor time after time. More names will be announced soon.
KNTXT takes place on Saturday 3 November in the Sportpaleis, Antwerp. Tickets are on sale now.