Archive | Charlotte De Witte

Charlotte De Witte on her intellectual bond with music, perseverance, and wisdom gained along the way [Interview]

“My goal at that stage [of my career] was just to be happy with what I do . . . and to feel satisfaction in what I’m doing right now,” mused Charlotte De Witte on her earlier days. Little did she know when taking up the art of producing and DJing at the age of […]

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DA presents: 10 sets you can’t miss at Movement 2018

Words by Bella Bagshaw and Grace Fleisher Despite a visibly shifting techno scene stateside, 2018 marks one of the most banner years for  Detroit, and America’s finest house & techno institution — Movement. With a booking that arguably serves as a controversial departure from the city’s roots, Movement’s 2018 programming captures the experimental essence of the times, a time […]

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RHA Festival rounds out 2018 bill with impressive additions including Luciano, Charlotte de Witte, Justin Martin & more

Mexico’s hottest new flyway fest, RHA, has announced its second round of acts for this year’s lineup, rounding out the bill with an impressive collection of world-class talent. Following the overwhelming success from their 2017 debut in the heart of the Riviera Nayarit, RHA Festival will bring its paradisal experience to fans from around the […]

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RHA announces lineup as stunning as its location

RHA touched down in the scenic Puta Mita, Mexico in 2017. Soon after the close of its first edition, the nascent destination festival distinguished itself as one of the top of its class when it came to travelling and dance music. Boasting an impressive array of talent across the house and techno spectrum, RHA’s second […]

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Charlotte de Witte solidifies meteoric rise in rousing Essential Mix debut

The quickly ascending Belgian stalwart and Fuse resident Charlotte de Witte made her rousing Essential Mix debut February 10. De Witte’s imbued her signature deep and meandering melancholy into the mix, where she dives deep into the bellows of the most uncompromising techno trenches. The mix is a steady, galvanizing slow-burn. As its energy snakes beneath minimal beats […]

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45 artists have been revealed as part of Sonus Festival’s 2018 lineup

As part of Sonus Festival‘s Phase One lineup, the Pag Island, Croatia beachside affair has revealed 45 names for its 2018 edition. Among the festival’s rising stars include Charlotte de Witte, Binh, Peggy Gou and Amelie Lens, while veterans Adam Beyer, Dixon, Maceo Plex, and Richie Hawtin are set to return to the fest’s scintillating […]

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Charlotte De Witte spins galvanizing guest mix on B. Traits Future 12 Show

Perhaps one of underground electronic music’s biggest purveyors, Brianna Price — aka B. Traits — has developed as a BBC Radio 1 broadcaster all the way to her current position as an integral part of the radio station’s storied Friday night lineup. Every Friday night between 1 and 4AM, Price showcases a plethora of up and coming […]

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Awakenings announces monstrous two-day 2018 lineup

Awakenings Festival has announced its glorious 2018 lineup, which will descend upon the grounds of Spaarnwoude on June 30 and July 1.Over 100 artists will perform over the two days with some of techno’s heaviest acts fronting the bill. Artists like Carl Cox, Adam Beyer, Nina Kraviz, Sven Väth, and more, are some of the […]

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Charlotte de Witte kicks off 2018 with robust ‘Brussels’ track

Rising Belgian artist Charlotte de Witte is preparing a new EP on the recently relaunched British imprint NovaMute — a subsidiary of the renowned Mute label. Having dropped off three incredibly well-received EPs in 2017, de Witte’s latest work has some tough acts to follow.Subsequently, Brussels features three menacing techno cuts, each ridden with rousing versatility and expected enveloping production […]

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DA Presents: 15 artists that rocked the underground in 2017

 1DA Presents: 15 artists that rocked the underground in 2017Dance music’s second wind persists at a seemingly endless rate. In fact, its current boom has resulted in a complete infusion of the genre and into the fabric of the mainstream; megastars like Calvin Harris, The Chainsmokers, and Kygo have helped shepherd in a new age […]

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