KNTXT, the techno concept hosted by Charlotte de Witte, is returning to the notorious Kompass in Ghent.
DAVE CLARKE is a DJ with an anarchist streak a mile wide and punk in his soul. Nothing says this as potently as his new album, ‘The Desecration of Desire’. Electronic to the hilt yet full of rich, dark songwriting, it’s been almost two years in the making and comes 14 years after his last full-length outing. Dave Clarke might be established, but he will never be establishment.
TRiXY has quickly gained momentum playing the darker Underground Techno scene in the west of Belgium. In just a year she managed to become one of the most interesting DJ’s that emerged in the country's new found love for underground sounds.
OGENN provides dark and poetic techno blended with firm beats to take you on a flowing dance trip
charged with emotion, narratives and whispered promises.
If there’s one DJ about to take the world by storm, it’s CHARLOTTE DE WITTE. Never shying away from a challenge, malling her career and music the way she envisions it, scorching through a myriad of uncompromising, agressive techno sets across Europe.
Previous edition w/ A. Brehme, Alex Bau, Amelie Lens, Beazar, Brian Sanhaji, Cari Lekebusch, Chris Liebing, Cleric, Clouds, Dylan, Farrago, Foundry, Goldfox, Hans Bouffmyhre, Johannes Heil, Jonas Kopp, Keith Carnal, Lewis Fautzi, Lucas Caroso, Luigi Madonna, Markus Suckut, Mikael Jonasson, Monoloc, Ogenn, One Track Brain, Parheim, Paula Temple, Pete Howl, Pfirter, Pilose, Rebekah, Regal, Roman Poncet, Sam Paganini, Scuba, Setaoc Mass, SHDDR, Slam, Stephan Bodzin, The Advent, Thomas Hayes, Tijana T and Vision Machine.
01-03 Charlotte de Witte
03-05 Dave Clarke
23-01 One Track Brain
05-07 Massimo Mephisto
00-02 Border One
04-06 Die Clique
"KNTXT" Party gemeld door : Ced R2M