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Prolific Belgium techno superstar Charlotte De Witte’s record label KNTXT was born in 2019 and named after her iconic techno club concept KNTXT, hosted in the renowned Brussels-based venue Fuse. With the genre’s underground spirit at its core, De Witte’s label sends listeners on a deep, hypnotic voyage through the sonic spectrum of techno space. Artists to release on her label include Monoloc, Alignment, ONYVAA and Charlotte De Witte herself.
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How You Move
How You Move - (6:04) 138 BPM
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20 Jun 24
Old School EP
Old School - (5:31) 150 BPM Hot
The Sound - (5:37) 150 BPM
Review: Hot on the heels of his Close Your Eyes release, Francesco Pierfelici aka Alignment returns to KNTXT. As the title suggests, his latest EP is inspired by 90s dance music. The title track unfolds to a frenetic pace. Centred on a galloping rhythm, it breaks into the kind of hypnotic MC chatter that wouldn't sound out of place on early hardcore. "The Sound" is just as pacy. Powered by a squelchy bass, militaristic claps and crescendo-inducing snare rolls, it also features a grinding Hoover riffs and a rap that is nothing short of infectious. As always with release on Charlote de Witte's label, expect Old School to raise the roof whenever and wherever it's played.
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RPMX 003
31 Aug 23
Universal Consciousness EP
Satori - (6:19) 136 BPM
Kali - (7:01) 138 BPM
Universal Consciousness - (6:40) 137 BPM
Ahimsa - (6:34) 137 BPM Hot
Review: For the fifteenth release on KNTXT, owner Charlotte de Witte takes the helm. "Satori" is somewhat different to the sound that de Witte is known for; while still commanding the dance floor, the chanting samples and accompanying acid blips stand out from typical big room techno tracks. Similarly, "Kali" draws on the legacy of 90s dance, with de Witte mining the Goa sound to create a buzzing slice of tech-trance. The Belgian producer continues in this vein on "Universal Consciousness", where breathy vocals are fused with squelchy 303, while "Ahimsa" sees de Witte draw on ebm influences to deliver an acid-heavy banger.
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28 Apr 22
Formula EP
Doppler - (7:13) 135 BPM Hot
RPM - (6:45) 135 BPM
Formula - (7:39) 135 BPM
Review: Techno powerhouse Charlotte De Witte did not let the pandemic put her off, and she bounces back with a huge new EP. "Doppler" is a pounding, peak-time affair that resounds to dramatic rave hooks and a relentless bass. On "RPM", the KNTXT boss takes influence from 90s acid techno to deliver layer upon layer of gurgling 303 lines that unfold over a pounding rhythm. While De Witte's focus is entirely on the peak time, her approach is more nuanced than most producers in this field - an approach that is audible on the title track's combination of searing acid and intense kick drums.
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30 Apr 21
Lost Angeles EP
The Way It Is - (5:42) 138 BPM
Lucid - (6:04) 138 BPM Hot
LXD - (5:37) 140 BPM
Lost Angeles - (5:20) 139 BPM
Review: Passeport boss ONYVAA debuts on Charlotte de Witte's label with this fine peak-time EP. "The Way It Is" is based on pounding kicks and features searing acid lines and chopped up vocals running through the arrangement. Meanwhile on "Lucid", the US producer focuses on tribal drums, with a clanging, steely rhythm underscoring deft filters and a series of wild 303 builds. Meanwhile, "LXD" sees ONYVAA incorporate wild rave builds and eerie vocal chants into rolling break beats, while on the title track, this fast rising producer delivers a pounding acid-heavy workout that's inspired by 90s acts like Pump Panel.
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19 Feb 21
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