Charlotte De Witte Awakenings KTXT ADE

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High intensity Techno at Awakenings during the Amsterdam Dance Event. Power visuals, fireworks and great Techno, driving the crowd into a frenzy!

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Body Signals

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Uväll

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Irregular Textures

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Eerie (Sleeparchive Remix)

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Lewis Fautzi

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Disasters on the Horizon (Inc Sleeparchive & Sigha Remixes

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Onryo

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Introversion

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Onryo

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Time

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Charlotte de Witte

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Liquid Slow

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Chris Liebing, Charlotte de Witte

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Proper

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Atze Ton

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4 YEARS COMPILATION

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Know Knobs ([ Wex 10 ] Remix)

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Some Me

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Know Knobs Ep

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Pressure

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Charlotte de Witte

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Pressure EP

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Another Club (Charlotte de Witte Remix)

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Radio Slave

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Another Club (Remixes)

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Chris Palmer Earthdance Techno

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My Techno set from Earthdance Johannesburg. Set in a beautiful forest near Haartbeeshoek Satellite Station, the venue is on the edge of the Magalies mountain rage, near Hartebeespoort dam. It was early on Saturday at 1am. I took over from a young DJ, named Rikay, who played a fantastic set. He got the crowd jumping!

My Techno sets at Earthdance always seem to go down really well. It winds between harder underground Techno and driving Acid Techno. The KV2 sound system was fantastic, driving hard and with a solid kick. Gavo took over after me and continued slamming it till the close at 4am. Tanks to Terence and Jade and Earthdance for the great opportunity.

Amelie Lens – ‘Storm’ DJ Mag Premiere

Amelie Lens

Amelie Lens will release a new EP later this month.

‘Little Robot’ marks label boss Lens’ second release on Lenske, following ‘Basiel’ in 2018, and is the seventh release on the imprint.

The four-track EP, incoming on the 13th September, is a collection of typically hypnotising productions from Lens. Acting as a showcase for her prowess as a diverse and experimental producer, Lens opens the EP in thunderous fashion with the intensity of track ‘Helium’, before providing her own vocals on standouts like ‘Man Over Machine’.

Closing the B-sides, ‘Storm’ simmers on a driving bassline, with Lens pairing tenacious kicks and all consuming acid lines for another anthemic production.

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Rødhåd at Zurich Street Parade

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Rødhåd has been socialized by Berlin’s looptechno nights and always finds the perfect balance of timeless techno to lift the dancefloor higher and higher.

His style is always deep, powerful and melancholic – from dubtechno to techno and back to house.

A technological society, a mechanist present, an industrial era… long and dark nights, warehouses, cogeneration plants, noise.

Which kind of music matches the rhythm of Western civilization better than Rødhåds music?!

Amelie Lens at Zurich Street Parade

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Amelie Lens is a self-confessed control freak. Every step of her journey as a DJ so far has been the result of her own obsessive attention to detail and laser-focussed determination which permeates everything she does. Nothing is left to chance. The often-referred to ‘explosion’ with which the Antwerp native made her way into the global techno scene has been the result of a long-standing love affair with dance music, ignited by her first outing to Belgium’s Dour Festival at just 15 years old. Techno had Amelie at ‘hello’, and she spent the rest of her teenage years crossing Belgium by train to attend gigs, hypnotised by the new world that was opening up to her.


Fast forward a few years and Amelie had started her own club nights in Antwerp, DJing under numerous aliases and learning to produce at the same time. “I started making edits for myself, like old-school tracks with a different kick.” That fusion of classic techno with a fast, futuristic edge helps define Lens’ sound today. “A mix of old and new strong techno records, tough but not hard, fast and throbbing, hypnotic and energised” is how Richie Hawtin described it after being blown away when hearing her for the first time at an ADE showcase.


Her debut release came on Italian imprint Lyase, and soon after a trio of releases on Pan-Pot’s Second State gave her recognition on a global level. Despite her measured and considered approach, the gigs came thick and fast. “Timing is everything to me – and a lot of times I’ve felt like it was too soon for me to play somewhere.” But it wasn’t long before Lens was sharing stages with the most respected artists in techno. From headline club shows to peak-time slots at the likes of Sonar, Time Warp, Awakenings and Movement Detroit, as well as the legendary Circoloco at DC-10, whilst featuring on the coveted Mixmag cover and recording her first Resident Advisor podcast in 2018. At the start of 2019 Drumcode marked it’s 200th release by asking Lens to remix the label head’s 2014 release “Teach Me” – a milestone in her career that speaks volumes about Adam Beyer’s admiration for his younger counterpart, who describes Lens as having “a unique pure form of timeless techno. You can feel the passion when watching her – there are only a few DJs with that energy, that ‘it’ factor.”


As a resident at Hasselt’s Labyrinth Club, Lens started curating her own nights under the name EXHALE and soon was inviting the likes of Marcel Dettmann, Ben Klock, Ellen Allien, Rødhåd and Kobosil to play alongside her, often delivering her own all-night-long sets that have become the stuff of legend for Belgium’s adoring fan base. Lens has steered the EXHALE parties further afield, with regular showcases at the likes of London’s fabric club and colossal stage hostings at Creamfields, OFFSonar, Dour and Extrema Festivals and many more on the international summer circuit. Her aim is to showcase a new generation of hand-picked, up-and-coming talent alongside international heavyweights.


Lens has moulded her own imprint, LENSKE, in her image – driven, energetic and authentic. A handful of carefully curated releases from fellow Belgian’s Farrago, Milo Spykers and Paris-based AIROD fuse a high- velocity mix of uptempo 909 uppercuts, hyper-futuristic acid accents and evil-minded drops. The label’s tight- knit family of artists help solidify Lens’ reputation as a curator and taste-maker as much as a master in the booth.


In just a few years Lens has achieved what many artists would dream of achieving in a lifetime, and her rapid ascent is something many find hard to grasp. “It just happened so fast – too fast. So I understand. It’s going to take me ten more years to prove myself, but I’m going to do it.” Rest assured that the Amelie Lens story is just beginning.

Charlotte De Witte BBC Radio 1 RESIDENCY | 05 August 2019

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“After bursting onto the scene in 2010, ‪Charlotte de Witte‬ has become one of contemporary Techno’s leading lights in a short space of time. Her heart remains tied to the underground Techno scene of Belgium where she can be found championing new talent on her ‪Saturday night‬ radio show on Studio Brussel. Previously ‪Charlotte de Witte‬ has curated an Essential Mix for BBC Radio 1 and listeners can expect her Residency slot to be a dark, hypnotic and uncompromising sound. Expect to hear some stripped, powerful techno, combined with some more emotional and melancholic ambient moments. We’re going to start slow, build up and go hard.”

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Belgian’s Charlotte de Witte delivers her sixth mix of stripped, powerful and acid techno. Featuring new music from Dax J, Rikhter and Tilman Riddelt.

Tracklist:

  1. Fasid303 – Rave Party (Original Mix)
  2. Max Duke – Echoes (Fahad Ahmad Remix)
  3. Tilman Riddelt – Dolle
  4. JNO – Psychosocial (Original Mix)
  5. Marco Ginelli – OG1 (Original Mix)
  6. Manuel Di Martino – Acid Advisor
  7. Troma & PERS1 – Asteroid (Original Mix)
  8. Tilman Riddelt – Flüte
  9. Rikhter – Phiom Enhah (Original)
  10. Noeti-k – UV99
  11. Florian Meindl – Wild Sequence 4
  12. Dax J – Tenshun
  13. Bjarki & Kuldaboli – Hrái Hötturin