Frædag invites Charlotte de Witte

Charlotte de Witte (NovaMute / Mary Go Wild Black, BEL) | G-Ha & Olanskii | Ronny Rabalder R.L.O.O.C

 
Ever their finger on the pulse of electronic music and club culture, G-Ha & Olanskiii extend an invitation to one of the scene’s fastest rising talents. Charlotte de Witte join the Frædag residents across our two floors and two Funktion One systems for a night of the Belgium DJ’s dark ,brooding club sounds. Charlotte de Witte’s phenomenal success on the underground music scene has seen her name emboldened on festivals like Awakenings, clubs like Fuse in Brussels and appearing on club music’s most honoured places like the BBC essential mix. G-Ha & Olanskii open the floor to Charlotte de Witte this Frædag with Jæger regular Ronny Rabalder providing the appropriate segue into De Witte’s set. Ricky Late, Olefonken, Oscar Pask and Celius play a variety of balearic, Acid, House and Afro influences during the hours of the setting sun.
 
If there’s one DJ about to take the world by storm, it’s Charlotte de Witte. Never shying away from a challenge, always malling her career and music the way she envisions it. And scorching through a myriad of uncompromising, aggressive techno sets across Europe every single weekend.
 
No surprise then, that the rest of the world is calling for Charlotte. After already having toured Asia and Canada, she’s ready to conquer the world. Few dj’s belong to the group that can work on that level – from the biggest stages to the sweatiest basement raves.
 
Still her heart remains tied to the both the underground Techno scene and Belgium where she can be found championing new talent both on her Saturday night radio show, ‘Playground Charlotte de Witte’ on Studio Brussel, Belgium’s leading radio station, and at KNTXT de Witte’s residency at Brussels Techno institution Fuse.
 
Having moved into production, de Witte has wasted no time in establishing herself as a serious talent in the studio as well as behind the decks. But whilst a Charlotte de Witte DJ set is guaranteed to get you moving, Charlotte’s own music has provided her with a chance to reveal another side.Her aggressive, stripped-down approach to her own tracks is a testament to that aforementioned dark side, while the tracks also often feature her own vocals. “Making music really gives me a chance to tap into the more emotional side of electronic music that I love. Music that has that melancholic side to it, I just find it so much more interesting, whether DJ’ing, producing or just listening myself at home.”

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