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Charlotte De Witte unveils her high-octane takeover of Nyc

The Techno Force Reveals a Capsule With EXTRA BUTTER, an Art Collaboration With THE SKATEROOM, A Pop-Up Performance In Partnership With Ray-Ban & Beatport & MORE

  • 25 June 2024
Charlotte De Witte unveils her high-octane takeover of Nyc

Techno’s greatest titan, Charlotte de Witte unveils the full run of her highly-anticipated NYC takeover, inclusive of a super limited-run capsule collection with EXTRA BUTTER, an exclusive art collab with THE SKATEROOM, a surprise performance, new music and more. Following her viral NYC blitz last May - which featured: an KNTXT pop-up shop, 2 SOLD OUT shows at Brooklyn Mirage and a guerilla-style surprise performance that closed down Orchard Street - the phenomenon returned to the city that never sleeps once again to fuse together the worlds of fashion, the arts and the underground.

The Music & Experiences:

The larger takeover also included a slew of turbocharged moments, inclusive of the release of the next highly anticipated single off her ‘Roar’ EP - ‘How You Move', a surprise performance / block party outside of her EXTRA BUTTER pop-up shop and KNTXT NYC at the Brooklyn Storehouse.

Out on Thursday, de Witte’s new single “How You Move” is a testament to her signature style of pushing boundaries and encapsulating the raw essence of the techno genre. The dynamic production is the second revelation from her highly anticipated “Roar” EP, - which arrived on vinyl on June 20th - a sonic exploration of motion and intensity, syncing with the heartbeat of the city that never sleeps. The release boasts a fusion of pulsating acid and a mesmerizing energy that promises to resonate deeply with listeners, mirroring the intense, adrenaline-fueled experiences of her live performances.

In tandem with the EP release, de Witte shouted down Orchard Street once again for an epic pop-up performance on Thursday, June 20 from outside EXTRA BUTTER.

On Saturday, June 22 de Witte hosted a massive KNTXT show at Brooklyn Storehouse, marking a significant moment as one of the first headliners to conquer the new venue. Situated in the heart of the Brooklyn Navy Yard, The Brooklyn Storehouse is the first US-based venture from Broadrick Live – Drumsheds, and a former Printworks operator – brought to fruition in partnership with Teksupport. The venue was designed to host up to 6,000 attendees, setting the stage for an unforgettable experience.

The Collaborations:

Kicking off the takeover in style, de Witte first unveiled EXTRA BUTTER X KNTXT capsule collection, which was available for purchase in-store during her pop-up at Extra Butter Lower East Side. The collaboration will feature a limited-edition KNTXT NYC Bomber Jacket and new KNTXT apparel with designs inspired by her label / brand. The bomber was retailed for $270 and available in super limited quantities, making this one of her most exclusive drops yet.

In addition to the capsule, de Witte also announced the debut of an art-centric, philanthropic collaboration with THE SKATEROOM - an art-meets-social-good collective that has worked with the likes of Jean-Michel Basquiat, Andy Warhol, Marilyn Minter. The drop will include 3 different skateboard concepts (2 solo decks and one triptych deck) and will be on sale following the NYC run for 5-days only. The solo decks will retail for $129 and triptych for $349.

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