Charlotte de Witte Celebrates Two Years of KNTXT with Collector’s Box

EDC Orlando 2019 Charlotte de Witte
Photo Credit: Adi Adinayev for Insomniac Events

Charlotte de Witte puts the recent releases on KNTXT on display with the limited edition KNTXT 2Y Collector’s Box.


Charlotte de Witte has only further continued to impress her global fanbase this year with stunning releases and impressive performances. But that isn’t all that the techno maven has been up to during this time, as she also continues to grow her KNTXT brand on all fronts. This has included a heft helping of fresh releases on the imprint, along with the news of a partnership with Apple Music, live showcases, and even a fitness line called KNTXT Active.

Now, as the brand celebrates its second year of existence, Charlotte de Witte unveiled the latest from the label – a limited edition vinyl box set that’s a must-have for any techno lover following KNTXT. Designed by Adriaan Tas with a high-end aesthetic, it showcases cover designs from Bureau Borsche and photography by Marie Wynants, Stefan Dotter, Angel River, Laurent Noichi, and Maria Caparros as well.

The limited-edition KNTXT 2Y Collector Box features all six EPs released on the imprint over the past year. This includes Alignment, who arrives with the Nothingness and Power EPs, as well as Indira Paganotto’s Himilaya EP and ONYVAA’s Lost Angeles EP. Both of Charlotte de Witte’s EPs on the imprint, Asura and Formula, the latter of which is on a clear red vinyl that is exclusive to the box set and won’t be found elsewhere.

The KNTXT 2Y Collector Box is a perfect gift for the techno lover in your life, especially if they can’t make it to Charlotte de Witte’s upcoming performance this February in Ghent that will span 10 hours. Head over to the KNTXT website to pre-order your 2Y Collector Box today. Shipping is estimated to occur in June of 2022.

KNTXT 2Y Collector Box

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