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Charlotte De Witte’s KNTXT Launches Brick-and-Mortar Store in Brussels

Charlotte De Witte has recently unveiled a temporary physical store to showcase her record label, KNTXT, in Brussels.

Just a month after initiating Èpoque, a new imprint dedicated to celebrating Belgian dance music heritage, the renowned Belgian techno artist welcomed enthusiasts to the store located at Square Sainctelette 4 on Friday, February 9th.

The store boasts a curated collection of Époque vinyl, highlighting De Witte’s rendition of Push’s iconic track ‘Universal Nation’, alongside an array of KNTXT apparel and more.

Announcing the store’s inauguration on the KNTXT Instagram page, a post exclaimed, “Some dreams do come true… Today we opened our very own KNTXT store in Brussels.”

Emphasizing its temporary nature, the store is described as a “retail space open for selective occasions only.”

The unveiling coincided with the eve of the third annual all-night KNTXT extravaganza at the Flanders Expo in De Witte’s hometown of Ghent. The event featured electrifying sets by Alignment, Chris Liebing, Inox Traxx, Nico Moreno, and Nina Kraviz.

Earlier in October, De Witte introduced her ‘Power of Thought’ EP through KNTXT, further solidifying her imprint’s presence in the techno realm.