Belgian techno artists Charlotte de Witte, who recently made history by becoming the first woman to close out the Main Stage at Tomorrowland, has launched a new sub label through her flagship KNTXT imprint
RPM is aimed to push emerging names in the scene and build velocity around emerging talent.
Charlotte de Witte is on a mission to help smaller artists reach similar heights and in order to keep up with her pace, RPM is focused to create a more agile platform for artists to release music.
“RPM is a turbo-charged, digital only sub-label of KNTXT that builds velocity around emerging talent and sounds,” reads an Instagram post shared by the imprint. “To meet the demand of the ever-evolving electronic music scene and increase the creative output of our KNTXT label, RPM should provide artists a more agile platform to release music. It aims to offer a flexible test circuit for producers both emerging or established, to experiment with contemporary sounds, free from the latency in vinyl production.”
The first release on the RPM imprint is from a new young techno producer Acid Asian. The release is a three tracker EP and is called Break Into Acid. You can check it out down here: