Once, Charlotte de Witte was just an ordinary girl. Since 2010, she goes by the name of George. Raving George.
This young dj-talent is only 21 years young, but already crowned the high priestess of Belgian dancehalls. She hypnotizes party people with her mesmerizing mix of electro and techno music and makes it impossible for any decent raver to stand still. She will take you by the hand into her domain of beats, synths and strange sounds and she’ll only let you go when she wants you to go completely crazy to one of her tracks.
When her female fingers touch the turntables, a heavenly hell breaks loose. The smoke on the dancefloor comes from burning danceshoes and the frenzied crowd screams as a synthstorm is unleashed that no one can tame. None, except for Raving George.
Belgium loves Raving George and the memorable raves she threw at renowned festivals as I love Techno, Tomorrowland, Pukkelpop, Laundry Day and Studio Brussels’ Switch.
And the rest of Europe is starting to follow. In 2013, la George’s concert in Foligno, Italy sold more than 1000 tickets plus over 600 tickets for her set in Rome. While she’s planning her invasion of other cities such as Paris, Ireland etc…, she recently took Amsterdam by storm at ‘Amsterdam Open Air’, leaving behind a field of awestruck and somewhat love struck party people, lying exhausted on the dirty floor using their last breaths to scream for more.
And more is coming! Ignore all weather forecasts, because this summer temperatures at dance festivals will certainly be rising to a boiling point. On 5th of august, Raving George releases her first EP ‘Obverse’ on Crux records. This feisty female’s firstborn features remixes by Attaque (Bad Life/Blood Music), Blatta & Inesha (Bad Life/Southern Fried) and NT89 (Fool’s Gold/Turbo).