Turkish Influences
Witch House



Dutch-Turkish artist Okitap gravitated towards music at an early age through the collection of Gabber recordings taped off a pirate radio station by his dad. Soon he would discover Thunderdome series which laid the foundation for his affinity with heavier strains of music, mostly revolving around industrial and techno. Following 10 years of music production, he discovered Witch House, a niche genre characterized by dark obscure aesthetics that helped define his style today and inspired his releases on labels such as New York Haunted, Oramics, and one of the biggest Witch House platforms, Night Terrors.

Always evolving his style and on the lookout for a unique blend of eclectic aggression, Okitap is now exploring his Turkish roots through his musis. Inspired by artists as Nene H and Parrish Smith, he works on a personal sound, aiming to bring a new experience to Turkish music for his audience, for instance by including Turkish vocals.

Okitap has now developed his very own liveshow, putting his musical vision into practice and exploring it even further while telling his story allong the way.