Frank Kvitta does not come from an extreme musical parental background, nor has he taken over his brothers‘ record collection. He is influenced by Kraftwerk and his first Loveparade experience – but certainly not by the music shown on television. Frank Kvittas‘ musical education always took place on one single place – the dance floor.
For 18 years he was riding on the fast lane. He brought harder techno music all over the planet, in nearly every country from south america through europe, middle east and asia. All important clubs (Tresor, Butan, Florida135, Fabrik, U60311, Lehmann, Tor 3, Egg and many more) and festivals (Awakenings, Time Warp, I Love Techno, Mayday, Monegros, Tomorrow Land, Nature One and many more) and it was a fantastic time.
But sometimes you have to go back to your deep anchored roots, and do what your heart is telling you. It was not an overnight decision. It was spoken over and over again, and in the end it was done with a smile in one eye and a tear in the other.
Planned in 2015 and implemented in 2016, Frank did a re-start to his musical career. He went back to his roots of still driving but melodic moody techno sounds. And it started more than well. His first releases got immediately signed by labels like Coyu's "Suara", Cristian Varela ́s “Pornographic”, Sasha Carassi ́s “Phobiq”, A-Paul ́s “Naked Lunch” or labels like GateNull, Dolma and much more.
For the first time in his career, he made it with his release on Suara within a few days after the release day into the charts. The highest position the track reached was #16 of the beatport techno top 100 charts.
For the beginning of 2018 he has releases in the line on imprints like Transmit, IAMT and many more. Big surprises are coming during 2018 for sure.
Driven by this support, he found the strength to launch his long time planned new imprint. In mid of March 2016, RED WALLS was born. A platform existing out of a label, showcases, podcast, events and so on for high qualitative techno artists, whatever if they are newcomers or already well-known.
In the end, it is what constitutes Frank from his beginning:
Music out of machines, but created with heart!