Charlotte Von Kotze
Charlotte von Kotze is Director of Music at VICE. She handles music supervision for VICE Plus Production creative works, as well as the licensing needs of VIRTUE, an internal VICE MEDIA commercial agency. Recent notable clients include Marc Jacobs, MAC, Nike, Lululemon, Bose, Airbnb, or Delta. Other projects she previously music supervised include A24 x HBO’s critically acclaimed TV show “Random Acts of Flyness” directed by Terence Nance (2018).
Throughout her music supervision career, Charlotte has worked with Solange, Serpentwifeet, Moses Sumney, Nick Hakim, Erykah Badu, Outkast, Kamasi Washington, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Black Thought, Animal Collective, Local Natives, Zola Jesus, Protomartyr, The Black Lips, Hiatus Kaiyote, Sofi Tukker Animal Collective, Black CoffeeMiguel, Dave Harrington, Local Natives, Danny Brown, No Wyld, Son Lux, Nozinja, Techno collective Discwoman, The Black Madonna, Run The Jewels, Fatima Al Qadiri, Dawn Of Midi, to name a few.
Awards Charlotte won include two Women in Music Awards as well as a Gold Telly Award, a Yellow D&AD pencil Award, a Silver Medal at the Clio's gold, a ADCN Award with the team of the A-Z Of Music. Prior to joining the VICE family in July 2014, Charlotte worked for the French Music Export Office in New York and for Giant Step on branded experiential events featuring artists like Q-Tip, Gilles Peterson, Santigold, Diplo, and Empire of the Sun. A music lover at heart, her international background has naturally inspired her to collect and dig for eclectic music. She has a bi-monthly radio show on The Lot Radio in New York called “Brooklyn English,” featuring traditional and contemporary from around the world. She’s interviewed guests ranging from Buchla synth pioneer Suzanne Ciani, Clap! Clap!, Can’s Malcolm Mooney, Jazz keyboardist Jason Lindner, to Ghostly international’s founder, Sam Valenti, and more. She often blends these influences in DJ sets at various New York venues.
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