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Over the last two decades, Peter Cornely aka KAROTTE, born 1969 in Saarbrücken, has worked himself to the top. Not necessarily as a producer, but as a worldwide revered DJ. Achieving this distinguished position by purely giving 100% each and every night at clubs all around the globe.
His unparalleled blend of electronic music surely already separates him from the rest of the field, but his ability to motivate himself to go to the absolute limit all the time, exemplifies his standing as a truly outstanding DJ. His love for music can clearly be heard and seen, no other turntable-wizard lives his set the way Karotte does. His gigs are not just a better option for a wild night out in town, each set is special and an experience in itself.
Residencies at numerous discos attest his one-of-a-kind status and value to the electronic scene. U60311 Frankfurt, Stammheim Kassel and Harry Klein Munich are just a few examples of this illustrious list of top notch hot spots. If you would ask one the regular guests of each and every nightery Mr. Cornely has graced throughout his career, which DJ honestly shaped the sound of club, the answer would probably always be the same: Karotte.
His open approach to all electronic genres (Minimal, Tech/House, Electro, Breakbeat...) have made him unpredictable and extremely influential to many young musicians out there. But clubs are not the only place where the root vegetable of all DJs can be heard. The radio-show “Karottes Kitchen” on Sunshine Live is more than just your typical “guy playing records all night long” show. Peter invites other befriended colleagues on air and together they discuss groundbreaking issues such as birds, cars and the latest local gossip. His charm and personality are what make the program special and entertaining, it is not just about the music but also about the people who stop by for a short or sometimes longer chit-chat.
This year, he was back for more at Welcome to the Future, closing the infamous Circus stage.