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The landscape of London clubbing has changed dramatically in recent years, however, one thing that has remained constant is the quality of underground artists that continue to emerge from the city’s electronic music community. One such artist is Karter. A London native, he has established himself as one of the fastest rising DJs in the capital’s house music scene. 
With over seven years of experience behind the decks and a loyal following of fans in one of the world’s true party cities, Karter has played in some of the city’s biggest party spots, appearances at Fabric, Studio 338, XOYO, EGG London, Ministry of Sound, The Steelyard, and more. He has also had an appearance at We Are FSTVL, has supported Pete Tong in Digital, Brighton and played to a sell out crowd in Bristol’s world renowned club Motion. 
Karter is also quickly making a name for himself as a producer of quality deep and techy house. He is signed to a number of very well respected labels, including Nurvous Records and Dened Music. In August 2016 he released his debut EP on Dened Music with the title track All Night still Karter’s favourite production to date. The EP was quickly followed up by an ocial remix of Boulossa’s track Destiny on the same imprint. So far, his tracks have received support from industry heavyweights like Marco Carola, Joseph Capriati and Luciano. His track Thing We Call Love on Nurvous Records was also featured on an Amine Edge & Dance podcast. In 2019, Karter added even more firsts to his resume with debut appearances for the world famous party starters Elrow at their Elrow Town Festival in London, as well playing at superclub Hi in Ibiza for Solardo’s Bodyworks event in the infamous ‘Wild Corner’ (better known as the toilets!). The summer also saw Karter play at Edinburgh’s Terminal V festival.

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