Carnage will be performing at the Beachlub next July 7th and will be joined by GTA, Gravedrg & Gommi B2B Sludge. We can’t wait to see this show live.
Originally from Guatemala, Dimanté D. Blackmon is better known for his stage name: Carnage. He is a DJ and a music producer who immigrated to the United States at a very young age. When he was 16, he began performing at small clubs. It is in 2012 when he posted his original song Teke Teke, which became a turning point in his career. Soon, he collaborated with G-Eazy and Borgore with whom he produced Incredible which earned him international recognition. Since, has signed with Ultra Records and in 2015, he published his album Papi Gordo. Last year, he released an album called Battered Bruised & Bloody which includes a song with Migos and another one with the late artist Mac Miller.
A few months ago, Carnage released a single with Prinze George, Letting People Go, that recount his family’s story about how his family travelled from Guatemala to the United States. The song can be described as Indie Pop with a light electronic sound. It cannot be danced to, but it is an interesting video in which thousands of immigrants can relate to.
For the last few years, Carnage has remained in the top 100 of the best DJs in the world. Do not miss your opportunity to watch Carnage on July 7, 2019.
GTA is an acronym for “Good Times Ahead.” It is also the name of a DJ duo from Miami. With a house electronic vibe, they caught Diplo’s attention which led them to collaboration on a few songs together. For example, they did the song Boy Oh Boy and GTA has remixes a few of Diplo’s songs. Furthermore, they have gone on tour with Rihanna, Calvin Harris and Tiësto. Additionally, they have a long list of remixes with contains global hit artists such as Lana Del Rey, Rick Ross, Galantis and Martin Solveig. Recently, GTA released a new album called La Nueva Clasica which has their new single Miénteme. Don’t miss GTA on July 7, 2019.
Mysterious DJ, always wearing a mask and a bucket hat, he appeared at the end of 2017 as he collaborated with Carnage on a song called Hjueputa. As a new artist, he has more remixes than original songs, but it is only a matter of time before he blows the industry. You can listen to his song Rampage and Kamikaze.
Gommi B2B Sludge
You might not find a lot if you search Gommi B2B Sludge, but only Gommi and you’ll find his music. He began his career a few years ago, but it is only in November 2018 that his song Psychosis made a buzz. His sound can be described as psytrance with elements bass-ridden soundscapes. If you are a heavy hitter, he is definitely an artist to keep an eye on.
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