Release Date: Mar 15, 2019
Record Label: EMPIRE
Carnage started his 2019 off with a house heater. After a 4 month hiatus from releasing any music, He put together this beautiful stripped down house vibe. It feels intimate from the get go, and the vocals really add to that feeling. I don't know how he got connected with Prinze George, an indie pop trio, but I'm glad it happened!
Carnage took a hard turn into the house music scene with this one, and I couldn't be happier. I was lucky enough to see him play a 4 hour tech house set in Chicago last year when he was promoting his most recent album "Battered Bruised & Bloody" at the time. It was a hell of a show that I don't remember the end of, but d*mn glad I went because I couldn't stop dancing.
This man has been able to move through genres effortlessly. I can't speak more highly of his producing abilities. He definitely was sometimes a little aggressive personality wise in the psat, but seems to have moved past that with this come back. He's motivated to tell his story, and has expressed his concern for being a better role model and one that other Latino's can look up to as an epitome of "The American Dream". I'm happy for Carnage to be able to flip the page onto his next chapter in life. I'm sure we will get just as much fire from his festival sets, but with this house coming out I wouldn't be surprised to hear his club sets being filled with much more house into the future.
Find it on SoundCloud here:https://soundcloud.com/djcarnageofficial/carnage-letting-people-go
and on Spotify here: https://open.spotify.com/track/3xVfvbf4EEcgh4vnvgdjeO?si=HkC7mLeYTs6JBbuflr0-RQ