Carnage is back at it again with a free release for our collection. Carnage has really been pumping out music and even collaborated on an EP with Young Thug titled Young Martha. This release for the core Carnage fans is a nice follow up to his releases. The track features GRAVEDGR, an unknown and mysterious artist who is under the same management as SAYMYNAME and under the All Access Management. GRAVDGR seems to be the latest member of the Heavyweight Records collective founded by Carnage.
The song Hijueputa is a festival ready track and starts off with some heavy kicks thats reminiscent of Hard House music. The track then begins a buildup with some vocal melodies and then becomes extremely aggressive. The music stops and then the song builds up to some beautiful chord progressions and goes back into the Hardstyle sound. The track overall seems like parts of different songs but offers something for everyone to find enjoyment in. I personally love that chord buildup at two minutes and twenty seconds into the song.
Out today, UK based producer Duckworth Sound drops a fire driven take on Carnage & Ape Drums’ track “Chupacabra.” Duckworth sound brings a unique sound that styles jungle terror, part tropical bass with a little bit of trap influences. His deep drums compliment his basslines & synths perfectly. Luke Duckworth, aka Duckworth sound has gotten support from the likes of Diplo, DJ Snake, Borgore, Laidback Luke & the Bingo Players. Currently 20 years old, he has been producing since the ripe age of 16. Expect some heavy hitters from him in the future. A few months ago, he was featured on Showcase Mondays & has released an EP with Club Cartel records. You can download this hot remix below or via his Soundcloud page. Keep an eye out for his upcoming feature on Arntre Radio next month.
When I first popped this on, I came in expecting some big-room, festival trap track. Dead wrong on all accounts! This lil’ beauty completely caught me off guard, in the most pleasant of ways. This deep-tech house beast is perfect for the club to a big set. Nothing overly complex about this, but that kinda is the beauty in it. I find our younger generation is so obsessed with tracks having to have 50 different things going on to be a “good production” and I feel they are losing the point with some of the, less is more, design styles. Enjoy this groove y’all. –Roane