Carnage has a niche of turn up trap music more or less on lock down. Love him, hate him, Team Deadmau5 or Team Carnage, one would have to be stupid to ignore the massive success the producer has seen curating his signature sound. He has locked down massive tracks with some of hip hops biggest
Ultra Worldwide will be marking its sixth continent this upcoming February in preparation for Ultra Music Festival’s 20th year anniversary. This will mark the beginning to another wonderful tradition on the beautiful grounds of Australia. Plans have already been confirmed for Ultra Australia 2019 to take place in Sydney and Melbourne. In excitement for this
Just this past weekend, Carnage accused Deadmau5 of shoving him at the Cemetery of Sound festival. According to Carnage, deadmau5 walked up to Carnage and pushed him for no apparent reason. Deadmau5 on the other hand accused Carnage of threatening him. While it seemed that the situation had settled down, Carnage started a “f*ck deadmau5”
Josh Pan has a legitimate gift. The man first rose to popularity in the dance music world when he started a Twitter thread involving a ridiculous erotic fan fiction between Jai Wolf and Ghastly. He was inspired to do so after a borderline stupid Twiiter feud that saw everyone from Moe Shalizi to the Diplo
This Feud might be easily the most bizarre thing of 2017. Carnage says one thing, Deadmau5 says another. Someone got pushed, feelings were hurt, and overall I am having a hard time caring. Still that being said Deadmau5 has finally released his side of the story. It does make perfect sense from his perspective. Honestly
Last night, Carnage and Deadmau5 performed at Cemetery of Sound in Calgary, Canada. During the festival, a huge feud occurred between the two DJs. According to Carnage, after his performance, Deadmau5, surrounded by security, walked up to him and pushed him for no supposed reason. Afterwards, security escorted the trap star out of the premises.
Carnage has in some ways became a meme in the electronic dance music world. The producer rose to fame with his ultra popular remixes of electro house tracks such as Hardwell’s ‘Spaceman’. He brought a new trap sound to tracks that people could immediately fall in love with. It made the dance music world so
The first wave of UK punk was a big, loud, obnoxious negation of almost everything that had come before, of all the tasteful ’70s stuff that had been in the air. Johnny Rotten famously wore an “I hate Pink Floyd” shirt to his Sex Pistols audition, and the entire movement existed in direct opposition to … More »
Since the genre’s inception, it has been incumbent upon new entries to the hip hop canon to pay homage to their predecessors. Which is why I was getting really fucking worried that no one had dropped an EP specifically honoring Martha Stewart by name.
Thankfully, Young Thug continues to prove himself as the Only Sane Human Being in Music™ by releasing a new, collaborative EP with Carnage entitled…Young Martha. The project is relatively short, weighing in at only four tracks, but each one is dense and heavily produced, bursting with flavor. Sort of reminds me of Martha’s Lemon Tartlets with Meringue Caps: diminutive in size but expansive in their sweet and tangy deliciousness, sheer engineering marvels of quality v. quantity.
That attention to detail isn’t the only similarity between Thugger and the icon Martha Stewart. Speaking to HotNewHipHop about the project, Carnage said “[I wanted] to take like everything we love about Thug, and put steroids in that. It’s just, you know, Martha Stewart, in her prime when she was making billions of dollars. She’s a boss. Before she had to take that L, but when she was takin’ them dubs…That was Young Martha. This whole thing is going to be so dope.”
That was Young Martha Indeed. While rubbing elbows with Snoop Dogg and spending a cool five months behind bars, yet still enjoying a for taste the finer things in life, Stewart has arguably racked more street cred than Soundcloud’s entire user base. Head here to download Thug and Carnage’s humble tribute to the American mogul and/or stream it down below — and while you listen, you’re welcome to imagine Stewart on her back porch in East Hampton with a fresh plate of hors d’oeuvres, rolling up something quality, and bumping this tape through a bunch of speakers that are disguised to look like rocks. What a lifestyle.
Earlier this month, Young Thug and dance producer Carnage debuted their new team-up Young Martha with a remarkable video for “Homie,” and today they’ve shared another fruit of their labor called “Liger.” It’s a booming and regal-sounding track where Young Thug raps, “I’m rich so I don’t have to vote.” :/ Listen to … More »