Heavyweight Records Tag

Heavyweight Records just dropped a hefty compilation EP entitled 'Lockdown'. The 'Lockdown' EP features six thunderous tracks from breakout dubstep artists such as STEEZ, Elle, and Zoobstool. The six-track EP was released from the Carnage-founded record label Heavyweight Records, which has prided themselves on showcasing up and coming talent from new producers. During the global COVID-19 crisis, the record label took

As festival organizers across the globe continue to innovate amidst the COVID019 pandemic, Guatemalan-American producer Carnage has taken festival announcements into his own hands. By becoming recognized not only for his festival trap signature, but his world-wide festivals such as his RARE Fest in locations such as New York and even Bangkok. Carnage also continues to make trap and bass history through

After playing a legendary back to back set with Diplo at Miami's Club Space, Guatemalan-American producer Carnage always knew that Miami will have a special place in his heart. From releasing hard-hitting tracks such as "Blitzkrieg" with Nazaar and an epic collaboration on "Nah Nah" with Timmy Trumpet featuring masked duo Wicked Minds, Carnage has been on a roll this year already to bring

The Belgian DJ and producer Koen Bauweraerts better known as Coone has just released a powerful remix of Carnage and Nazaar' hard bass track 'Blitzkrieg'. This big edit is out now via Heavyweight Records / EMPIRE. After a tough 2018 , on late-July 2019 we witnessed the return of Carnage after overcoming his mental health issues that kept him away from the stages. That time, Papi

Expanding his imprint even further, Carnage's Heavyweight Records is now rising up there with the top artist record labels of the electronic music scene. With a lot of releases from himself and other top artists, it has become one of the labels that aspiring artists aim to showcase their tracks on. Producers like Timmy Trumpet, Will Sparks and Luca Lush have all featured on Heavyweight

GRAVEDGR returns to Carnage's Heavyweight Records for yet another haunting release in the form of "6 Feet Under". The heavy-hitting and yet predominantly lyrical track kicks off a story that will unfold throughout the rest of GRAVEDGR's upcoming debut album, told from the perspective of someone with good intentions with evil repercussions. Donning an image to match the sound, his consistently black attire and signature

Las Vegas based Carnage is someone who knows the music industry in and out. Known as one of the reigning kings of Festival Trap and Hard Bass, he later become one of the first DJs to properly reach out to the Hip-Hop world and make tracks with some one of the champions of Hip-Hop including G-Eazy and Wiz Khalifa which earned him attention from TIME and

Not much is known about up-and-coming American producer Gommi - who got the name from a nickname he called his grandmother - but one thing is clear: he didn't come to mess around. Gommi made his debut in 2018 on Carnage owned Heavyweight Records with his original track "Psychosis"  - with an appropriately disturbing music video to accompany the powerful track. After releasing remixes for other

Heavy, hard-hitting tracks are forcing their way through the progressive barrier built so well over the years by the likes of Axwell and co., as the diversity across the electronic community invites even genres more onto a main stream platform. Earlier years saw the likes of trance and house making headlines. As time developed, progressive house was born and cemented

It has not been long since heavy-hitting bass specialist GRAVEDGR dropped a bomb of a debut track on the electronic music industry back in June which certainly set about causing a storm. The track in question - 'Rampage' - released on Carnage's label Heavyweight Records was a true introduction for the newcomer who's identity is still shrouded in mystery. All we know so far is

Dropping a bomb for his debut track and packing all the attitude, GRAVEDGR unleashes a monster production on Carnage's imprint Heavyweight Records and its ready to cause a storm. The new edition from the producer has already garnered a lot of attention thus far through festival season and rightly so. GRAVEDGR has conjured up a sinister track to match the familiar sounds known by diehard bassheads across