Carnao Beats Interview
Ermm... I think H.O.U.S.E has a special place in my heart as it helped me massively with celebrities & ravers all loving it and sharing it definitely done wonders.
Drawing on his years of inspiration which led him to producing his own music, Carnao Beats can confidently say he’s got skills on the decks. If you’re wondering what to expect from him at a show the man himself describes his sets as “Unplanned, high energy, with some very deep elements,” a combination that ensures that his talent for reading a crowd and pulling out just the right record at just the right time will guarantee you some of the best nights of your life.
Ahead of his return to Egg LDN on Friday 2nd August, we caught up with Carnao Beats to discuss everything Deep House!
Egg London - The Deep House Era was a massive part of the clubbing industry and bought through a lot of artists today that are now touring all over the world, who would you pick as the best acts from that Era as your favourites?
Carnao Beats - Huxley, Route94, Art Department & Dusky
Egg London - Can you let us know what event was your favourite that you played in this Era and any fond memories?
Carnao Beats - Playing at OutBreak Festival in Coventry cities football ground was amazing. Also the launch of AudioRehab at Ministry of Sound was another level.
Egg London - If you could select a track that best describes Deep House what would you choose?
Carnao Beats - Art Department- Touch You Gently
Egg London - You produced a lot of tracks around that time, what one is your favourite and why?
Carnao Beats - Ermm... I think H.O.U.S.E has a special place in my heart as it helped me massively with celebrities & ravers all loving it and sharing it definitely done wonders.
Egg London - You’ll be returning to Egg on Friday, joining Miguel Campbell, Mark Radford are you going to be packing some Deep House Era gems in to your set?
Carnao Beats - Ohhhh yeah definitely mixed with some new heaters ;)