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Marcos Carnaval is one of the most respected DJs and producers to come out of Brazil. This acclaimed NY-based executive has produced, remixed and licensed tracks for labels such as Tommy Boy, Universal Music Japan, Nervous Records, Strictly Rhythm, Tiger Records, Zulu Records, Net’s Work, Eden Recordings, Pyramidal Records, Vidisco, Ministry of Sound, George V Records, Star 69 and EMI Japan.
He has won multiple awards including “Best Brazilian Music Producer in the international scene in 2014 and 2013" by DJ Sound Awards, “Best Brazilian DJ in the international scene in 2012" by DJ Sound Awards (Biggest EDM Award in Latin America), “Best Brazilian DJ/Producer” in 2000/2001 by DJ Sound Awards and was nominated to the DJ Sound Award 2010 , 2011 & 2012 “Best Music Producer Award”. In addition, Marcos’ songs are featured on over 30 (thirty) CD compilations, a movie soundtrack, and 8 solo albums.
In 2014 Marcos Carnaval reached Billboard’s TOP 10 with his single “Didn’t Say” and co-produced a #1 iTunes Japan album name “New Party by Daishi Dance”. His song “808 Problems” went #1 on Traxsource’s Progressive House Charts and he got multiple original songs & remixes featured on iTunes, Beatport, Traxsource & Billboard Top 100 Charts. His songs have been also featured on Pete Tong’s BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix show, Bob Sinclar ‘s radio show, Roger Sanchez’s Release Yourself radio show, Strictly Rhythm radio show, John Dahlback’s Mutants radio show & Paul Oakenfold's Planet Perfecto radio show.