Santiago Caballero is one of the most talented DJs here in the Miami Deep/Tech House scene. He along with Pirate Stereo and Troy Kurtz have made huge waves with their popular Tuesday night romp, Slap & Tickle at The Electric Pickle, pulling an impossible amount of heads to a club when the city is still recovering from the prior weekend.
It only makes sense that he finally puts those years of DJ experience to work with his own original production- and hot damn did he start on the right beat. I first heard Carnalito during one of Caballero’s sets and it immediately caught my attention. With an obvious Latin influence, the brass hooks give this track an innovative twist that is plenty refreshing. It’s amazing that upon his first original production, Caballero has already refined his own unique style. I think Miami is ready to hear where he takes it in the future.