Indie artist Carlosh Garzat began producing mashups and writing original music at the age of 15. His first release became a regional viral hit in his hometown, Monterrey, Mexico in the summer of 2006.
Four years later, Garzat started working on what would become his first EP, "Deconstruction", (then under the pseudonym Moodyboy) with a glitchy dystopian aesthetic. Eventually, the stage name was swapped for an amalgam of his name and initials, and began releasing singles in 2014: "Done Me Wrong" and "Mechanical", followed by "Obrigado" in 2015, the full EP later that year, and a final single, "Perfect Possession", in early 2016.
A second EP focused on mental health awareness, "Agoraphobia", became his sophomore effort in December 2016, featuring the singles "You Would Have To Love Me", "Template", and "Submerge", with promotional remixes released throughout 2017.