Carl Cox has shared his b2b set with Joseph Capriati from Burning Man.
It's the first time ever Neapolitan techno don Capriati has hit the festival, which takes place at Black Rock City, in the midst of the Nevada Desert.
Both men are known for their lengthy spells in the booth— Capriati once span for 25 hours straight in Miami, and Cox's 2016 closing of Space in Ibiza is a ten hour thing of legend. This may not reach those epic proportions but nevertheless the pair, who are no strangers to teaming up, go at it for almost three hours.
Spanning everything from the melancholic strings of Simon Brian and Gabriela Smith's 'This Time', to the acid energy of Fast Eddie's remix of Tyree Cooper's 'Turn Up The Bass' and euphoric synthy roller, 'The Difference It Makes' from The MFA, it's well worth a listen.
Looking for more Burning Man bits? Check out this selection of clips from Diplo, including his own b2b with Flume, and read about the space blanket NASA developed to create a giant shaded area for 2018's gathering.
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