Carl Cox has today released his first album in over a decade, 'Electronic Generations'.
Originally announced in June and given a September release date, the album was ultimately delayed until today's date. In a recent interview with EDM.com, he described the record as "a little bit of a window or showcase of what the sound of techno is from today’s point of view," adding that "from my point of view, this is my offering".
He continued: "I could be complacent and just stick to what I already do but I can't do that. I have to go out, I have to drag my gear around, I have to set it up, I have to get a soundcheck, I have to make sure that when I do come on, it's intense. It's where I should be, where I need to be right now for me to be fulfilled in my position of who I am as a DJ and an artist."
'Electronic Generations' is made up of 17 solo tracks, as well as a bonus disc of collaborations and other material that includes contributions from Fatboy Slim, Franky Wah, Nicole Moudaber, and Chase & Status, among others.
In October, Cox previewed the new album with the 'Welcome To My World' EP.
Revisit DJ Mag's cover feature with Carl Cox from earlier this year here, and listen to the new album below.