Carl Cox announced that he will end his Global Radio show after almost 16 years of broadcasting earlier this month (Monday 9th February), but not before a few “huge shows” ahead of its final broadcast at the end of February.
Today (Friday 27th January), as Cox winds up his hugely popular Global Radio show, the British icon shared two sets from 2004 that were recorded at The Arches in Glasgow and Seoul, South Korea. You can listen to them below.
Speaking about his decision to end Global Radio when he revealed the news, Cox said, “It comes with a heavy heart to tell you that at the end of February Global Radio will come to an end after almost 16 years.
“Over the next seven weeks we have some huge shows planned so we’ll go out with a bang.”
Despite ending Global Radio, it’s already been a busy year for Cox, who came to the end of his 15-year residency at Space Ibiza last September, as the White Isle nightclub closed its doors for the last time at the end of the summer.
But last week (Thursday 26th January), Cox revealed that he will start his Pure Carl Cox Ibiza night with two parties at Privilege Ibiza this summer, which take place on Tuesday 11th and Tuesday 18th July.
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