Carl Cox will be kicking off the first in a series of livestream fundraiser events for Ibiza Soul Food in aid of Ibiza Food Bank this Saturday, 12th December.
Ibiza Soul Food is an event series set up by Universe to support the people of the White Isle through the winter - many of whom have been left unemployed and with no income due to the COVID-19 crisis.
A number of rare prints have been put up for sale to aid music crew impacted by the pandemic.
Prints For Music is a new concept from events photographer Ed Robinson, launched to raise money for Stagehand, the live production welfare and benevolent fund.
The funds raised will offer grants to out-of-work technicians and production staff who have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, with Robinson calling the initiative "our way of giving back in their time of need."
Carl Cox and Sasha are among the list of DJs taking part in a live stream event in aid of World Children's Day later this month.
Armin van Buuren is linking up with VR platform Sensorium Galaxy for a series of DJ sets.
Spanning live and pre-recorded performances, the Dutch DJ and producer will play in a new virtual world called PRISM, which has been developed by Sensorium Galaxy along with The Night League and High Scream.
The gigs will feature a photorealistic avatar of van Buuren, created using state-of-the-art motion capture technology, which will be fully unveiled when the platform launches early in 2021.
Carl Cox is playing a semi-modular live show online today, according to the techno hero's Twitter feed.
The UK stalwart took to social media to post a video of himself in front of an intimidatingly complex array of kit, cables and analogue consoles, and has invited fans to join him at 6PM CEST today for a live workout. When the time comes, you can find the stream here.
Carl Cox is set to host a series of VR concerts.
Teaming up with Sensorium Corporation — a tech company developing a social VR platform — Carl Cox will host some of his best DJ sets (recorded and live) via the platform, joining previously announced DJ, David Guetta.
Carl Cox has slammed the UK government for saying the dance scene is not “viable” during a Q&A at Brighton Music Conference.
Carl Cox has revealed he has a book on the way.
In the most recent episode of Dubfire's DJs and Beers streaming series, which features conversations between DJs each week, Carl Cox, Chris Liebing, Dubfire, Matt Edwards, and Truncate met up on a Zoom call to wax lyrical. During the chat, speaking from his home in Melbourne, Coxy revealed that alongside his tour manager Ian, he'd written a book titled Oh Yes, Oh Yes.
Stating the book was finished before the pandemic, Coxy said that COVID-19 and more personal events in recent months had put a halt on his plans to release it.
Brighton Music Conference has unveiled the line-up for its 2020 outing.
Doubling up as the first music industry conference to take place this year, the UK's foremost electronic music and networking event returns across October 1st-2nd with Carl Cox, Faithless, Fatboy Slim, Orbital, Danny Howard and many more.