Carl Cox has been named an official associate for the 2021 London Motorshow.
The techno legend’s love of cars is no secret, and in 2013 he launched his own Carl Cox Motorsport brand to represent drivers and teams in various areas of racing. From 16 - 18 July 2021, the London Motor Show will take place in Battersea Park and Cox will be bringing plenty of vehicles from his own famed car collection, as well as showcasing the brand itself. He will, of course, also be DJing the event.
Carl Cox has shared a new remix on Armada Music.
Following the release of his first solo music in two years, a techno track called ‘PURE (El Rancho Mix)’, Carl Cox has returned with a remix for Kenneth Bager and Jez Phunk on Armin van Buuren's Armada music.
On the remix, Coxy transforms 'Farmacia (Homage to Frankfurt)' from tech house to a driving, club-focused techno roller, with deep bass and thunderous drums.
Carl Cox played a special tribute set on Sunday, dedicated to his father who passed away last week.
As part of his weekly Cabin Fever: Sunday Vinyl Session series, Cox played an hour of soul, R&B, funk, reggae, soca and calypso music in tribute to his father Henry Carlisle Cox, who sadly passed away recently after a long battle with Alzheimer's.
Carl Cox has said that Illegal raves during pandemic are “not the answer”.
The techno DJ recently spoke in an interview with Sky News about the resurgance of illegal raves and parties in the UK, blaming it on the government and the lack of a clear timeline on clubs and festivals reopening.
Cox told Sky News social distancing means nightlife just cannot operate as normal. "These illegal parties are basically done out of frustration," he said. "Just done out of showing it's our right to do what we want to do. It's not the answer to this."
Carl Cox’s latest Cabin Fever live stream was a ‘90s rave special, with the legendary DJ spinning 100% vinyl on three decks.
The two-hour stream, filmed at Cox’s home, is a feast of classic rave sounds and breakbeats, with some old-school rave footage project behind him for good measure. Check it out below.
Back in March, Cox shared his first solo music in two years, a storming techno track called ‘PURE (El Rancho Mix)’.
The trailer for a documentary about iconic Birmingham techno venue Que Club, called In The Que, has landed. You can watch it below.
Released in May, the documentary charts the Que Club's thirty-year history, from when it first opened its doors in 1989.
The project, headed up by researcher Jez Collins of Birmingham Music Archive C.I.C., is happening through a National Lottery Heritage Fund grant of £42,000.
Tomorrowland continues its weekly live-stream schedule this week with a four-hour string of sets from Carl Cox, Adam Beyer b2b Ida Engberg, Netsky and Nora En Pure.
Carl Cox has shared his first solo music in two years, a storming techno track called ‘PURE (El Rancho Mix)’.
The legendary DJ has shared the immense, festival ready cut via 23rd Century Records.
Human Traffic Live has been postponed.
Due to take place over three weeks between 22nd May and 13th June at London’s Printworks, the immersive Human Traffic Live experience has been postponed indefinitely, following the global outbreak of coronavirus, or COVID-19. The news follows Boris Johnson's announcement during Friday (20th) afternoon's address to the nation that all nightclubs must close with immediate effect, due to the spread of the virus.
RESISTANCE will return to Ibiza for the 2020 season, with Carl Cox slated to perform four shows on the island.
Running from the 21st July to the 15th September, RESISTANCE will take over Ibiza club Privilege every Tuesday. The event's global ambassador, Carl Cox, will return to RESISTANCE on the 28th July, 11th & 25th August, as well as the closing party on the 15th September.
Main room resident Adam Beyer will also return to the club, performing at the RESISTANCE opening and closing parties, and three other dates across the season.