The early 2000s in Ibiza is the clubbing era British ravers want to revisit most, according to a new poll.
Carl Cox is giving fans a chance to meet him at a series of book signings taking place across southern England next week.
Carl Cox has urged fans to get vaccinated against coronavirus in a new interview.
Following the announcement last month that proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 will be required for entry into nightclubs in England from the end of September, Carl Cox has appeared in an NHS video to discuss the importance of vaccination and how it supports the UK's nightlife sector.
Treasured Liverpool record store 3b Records is to close at its current location, bringing its 32-year legacy on Slater Street to an end.
According to a statement by the team circulated on social media, difficulties with the landlord relating to the renewal of the shop's lease have led to the decision.
Swedish House Mafia and Carl Cox are among the names locked for BBC Radio 1's 70-hour Dance Weekend.
Taking place across the dates that Radio 1 usually heads to Ibiza for its Big Weekend, the marathon takeover is set to run from Friday 6th to Sunday 8th August, with over 20 genre-spanning DJs stepping up for sets on the air.
Eats Everything has remixed Carl Cox’s recent single, ‘Sand, Moon & Stars’.
Coxy released the original mix of Balearic house cut back in March as the soundtrack to a five-part football documentary series, ‘Club Ibiza: The Sessions’, and shared his own techno rework in April.
Now, Bristol’s Eats Everything has put his own spin on the track, which you can hear below.
Carl Cox has remixed Geraldine Hunt’s disco classic, ‘Can’t Fake The Feeling’. Check it out below.
Ramping up the 1980 track’s tempo, Cox modifies the irresistible groove of the original, turning it into a summer festival dancefloor banger, tailor-made for peak-time.
Manchester's Warehouse Project will return to its Depot Mayfield home this September, kicking off with a series of reopening parties that will stretch across three weeks.
The six events, taking place across three weekends, will mark the Warehouse Project's return after being forced to take a year out in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Beginning on Friday, 17th September, Chic & Nile Rodgers will play live, with support from Horse Meat Disco, Norman Jay, DJ Paulette and more.
Carl Cox has signed to a major label.
Global techno icon Carl Cox has revealed that he has signed to music publisher and record label BMG as a major recording artist.
Other legendary dance acts on the BMG artist roster include Fatboy Slim and The Prodigy, while the publishing arm holds rights to productions by the likes of Aphex Twin, David Bowie, Gary Numan and Bebe Rexha.