Carl Cox has designed a limited edition baseball jersey and bracelet.
The beloved DJ, who recently won the Highest Techno award in this year’s DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll, as well as the No. 1 spot in the Alternative Top 100 DJs poll, has teamed up with merchandise company Electric Family for the charity campaign. Creating both a baseball jersey and bracelet, proceeds from sales will benefit Cox's chosen charity, St. Nicholas Nairobi Fund.
Carl Cox has taken the No. 1 spot in the Alternative Top 100 DJs poll for the second year in a row.
Launched in 2018 in association with Beatport, the Alternative Top 100 DJs list is generated by combining Top 100 DJs voting data with techno and house sales data from the world’s largest online electronic music shop. The result, as we saw last year, is a very different chart — with only a few artists crossing over into the flagship Top 100 DJs list.
Carl Cox has confirmed plans to bring his MegaStructure stage back to Ultra next March.
Next year's edition of the festival will mark the first time the MegaStructure has hosted three days at Miami's Bayfront Park, which Ultra will return to next year after this year's event took place at Virginia Key. It will feature at Ultra 2020 for all three days of the event for the first time.
Carl Cox has self-confirmed he will be on the line-up for Glastonbury 2020.
The UK legend will head to Worthy Farm for the event's much-anticipated 50th anniversary edition, as he explained to our team in the aftermath of this year's DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll reveal during ADE last Saturday. You can watch the video of the interview below.
Carl Cox has won the Highest Techno award in this year’s DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll. The legendary UK DJ landed the No.35 spot overall.
“I haven’t stopped since 1988,” Coxy tells DJ Mag. “Can you imagine if I mapped out every single party I’ve ever done, the map would be riddled with pin-drops everywhere - it would be a complete rash of events that I’ve done.”
Carl Cox cut the music mid-set during a gig in Athens last weekend to break up a dancefloor scuffle.
The beloved DJ/producer was playing at Techniques festival when a fight broke out during his set at the Gazi Music Hall. On a video filmed from the crowd, Coxy can be heard saying "Stop this shit, it's too fucking good in here right now for this aggression," before explaining he will only continue his set if the fighting stops.
Carl Cox’s Burning Man set from the Arrival stage at the Playground BRC camp has been shared online. You can listen to it below.
Described on Playground BRC’s SoundCloud page as a “maximum energy” mix, the 90-minute set is a techno heavy affair that includes classics like The Bucketheads ‘The Bomb! (These Sounds Fall Into My Mind)’.
Running from 25th August to 3rd September in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada, Burning Man sees the temporary Black Rock City co-created by participants of the festival.
Danny Tenaglia and Carl Cox feature on the new Hot Creations EP, 'Don't Turn Your Back', which arrives 27th September.
The release marks Tenaglia's debut for the label, and his solo return to the release schedule after over a decade, with 'Space Dance' dropping in 2008, although two years ago he appeared on Layton Giordani's Drumcode track, 'Live Again'.
Tomorrowland has shared a selection of full sets from weekend two.
Weekend one of the festival, which took place from the 25th to 28th July, featured sets from Eric Prydz, Adam Beyer, Skepta and many more.
Watch back the weekend two sets from Armin van Buuren, Carl Cox and Don Diablo below.
Revisit sets from the likes of Charlotte De Witte and Tiësto at weekend one of the festival earlier this month here.