Burn Residency registration is now open as the long-standing DJ/producer competition once again seeks profile up-and-coming talent from around the globe.
Burn hopefuls are asked to upload a mix to enter, with shortlisted DJs given the chance to attend an “extensive talent program” and the opportunity to perform at iconic clubs during a five-week residency in Ibiza in May.
Carl Cox is set to unleash his first drum & bass mix in seven years on 30th March through Beats 1. It also marks his return to Apple Music’s digital station having previously featured on Beats 1's One Mix in 2016.
The mix is being shared as part of Apple Music’s One Mix Drum & Bass Month. Every Friday morning at 7am GMT throughout March a mix will be delivered by one of the best names in the genre. The shows will be re-streamed on Saturdays at 3pm GMT and will also be availabel on demand after that.
Ultra Music Festival has revealed its phase two line-up including Oliver Heldens, Afrojack, Adam Beyer, Cheat Codes and many more, with the festival set to kick off from 23rd through 25th March in Miami, Florida.
Other new additions include Krane, Quix, Modestep, Sam Paganini, Pan-Pot, Myrne and more, with Steve Angello — who was expected to join the bill as part of a long-awaited Swedish House Mafia reunion — still noticeably absent from the line-up.
Carl Cox is one of the world’s most respected DJs — but what is often overlooked is in the early ‘90s he was one of the biggest names in the UK hardcore rave scene.
As a tribute to his long-forgotten penchant for the insane BPMs and genre-defying mixes, American DJ Pearsall — who now resides in Berlin — has recorded a mix that shines a light on the music Coxy was championing between 1993 and 1994.
Carl Cox will host an intimate party on a clifftop in Bali, which should be enough to have you booking flights right now.
The legendary DJ and all-round Goliath of the dance scene is taking Mobile Disco, which he runs with Eric Powell, to the South East Asian paradise island on 19th May, where they take control of the ULU Cliffhouse for an event that will fit just 150 people.
Ultra Music Festival has dropped the second episode in its retrospective documentary series, 20 Years of Ultra, which explores the ongoing legacy of the Miami-based party.
The second episode features interviews with John Digweed, Tiesto, Hardwell, Josh Wink and many more and specifically explores the period in the early 2000s when local laws and regulations made it very difficult for large electronic music gatherings to take place.
The official trailer has been shared for Carl Cox and Martin Garrix's documentary, What We Started.
The film, which will be screened on 22nd March in Regal Cinema's South 18 in Miami during ULTRA festival, will be available to watch on Netflix from June. Other select theatres showing the documentary ahead of its general release include one in New York on 23rd March and Los Angeles' American Cinematheque’s Egyptian Theater on 29th March.
Carl Cox will be playing at San Francisco’s Midway on 30th March in order to raise funds for his annual Playground camp at this year's Burning Man festival.
Coxy has been playing the iconic festival for over a decade and along with his own rise in popularity, his Playground camp has quickly become one of the festival’s many highlights.
For his fundraising show in San Francisco, Coxy will be performing alongside Joseph Capriati, Syd Gris, Brennen Grey, Rooz, Kramer, Tamo and Paul Skinback.
Parklife Festival 2018 has confirmed Carl Cox, Andy C, Nina Kraviz, Adam Beyer, and an enormous list of other names for this year's spectacular, which takes place in Europe's largest municipal green space— Heaton Park, Manchester— on 9th and 10th June.
Ultra Music Festival will return to Miami's Bayfront Park for its 20th outing from 23rd to 25th March 2018 and brings with it the incredible RESISTANCE house and techno concept. Across the two jaw dropping areas - The Carl Cox Megastructure & Arcadia’s legendary 'Spider’ – the line-up features names such as Adam Beyer, Joseph Capriati, Nastia, Maceo Plex, Jamie Jones, Stephan Bodzin (live) and Carl Cox himself among many others.