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.
Eric Prydz, Armin van Buuren, Carl Cox and Afrojack have been tapped to perform at Ultra Europe. The festival runs 6th through 8th July in Split, Croatia.
The remainder of the Phase One announce includes festival mainstage cornerstones Steve Angello, Alesso, Axwell /\ Ingrosso, Hardwell, and David Guetta. Marco Carola, Galantis, The Chainsmokers, DJ Snake and Marshmello complete the initial phase.
Carl Cox is heading to Oasis Festival in Morocco for the fourth instalment of the event, which has gone from strength to strength since inception.
The dance music legend makes his debut at the boutique North African party this year, where a host of other enticing names are set to play. The Black Madonna goes b2b with Derrick Carter, Actress and Mount Kimbie will DJ together, while Avalon Emerson, Jessy Lanza, Nastia, Octo Octa, Paul Temple, Powder, Rødhåd, Tim Sweeney, and William Djoko have also all been confirmed at the time of writing.
Tomorrowland has added Carl Cox, Alan Fitzpatrick, Aly & Fila, Martin Garrix, Mind Against, and Paul van Dyk to the list of names set for this year's festivals, held in the fittingly named city of Boom, Belgium.
Liam Gallagher once again professed his disdain for the dance community by boasting about never meeting master-selector Carl Cox.
“I've never heard of Carl Cox. Who is he?” responded Gallagher to a Junkee reporter after being questioned if they had ever casually hung out. The iconic singer-songwriter later added he “doesn't hang out with DJs. Fuck that, man."
Carl Cox has launched a new label with a focus on live electronic acts. Dubbed Awesome Soundwave (ASW), its debut release is courtesy of label co-founder Christopher Coe, aka Digital Primate.
The label’s debut EP will be available 02nd March, and features Coe’s forthcoming album track ‘Headland’ along with remixes by Reinier Zonneveld, Fabio Neural, Robin Kampschoer and Sly Faux.
Carl Cox and Martin Garrix’s documentary, What We Started, will arrive in theatres on 23rd March and will be available on Netflix from June. You can watch a clip from it below