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Carl Cox may have closed out the last night at Space towards the end of 2016, but that didn’t signal the end of his association with Ibiza. He was back in the summer of 2017 for a couple of gigs for Resistance at Privilege, and while he was out on the White Isle we managed to snag him for a DJ Mag live stream.
Carl Cox will headline Creamfields’ 2018 event next August, making it the first time the techno legend has appeared at the UK festival in a decade.
Running Thursday 23rd to Sunday 26th August next year, Cox will also curate his own Intec stage in honour of his label of the same name.
The brand will take over on Friday night (24th August) in Creamfields’ enormous Steel Yard mega-structure — which is also set to host gigs from Above & Beyond and Tiesto in London early next year — with fellow headliners still to be announced.
Carl Cox will play a special set in an Irish castle next year.
It's the first time Coxy has played in Ireland in close to 10 years, with the event set to kick off on 25th August at Ballinlough Castle — just one hour outside Dublin.
The event is in celebration of Cox's label, Intec Digital, and will see Carl spin for three hours alongside a selection of special guests from the imprint.
Tickets are on sale this Thursday 30th November priced from €59.50 from Ticketmaster and outlets nationwide.
PLAYdifferently have released a video in their ‘How I PLAY’ series, featuring Carl Cox discussing his technical set-up with the company’s acclaimed MODEL 1 mixer.
The video sees the much-loved DJ provide insight into the ins-and-outs of his legendary multiple-deck set-up, touching on everything from filtering techniques to use of FX and how he treats the mixer like an instrument.
“Making a video with the Model 1 was a lot of fun,” Cox said. “To be able to really show what this mixer can do from my point of view was a pleasure to show.”
Carl Cox and Nile Rodgers are finally set to release their first ever collaboration, titled 'Beat The Track', which lands today (Friday 27th October).
The tune has landed dual premieres on both Pete Tong’s BBC Radio 1 show as his Essential New Tune and on Spotify’s most followed electronic playlist Mint.
According to the press release, the collaboration came about when "Carl met Nile on stage at Ultra Music Festival a few years back as both have been long time fans of each other for years, but had never met.
A new documentary from DJSounds looks at the impact of touring and DJing on the mental health and lives of those lucky enough to do it. ‘Why We DJ – Slaves to the Rhythm’ is a 38-min insight into the world of travelling, performing, partying and producing and how the fast-paced world of dance music can take its toll. Luciano, Seth Troxler, B Traits, Carl Cox, and Ben Pearce – whose mental health issues have been widely publicised – all discuss their own views and experiences on the road.
Carl Cox has been revealed as the winner of the Highest Techno category in this year’s DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll. The British icon came in at No. 62 overall.
Unofficially known as the Nicest Man In Dance Music, Carl has taken a bit of time out to do other things besides DJing this year.
“I’ve been running the Carl Cox Motorsport team,” he told DJ Mag after scooping the Highest Techno gong again. And one look at the group’s Facebook page suggests they’ve had some great successes of late.
Carl Cox's set from Burning Man is now online and available to stream.
Coxy is next in a long line of DJs (Skrillex, Diplo, et al.) to release their sets from the famous desert-based festival, that kicks off each year in the Black Rock Desert of northwest Nevada.
Featuring cuts from Dubfire and elrow's Bastian Bux, the mix landed via John Digweed's Transitions radio show earlier this week — listen to it in full below from the 58 minute mark.