Junction 2 has announced a swathe of all-star b2b performances for its third edition, with the don Carl Cox going toe-to-toe with Drum Code’s Adam Beyer.
Both Cox and Beyer will also perform separately at the festival too which will be taking place at London’s Boston Manor Park on 9th June.
Ahead of the festival, Adam Beyer said: "It's a dream come true. Playing back-to-back with one of my absolute heroes will be one of the highlights of my life personally as well as professionally".
Nicole Moudaber is hooked on adrenaline. As a DJ, producer, label owner and promoter, she’s created a huge fan-base thanks to a constant schedule of parties, radio shows and releases on her Mood imprint. She’s also a professional racing car driver who has stunned her team-mates with her concentration, fast learning and fearlessness behind the wheel — transferable talents honed in the DJ booth.
Carl Cox has delivered the first Essential Mix of 2018. You can listen to it below.
As deftly mixed as we’d expect from a man who was among the first to champion three-deck mixing, it features a host of astutely chosen cuts, with established names such as Riva Starr, Eats Everything, Booka Shade and Anja Schneider rubbing shoulders with fledgling acts like Tom Cole, Fabio Neural and Chris Coe.
Carl Cox will helm the BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix this weekend, ushering in its 25th anniversary on Saturday 6th January. The 4am broadcast will be the debut Essential Mix of 2018.
Cox curated his first Essential Mix in October 1994 for the program’s 49th episode.
- Alan Fitzpatrick
- DJ Yoda
- Mark System
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.