Ultra Europe celebrated its fifth anniversary this weekend, running at the Stadion Poljud in Split, Croatia, from 14th to 16th July.
The main stage line-up featured an EDM heavy bill, with the likes of Afrojack, Armin Van Buuren, Axwell ^ Ingrosso, David Guetta, Hardwell, Martin Garrix, DJ Snake, Steve Aoki and Tiësto all performing.
Some of the biggest names in house and techno also played exclusive back-to-back sets on the RESISTANCE stage, including Nic Fanciulli b2b Eats Everything, Sasha & John Digweed and Seth Troxler b2b The Martinez Brothers.
Carl Cox returned to Ibiza earlier this week (11th July), with his Pure Carl Cox party at Privilege.
You can check out 22 insanely amazing photos from the event, which saw Cox invite some of the world’s biggest selectors to spin at the long-awaited shindig.
Over 10,000 revellers packed into the world’s largest nightclub, as Cox, Joseph Capriati, Jon Rundell, Eats Everything, tINI, Archie Hamilton and more rocked the Balearic superclub’s enormous dancefloors.
Carl Cox made his long-awaited return to Ibiza this week to play the first of two Pure Carl Cox parties at Privilege.
The King of the White Isle hadn't span on the island since Space Ibiza’s final closing party last October, and invited Joseph Capriati, Jon Rundell, Eats Everything, tINI, Archie Hamilton, Hybrasil and more to play alongside him at a Privilege packed to capacity.
Carl Cox was honoured with ribbon-cutting duties for the recently opened Space Ibiza museum, dubbed the Space Warehouse, in San Antonio, ES. Cox was joined in the proceedings by 81-year-old White Isle legend, and former Space owner, Pepe Rosello.
Open 9am – 3pm Monday through Friday, the Warehouse will showcase merchandise and memorabilia from the now-defunct club including old photos, chairs, tables, branded shirts and other accessories.
Carl Cox is a man who never stops smiling.
Game Over?, the brainchild of the respected Carl Cox at Space team, have announced a six-date run of their own at Benimussa Park Ibiza. The Wednesday event kicks off 19th July and runs intermittently through 20th September.
Headed up by Dave Browning and Eóin Smyth, Game Over is keeping the legendary crew together that curated the afterparty of the mammoth closing of Carl Cox’s 15-year Residency at Space Ibiza. Relive that moment via the video below.
While the line-ups remain un-announced for the 2017 series, the team asks we “expect the unexpected”.
In a recent interview with Ibiza Voice, Italian techno giant Joseph Capriati spoke at length about how much of a positive impact Carl Cox has had on his career and personal life.
"I learn from Carl every day," explains Capriati. "He teaches me many sides of the DJ life in general which I never experienced before."
Capriati revealed he only met Cox five years ago at Space Ibiza and they've been friends ever since.
Oliver Heldens, Carl Cox, and Lauren Lane will all be joining DJ Mag Live Ibiza for exclusive sunset streams. Heldens is first up this Sunday 9th July.
Carl Cox is set to hit DJ Mag Live Ibiza for a sunset stream on Monday 10th July.
The live stream will be the first time Cox has been on the decks on the White Isle since Space Ibiza’s final closing party last year.
Carl Cox and Martin Garrix are featured heavily in the new documentary, What We Started. You can watch a new clip from the film below.
The documentary focuses on the impact of electronic dance music, highlighting both veterans and an ultra-successful new star (Garrix).