Carl Cox will be bringing Pan-Pot, Darren Emerson, and Jon Rundell along for his forthcoming headlining set at New York City’s Governors Island.
The 18th June event will be one of the first for the new outdoor venue, and Cox’s first set in the city in over two years. Produced by RPM Presents, Carl Cox Presents: Intec Island is already being heralded as the “show of the summer”.
What We Started, a new documentary featuring Carl Cox and Martin Garrix that traces the roots of American dance music, is set to premiere at L.A. Film Festival on Thursday 15th June.
Carl Cox brings his renowned Intec label to New York on Sunday 18th June, taking over Governer's Island for his first party in the city in over two years!
Set up by NYC promoters RPM Presents, the company's CEO and founder Eddie Dean said: "We are really excited and can't wait to share this one of a kind venue with everyone. I have been in love with Governor's Island for years and have always love this part of the Island. We're bringing in top talent with highly curated line-ups to match — and wait until you see the view."
Tomorrowland have announced the second in their 'Daybreak Sessions' compilations series, a 3-CD series devoted to the very best deep and tech-house from the festival's stages.
For round two, masked DJ Claptone is at the helm, alongside Danish hero Kolsch and duo Gorje Hewek and Izhevski, who are set to provide "a selection of heavenly beats... straight from the heart".
Ultra Music Festival landed at Miami Music Week for its 19th year last weekend, running from Friday 24th to Sunday 26th March on the Florida city’s Bayfront.
Below you can see 16 insanely amazing photos from the event, which show Ultra’s incredible production and stages, including Carl Cox’s Resistance MegaStructure and the Arcadia Spider.
The weekend featured a number of huge performances too, including DJ Snake - who you can see bring Atlanta trap star Future on stage below - as well as Major Lazer, Martin Garrix and more.
Miami Music Week kicked off in style last week, with thousands of electronic music lovers descending on the Florida city.
Check out our review of events below, as well as 31 insanely amazing photos from the week.
Action for the DJ Mag crew begins on Tuesday evening with Doorly & Friends at the 1 Hotel Rooftop, which involves some nifty back-to-back action with Skream, Kolsch and Solardo.
Ultra Music Festival never disappoints when it comes to visual spectacle, and 2017 is already looking to be no different with the release of a new teaser video for the Carl Cox & Friends stage.
Lighting design legend Steve Lieberman — head of SJ Lighting, a go-to company for the likes of Ultra, EDC and more — has shared a graphics render of this year's setup, which features rising and falling panels and a host of other mind-boggling lighting effects.
Carl Cox will be making the switch to Privilege Ibiza this summer for a new party — dubbed Pure Carl Cox — for two nights in July.
Kicking off on Tuesday 11th, Cox will be joined by Joseph Capriati, Jon Rundell, Eats Everything, Archie Hamilton, Hybrasil and more for the opening party.
The following week on the 18th, Cox will welcome Nicole Moudaber, The Martinez Brothers, Kerri Chandler, Nastia and more head to the While Isle for a full-blown stomper.