Deadmau5 is set to headline Movement Detroit under his techno alias, Testpilot.
The Canadian's billing was announced in the second wave of acts for the festival, which takes place Saturday 27th to Monday 29th May.
Deadmau5 last performed as Testpilot back at SXSW festival in 2013, where he played alongside Richie Hawtin, who has been announced for this year's Movement event as well. You can listen to their Austin set at the bottom of the page.
Manchester’s Parklife Festival has announced names for this year's edition, which is set to kick off on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th June at Heaton Park.
Dance music legends including Eric Prydz, Fatboy Slim, Carl Cox, DJ EZ, Andy C and Pete Tong are all confirmed, alongside Jamie Jones, Seth Troxler, Armand Van Helden and Kolsch.
Carl Cox announced that he will end his Global Radio show after almost 16 years of broadcasting earlier this month (Monday 9th February), but not before a few “huge shows” ahead of its final broadcast at the end of February.
Today (Friday 27th January), as Cox winds up his hugely popular Global Radio show, the British icon shared two sets from 2004 that were recorded at The Arches in Glasgow and Seoul, South Korea. You can listen to them below.
Carl Cox has revealed that he will start his Pure Carl Cox Ibiza night with two parties at Privilege Ibiza this summer, which take place on Tuesday 11th and Tuesday 18th July. Tickets are on sale now on the links below.
Cox ended his 15-year residency at Space Ibiza when the White Isle institution closed its doors for the final time at the end of last summer’s season.
Carl Cox and Derrick May are amongst a host of big name musicians set to feature in a new documentary about the rise of acid house.
They Call It Acid collects archive rave footage and interviews with key players to plot "the development of House Music from its stripped down beginnings in Chicago to the big anthems of the outdoor raves in 1989," according to the film's website.
Ultra Music Festival Brasil, held in the city of Rio de Janeiro, has expanded to three days, taking place 12th-14th October 2017.
As the popularity of electronic dance music continues to grow, many US-based festivals are branching out to other countries to expose the masses to the fresh sounds coming from renowned DJs. Ultra Music Festival is among one of the leading events spreading this web of influence in over a dozen other locations around the globe.
Tomorrowland has revealed that Carl Cox will play a 3-hour set on the first day of the festival, which is set to take place on two consecutive weekends from 21st to 23rd and 28th to 30th July.
More names are expected to be announced through today (Monday 23rd January). We will update as more information comes in.
Tomorrowland also revealed that stages will be presented by Martin Solveig’s My House, Dave Clarke, Claptone’s Masquerade, Andrea Oliva’s ANTS, Mark Knight’s Toolroom Live and Martin Garrix’s STMPD.
Carl Cox gave a major hint about his plans for the 2017 Ibiza season when he played the Carl Cox & Friends party at London’s Tobacco Dock on New Year’s Day.
Cox played his entire set wearing a t-shirt with the logo “PURE CARL COX IBIZA 2017”, whilst on the same day a Facebook page under the name made its first post, stating simply, “Ibiza 2017... We are coming for you!”
Carl Cox has revealed that he will end his Global Radio show after almost 16 years of broadcasting. He announced it will come to an end in February in a Facebook post earlier today (Monday 9th February).
Speaking about his decision to end Global Radio, Cox said, “It comes with a heavy heart to tell you that at the end of February Global Radio will come to an end after almost 16 years.
“Over the next seven weeks we have some huge shows planned so we’ll go out with a bang.”
You can see the full post below.
Carl Cox came to the end of his 15-year residency at Space Ibiza in September, as the White Isle nightclub closed its doors for the last time at the end of the summer.
Little has been revealed about what Cox will do in Ibiza in the wake of his last ever Music is Revolution show, but when the legendary British selector played his Carl Cox & Friends party at London’s Tobacco Dock on New Year’s Day, he gave a major hint about his plans for the new season.