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.
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The Social Festival is set to launch in Latin America early next year, hosting two events in Mexico City, Mexico and Bogotá, Colombia on 17th and 18th March, 2017.
Founded by DJ Nic Fanciulli five years ago, the Saved Records boss and Space Ibiza regular has drafted in friend, DJ/producer Carl Cox, to headline the Latin American edition of The Social, with more artists yet to be announced.
"We’re extremely excited to be bringing The Social to Latin America for 2017, " says Nic Fanciulli about the decision to host The Social Festival in Latin America.
Carl Cox's Pure festival series is taking shape nicely with the addition of three techno and house titans to the line-up.
Once again, one-day Pure events will hit the Australian cities of Melbourne and Sydney, along with new dates in Perth and Auckland, Newzealand.
April 2017 will see Drumcode honcho Adam Beyer, the return of Bush Records boss Eric Powell and Denmark's Noir alongside Coxy as all four events (apart from Noir who will sit out the NZ festivals).
Ultra Music Festival Miami has revealed its Resistance stage line-up for the festival that will take place Friday 24th through Sunday 26th March 2017 in Miami’s downtown Bayfront Park.
Alongside the massive spider-like Arcadia structure will be the return of Carl Cox & Friends to a new mega platform. Joining the previously mentioned names, Resistance will host ANNA, Chris Liebing, Dosem, Dubfire, Eats Everything, Hector, Hot Since 82, Jamie Jones, Kölsch, Maceo Plex, Matador, Matthias Tanzmann, Nic Fanciulli, Reboot, Seth Troxler, Technasia and wAFF.
Igloofest in Montreal will feature Carl Cox, Chris Liebing and Eats Everything on the festival's 2017 line-up, taking place across five weekends beginning 12th January through 19th February.
Alongside the previously mentioned names, Germany’s Apparat, masked crusader Claptone, Mobilee Records founder Anja Schneider, Dutch veteran Joris Voorn and more will join in on the action.
Carl Cox span at Sunwaves Festival in Romania in August, and now an hour of his set has been made available on Drumcode Radio. You can listen to it below.
The festival featured a huge line-up including Raresh, Fumiya Tanaka, Margaret Dygas, Paco Osuna, Barac, Alexandra and many more all performing across the weekend.
Cox is also the focus of a new documentary, titled Space Is The Place, which is set to air on Channel 4 on Wednesday 30th November.
Carl Cox is the focus of a new documentary, titled Space Is The Place, which is set to air on Channel 4 on Wednesday 30th November.
The 45-minute film documents Cox’s 2016 Ibiza season, which saw the iconic British DJ close his 15-year Space Ibiza residency, as the White Isle institution closed its doors for the final time in October. The documentary was made in collaboration with Channel 4 and RA.
Ibiza had another huge summer in 2016, which delivered its biggest ever year for tourism, as well as bid farewell to White Isle institution Space Ibiza.
South African photographer Julius Jooste finished his fourth season on the island this year photographing parties including Cocoon, Elrow, Circoloco and many more on the island.