Three of house and techno's biggest names are set to unite for LWE's new party SIDEXSIDE later this year, kicking off at London's Tobacco Dock on 2nd April.
Carl Cox, Seth Troxler and Joris Voorn will host three rooms respectively on the day, with more DJs yet to be announced.
Expect forgotten classics, hidden treasures, guilty pleasures and epic collaborations from the three dance music legends — pre-sale tickets are up for grabs from 10am next Tuesday 12th January.
More info here.
Get your tissues at the ready! Carl Cox is ending his 15-year run as resident at Space Ibiza next year.
The news, which the DJ revealed exclusively to us in an interview, means that 2016 will surely see the biggest and best season yet, and tickets for the final chapter are going on sale soon.
The trailblazing selector, who recently told DJ Mag that he’d be hanging up his headphones and playing his last ever set at Space next year (and has been busy releasing turtles back into the wild) has revealed that he’s curating a new event which will be hitting the southern hemisphere in April 2016.
Carl Cox has announced that next year will be his last to play at Space Ibiza. Having enjoyed a legendary residency there for 14 consecutive years, he recently explained that he’ll be hanging up his headphones in the mega club in 2016.
Speaking to DJ Mag in a new interview in the run-up to the Top 100 poll, Cox revealed that, “Next year will be my last year at Space Ibiza, so please do not miss a single night if you can, very special line-ups for 15 weeks,” before adding, “Watch this space…”
Hannah Wants has had one hell of a year. She's held down slots on the White Isle, delighted fans at a slew of UK festivals plus released some bangin' tunes, and now she's set to light-up the Dutch capital at ADE next week.
In the lead up to her ADE set, where she'll spin at the Strictly Defected showcase with Andrea Oliva, Franky Rizardo, Hector Couto and more, we sat down with Miss Wants to find out what tunes are currently making her tick.
Old rave footage will never stop being fun to watch, and we’ve just stumbled upon this incredible one from classic ‘90s rave venue, Amnesia House at Donnington Park.
The 1992 video features some incredible dance moves (read: thrusting and body rolling), straight-up gurning and neon rave outfits, with a fresh-faced Carl Cox in a baseball jacket spinning Bizzare Inc’s ‘Playing With Knives’ to the packed-out crowd.
Las Vegas is hot. The air is hot, the ground is hot; even the decks are hot, with CDJs melting in the sun faster than blocks of ice in the desert. We find Carl Cox at the Flamingo, sitting by a pool in the shade, where it is also hot. Everyone sweats during EDC weekend in Sin City, no matter the hour or the venue.
A server saunters by and presents a glass of cold, rosé champagne to the music maestro. The bubbles glitter in the afternoon light, a soothing sight to any sun-wilted soul. Ever the gentleman, Carl offers us a glass.
Brodanse, made up by brothers Austen and Scott Smart, have come into their own over the past year.
Their record label Danse Club Records recieved the backing of Armin Van Buuren and earned plaudits from the likes of Carl Cox, Skream and Groove Armada with whom they released a series of collaborations.
We’re excited to be giving away a brand new track, ‘Push Me Around’, from the duo. A characteristically smooth deep house number, the track combines a defiant vocal hook with a funk-heavy percussion backing.
Take a listen below and click to download.