Half the country might be heading to a field this month, and half the country’s cities are hosting weekenders. But that doesn’t mean the top UK events in June 2019 don’t involve clubs, too.
Carl Cox b2b Jamie Jones, Charlotte de Witte, The Black Madonna, Bicep, Andy C and more are confirmed for Arcadia's new 50-metre high stage at Glastonbury.
The area is consistently one of the most impressive at the festival, or any other the crew collaborate with, thanks to the dramatic aesthetics, pyrotechnic effects and huge bookings, with the most iconic setup involving an enormous fire-breathing robot spider.
Carl Cox will headline two nights at Ibiza’s DC-10 this summer as part of Game Over’s One Night Stand party series.
Following headline slots at Amnesia, Pacha and DC-10 as part of One Night Stand last summer, Coxy has now been locked to return to the Friday party on 12th July and 9th August.
Where do you start with Exit Festival? From its rawer, more intimate early years through to today's monumental offering, this award-winning gathering has always been about free expression, experimentalism and activism. Not to mention incredibly good tunes.
Carl Cox, Fatboy Slim, Faithless and stacks more are now locked for Glastonbury 2019.
The Glade area has unveiled its line-up, with a host of high-profile names on the bill. Squarepusher will play an acid set, John Digweed, George FitzGerald and Seth Troxler will also play across the three rigs, with Leftfield down for a DJ set.
Carl Cox is headlining Nic Fanciulli’s new party, Dance Or Die, at Ushuaïa Ibiza this summer.
The event series, the brainchild of the legendary Nic Fanciulli, will see Cox joined by Paco Osuna and Acid Mondays for the colossal opening night, with ravers promised a "post-apocalyptic, neon-playground where the possibilities are limitless". Have a look at the artwork below. Our curiosity has certainly piqued...
Last month, Point Blank made their way to Florida to attend the annual Miami Music Week Winter Music Conference. Now, they have unveiled exactly what they got up to whilst they were there; from interviewing legendary DJs and producers to sitting in on thought-provoking panels, hosting beat-making sessions and of course checking out the epic parties on offer, see what went down at WMC 2019 in their Miami Music Week video roundup.
Carl Cox doesn't do things by halves. The UK-born DJ legend is synonymous with curating incredible line-ups, particularly during his time programming his Music Is Revolution parties at Space Ibiza. Since Space's closure in 2016, Carl has been focusing on his Pure Carl Cox events, taking the techno party on the road each year with a bunch of high-profile guests to keep him company.
A45 'Somewhere Into The Distance'
DJ Lulu & DJ gas 'Broke Funk (Jason Hodges Dub)'
Enrico Sangiuliano 'Astral Projection'
Kamera 'Consignia (Truncate Remix)'
DJ Pierre & Green Velvet vs Phuture 'Acid Trax 2011 (Kris Menace Remix)'
Pure, the techno-focused concept party that Carl Cox founded and has been running in Australia with Richie McNeill and Eric Powell, is coming to the US.
With Josh Wink, Worthy and of course Eric Powell in tow, Carl Cox will be bringing Pure to New York City's Brooklyn Mirage on June 15th.
Ultra has revealed the dates for 2020's festival, just days after this year's edition reached its conclusion.
The monolithic session will return to Miami on 27th March, running through until 29th March. There has been no confirmation as to whether the action will take place at this year's site, Virginia Key, which was secured after local authorities refused a license for the event's old home, Bayfront Park.