Carl Cox is a man who knows his disco. Despite making his name playing techno over the last three decades, the legendary selector has always had a penchant for ‘70s sounds, spinning disco, funk and soul sets annually at Burning Man and even famously jamming out a live Stevie Wonder cover in Ibiza.
Jocelyn Brown 'Somebody Else's Guy (Original 12" Mix)'
Ce Ce Peniston 'Finally (12" Choice Mix)'
Earth, Wind & Fire 'Let's Groove'
First Choice 'Love Thang (Scott Tee Remix)'
Robyn S 'Show Me Love'
Gwen McCrae 'Keep The Fire Burning'
Gwen Guthrie 'It Should Have Been You (Original 12' Mix)'
Carl Cox is set to headline the second night of Creamfields’ upcoming two-day takeover at Steel Yard London.
Taking place on May 25 and 26 next year at Finsbury Park, the event will see headline appearances from Eric Prydz presenting his HOLO live show on the first night before Carl Cox rounds off proceedings the following night with his Space Ibiza show.
Carl Cox has won the Highest Techno award in this year’s DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll. The British icon landed the No.53 spot overall.
A titan of the worldwide electronic music scene, Cox a global ambassador whose effervescence and joie de vivre behind the decks is absolutely infectious.
Junction 2 festival’s organisers have announced that it will return in 2019 for its fourth edition, expanding to become a two day event in June.
Set to take place on Friday 7th and Saturday 8th June next year, the award winning festival will return to London’s Boston Manor Park for what promises to be yet another exceptional party.
While the festival Saturday will remain focussed on hard-edged house and techno sets, the newly introduced Friday bill will focus on a more diverse and eclectic range of sounds from a wide and versatile range of DJs and producers.
Carl Cox has shared his b2b set with Joseph Capriati from Burning Man.
It's the first time ever Neapolitan techno don Capriati has hit the festival, which takes place at Black Rock City, in the midst of the Nevada Desert.
Both men are known for their lengthy spells in the booth— Capriati once span for 25 hours straight in Miami, and Cox's 2016 closing of Space in Ibiza is a ten hour thing of legend. This may not reach those epic proportions but nevertheless the pair, who are no strangers to teaming up, go at it for almost three hours.
Two weeks ago, Carl Cox and Paul Oakenfold became the first DJs to ever play at Stonehenge. Now, you can relive some of the highlights from the unique event thanks to a report done by CNN.
Playing for an intimate crowd of just 50 guests, Oakenfold played a solo sunset slot before being joined by fellow UK legend, Cox, for a special b2b. Oakenfold’s set was recorded and is set to be released as an album, ‘Live At Stonehenge’.
Last week, Carl Cox and Paul Oakenfold became the first DJs to ever play at Stonehenge.
Playing for an intimate crowd of just 50 guests, Oakenfold played a solo sunset slot before being joined by fellow UK legend, Cox, for a very special b2b. Oakenfold’s set was recorded and is set to be released as an album, ‘Live At Stonehenge’
The event was hosted by Universe, the same brand behind the Tribal Gathering festival. All proceeds raised from the event will be donated to English Heritage.
The line-up for tonight’s Resistance closing party at Privilege in Ibiza has been revealed with a b2b set from Carl Cox and Maceo Plex leading the way.
Rounding out the main room line-up are Sasha, John Digweed and Patrice Baümel. Carl Cox will also play solo in addition to his set alongside Maceo Plex.
The terrace will host Dense & Pika, Skream, Popof and a b2b from Josh Wink and Butch.
"It’s dreams come true stuff,” says Eats Everything, aka ever-jovial Bristolian Dan Pearce, when we talk to him about his debut release on Intec. A long-standing fan of the label started by Carl Cox and now run with Jon Rundell, his two-tracker (out now) — featuring ‘Bettah’ backed by ‘No Seatin Available’ — not only marks his own confidence in finally making techno, a process he puts down to a less-is-more approach in the studio, but also kicks off a series of back to back gigs between Dan and Carl.