Carl Cox will perform on Brighton Beach this summer.
As part of iconic venue Concorde 2's 21st birthday celebrations, UK techno stalwart Carl Cox will play a set on the seafront in July, supported by Kieran Brindley.
Taking place from 5PM until 10:30PM on Friday 23rd July, the performance from Coxy follows a series of lockdown streams amid the pandemic, including a livestream fundraiser event for Ibiza Soul Food in aid of Ibiza Food Bank.
Crowdfunding is under way for a new book which will look back at the history of the '90s UK rave scene through the lens of one of its key MCs, Magika.
'Make Some Noize' features contributions from Carl Cox, with whom Magika performed in the '90s. "Magika could move the crowd like no other MC," Cox says of him. He also acted as hypeman on sets by the likes of Grooverider, Andy C, DJ SS and Slipmatt.
Joseph Capriati has announced a new remix series featuring the likes of Carl Cox, ANNA and DJ Stingray.
Following the release of his 'Metamorfosi' LP via his own Naples-based imprint Redimension last year, Italian DJ and producer Joseph Capriati has tapped up a handful of peers to remix album tracks as part of an EP series.
BBC Radio 1 has revealed the newest members of the Radio 1 Residency line-up.
After announcing Joy Orbison, DJ EZ, Amelie Lens and SHERELLE as residents on Radio 1 last summer, the station has now announced the latest names to be joining the weekly rotation, which will kick off on the 1st March, and continue throughout the month.
Carl Cox's official biography, Oh Yes, Oh Yes, is available to pre-order now.
Speaking from his home in Melbourne last year during an episode of Dubfire's DJs and Beers streaming series, Coxy revealed that alongside his tour manager Ian he'd written a book titled Oh Yes, Oh Yes.
Carl Cox will be kicking off the first in a series of livestream fundraiser events for Ibiza Soul Food in aid of Ibiza Food Bank this Saturday, 12th December.
Ibiza Soul Food is an event series set up by Universe to support the people of the White Isle through the winter - many of whom have been left unemployed and with no income due to the COVID-19 crisis.
A number of rare prints have been put up for sale to aid music crew impacted by the pandemic.
Prints For Music is a new concept from events photographer Ed Robinson, launched to raise money for Stagehand, the live production welfare and benevolent fund.
The funds raised will offer grants to out-of-work technicians and production staff who have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, with Robinson calling the initiative "our way of giving back in their time of need."
Carl Cox and Sasha are among the list of DJs taking part in a live stream event in aid of World Children's Day later this month.