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Carl Cox - Global 533 (07-06-2013)

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Carl Cox - Global 533 (07-06-2013)
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Carl Cox - Global 533

Make sure you've checked out this week's Global -featuring myself and Laurent Garnier (official page) playing back to back - recorded live at the Rex, Paris.
Catch my friends Cassy Britton and Heidi (official page) on the Boiler Room live stream from 8pm GMT. Looking forward to having them both with me at Space Ibiza over the summer.
A musical ambassador since he was in short trousers, a professional DJ since his early teens, a veteran of acid house and a champion of techno you name it, Carl's been there and done it, never losing sight of his passions playing music, breaking tunes, spreading love and celebrating life.

2010 was another phenomenally busy year for Carl. He launched Intec Digital, the digital return of his seminal Intec Records, with exclusive releases from some of the biggest names in techno. He also launched his first ever iPhone App, giving fans the opportunity to get all the latest news, tour dates, exclusive photos, videos and new music at the touch of a button, whilst also providing direct access to Carls record breaking Global radio show, which now reaches over 12 million listeners worldwide. He also released his first ever Global Underground album, Black Rock Desert, put the finishing touches to his new artist album, due next year, played in venues across the USA, South America, Europe, the Far East, and Australia, and enjoyed his most successful Ibiza season to date, with the Revolution Continues, his 9th consecutive year at Space.

A perennial favorite as the best DJ in the world according to fans as well as the major mixing magazines, Carl Cox has been a part of Britain's dance scene from the heady days of disco through to the global clubland of the new millennium, with temporary pit stops covering hip-hop, the rare groove movement, and the immense rave revolution of the late '80s. That large span of time has undoubtedly affected his choice of records, since Cox routinely detours through breakbeat, Italian house, and the dance mainstream during his usual sets of hard techno. Perhaps the best testament to his mixing skills is his immense popularity despite his focus on music much more intense than the brand of arena trance spawned by Oakenfold, Sasha, Digweed, and others.
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