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Carl Cox - Global 670 (Recorded Live in Melbourne, New Years Day 2016) (22-01-2016)

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Carl Cox - Global 670 (Recorded Live in Melbourne, New Years Day 2016) (22-01-2016)
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As a founder of the sound, Carl rode the exploding British rave scene. He played the opening night of Danny Ramplings legendary Shoom, co-promoted The Project with Paul Oakenfold, held a residency at the Zap Club in Brighton and at the Sunrise rave in 1988, hooked up a third turntable for his dawn-breaking set, got 15,000 people back on their feet, and established a personal rep for three-deck wizardry.

The next step was to make music, and Carl's 1991 debut single for Paul Oakenfold's Perfecto label, 'I Want You,' gave him a top 30 hit and a Top of the Pops appearance. Two more singles also made the charts. But Carl was a reluctant pop star and as the masses moved onto fluffy house and trance, and the hardcore created jungle, Cox retreated into the club world that had nurtured him, and instead embraced the underground sounds of techno. "Techno drives home somewhere," he says of his core music. "It takes you to an element of surprise, not knowing where you're going. It's scary but wonderful at the same time."
Carls classic releases include his 1995 mix CD, 'F.A.C.T,' which became a techno benchmark, selling over 250,000 copies, and the 1996 EP 'Two Paintings and a Drum,' which again broke the British top 30. Alongside Carls Ultimate Music Management company, which counted Josh Wink and Laurent Garnier among 27 clients, there was the Ultimatum record label, for which Carl recorded his third top 30 UK single, 'Sensual Sophis-ti-cat.' In 2005, Carls third album, The Second Sign caused a stir across Europe and reached number 3 in Spains national chart. Also gaining critical acclaim was Dirty Bass, a collaboration with Christian Smith, and the funky Give Me Your Love, both released on 23rd Century Records, an outlet for his own burgeoning production output.

Carl formed his own label, Intec Records, in 1999, scoring a series of underground hits and enjoying eight years at the forefront of electronic music. After its closure in 2006, Carl was still inundated with new music, finally deciding to re-launch the label as Intec Digital at the start of 2010. Its been a triumphant return, thanks to exclusives from some of the biggest names in techno. The label couldnt be going better, says Carl. Its great to be back at the helm discovering underground DJs.
Carl Cox - Global 670 (Recorded Live in Melbourne, New Years Day 2016) (22-01-2016)
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