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Carl Cox crowned king of livestream

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Carl Cox crowned king of livestream

No one will have escaped it.Faced with the health crisis and the impossibility of coming together, in recent months the livestream has been the essential solution to continue to bring electronic music to life.Whether from their room, their studio or unusual places, many star DJs have taken their turntables and deliver sets remotely.While the'physical'eventstimidly begin to resume,Clubbing TVhas therefore decided to pay tribute to all these artists who will have accompanied us during the confinement.The specialized chain brought together twelve professionals from the industry and asked them to draw up a Top 40 of the best livestream DJs.

Carl Cox crowned king of livestream

Based on various criteria (regularity, scenography, etc.), here is thatCarl Coximposes himself at the top of this new classification.The pillar of the underground scene will have taken advantage of its confinement to make us discover its impressive collection of vinyls through a series of livestreams between techno, house or even trance.Behind the Briton, theMarc Rebilletphenomenonand the unavoidableDavid Guettacomplete the podium.Note also the beautiful sixth place ofBob Sinclarwho, with his 55 DJ-sets, will have been one of the most productive artists of these weeks at home.

Alongside this Top 40 whereKink(5th place),Paul Van Dyk(8th place) orMartin Garrix(14th place)also appear,Clubbing TVhas also imagined special categories.The opportunity to celebrate the coolest livestream (Paul Kaklbrenner), the best overall initiative (United We Stream) or the most notable absences (DJ Snake,Eric PrydzandSven Väth).Absentees who may be able to catch up next year.Indeed,Clubbing TVhas already announced a new ranking for 2021 and even promises to include a public vote.