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Carl Cox signs to Concord Music Publishing

With his first album for more than a decade, ‘Electronic Generations’, out later this year, Carl Cox has announced that he has signed a brand new publishing deal with Concord Music Publishing. “I’m really proud of ’Electronic Generations’ and when I played it to Concord and saw them...
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Carl Cox Reveals Why He Chose NYC’s Electric Zoo For Rare US Performance & Stage Takeover This Summer

Electric Zoo 3.0 is transforming New York’s Randall’s Island Park into a tech driven, electronic dance music paradise this Labor Day weekend. Dubbed as the “last dance” of the summer, NYC’s premiere festival today shines the spotlight on global dance music pioneer Carl Cox, who is making a triumphant comeback to the festival after 11 years. He’ll be performing a rare US festival set while also showcasing highly sought-after live acts at his Carl Cox Invites stage, taking over the Hilltop Arena on Sunday, September 4th.
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Exclusive: Carl Cox contextualizes his return to Electric Zoo, 11 years later [Q&A]

On September 4, Carl Cox will step foot on Randall’s Island for the first time in 11 years. His return to Electric Zoo, recently acquired by Avant Gardner, casts him not only as one of the event’s headliners, but also as a curator. And on the New York festival’s final day of operation, Cox and his worldly ear for underground sound will power Carl Cox Invites, a stage takeover that will feature Andrea Oliva back-to-back Ilario Alicante, Charles Meyer, Chelina Manuhutu, DJ Holographic, Loco Dice, and of course, a set from the White Island favorite himself.
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Arcadia's spider stage to host Carl Cox, Calvin Harris, Nia Archives, more at Glastonbury

Arcadia is bringing its elaborate 50-ton, fire-breathing Spider stage back to Glastonbury for this summer's festival. Having taken a year out in 2019 before the COVID-19 pandemic forced two successive cancellations of the festival, the Spider is back and will this year host sets from the likes of Four Tet, DJ EZ, Calvin Harris, Nia Archives, TSHA, Jon Hopkins and Nina Kraviz.
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