Carl Cox announces return to Ibiza with DC-10 residency
"I will be finally back on the island with my own residency"
Carl Cox is set to head back to the White Isle, with a brand new residency at DC-10 this summer!
Carl announced the news on Twitter: "Ibiza... it’s a pleasure to announce that this summer I will be finally back on the island with my own residency as I’ll be bringing #CarlCoxInvites to the church that is DC-10 for 8 weeks!!! Tuesdays… Here we go again. Oh yess!!"
The residency will run every Tuesday from July 5 - August 23.
An Ibiza veteran, Famously Carl broadcasted his parties live from the legendary Space nightclub for 15 years, with the final season (named: 'The Final Chapter') taking place on Tuesdays throughout the summer of 2016.
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After this, Cox was given a residency at Privilege Ibiza, for this Mixmag spoke with different people who attended his 10-hour rave at the club in 2017.
A raver at the Cox night at Privilege told us: "I went to Space Closing last year and it was the best night of my life. We stayed right until the end to watch Carl Cox and Nic Fanciulli play back-to-back."
Other partygoers told us: "We’ve been coming to Ibiza for years to see Carl perform at Space and we were all a bit gutted that it was over. To be honest, we didn’t even know if he was going to play in Ibiza again. So, as soon as we heard he was playing at Privilege, we booked our flights and our accommodation and here we are!"
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Last week, Carl Cox and Fatboy Slim teamed up to release their new single ‘Speed Trials On Acid’.
Released on April 8, the new collaboration also includes a feature from spoken word artist, Dan Diamond.
A snippet of the forthcoming track was posted via Dan Diamond’s Instagram of Carl Cox playing it at Ultra Music Festival with the caption: "This is so special to me. I've been waiting for this for 25 years."
Get tickets to see Carl Cox at DC-10 here.
Becky Buckle is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter