Carl Cox & Friends Tour 2006
Thursday, December 15, 2005
Saturday 7th January - Summa field days- Gold Coast
Friday 20th January - Heat Nightclub- Perth
Saturday 21st January - Home- Sydney
Wednesday 25th January - Discovery- Darwin
Thursday 26th January - Shores- Adelaide
Saturday 28th January - ANU- Canberra
Wednesday 1st February - Warehouse Nightclub- Bendigo
Thursday 2nd February - Geelong Hotel- Geelong
Saturday 4th February - Metro Nightclub- Melbourne
CARL COX [UK]
So much has been said about one of the greatest DJs in the world. Carl Cox has excelled as a producer, artist, remixer, radio DJ, businessman, and ambassador for dance music. In the UK he is a full-blown 'Pop Star'. As anyone who has met him will attest, Carl Cox is the living embodiment of the perfect gentlemen, the DJ diplomat and progressive music pioneer.
Carl Cox began 1996 with the launch of his own record label, Worldwide Ultimatum, releasing his debut self-produced album 'At The End Of The Cliche'. This album was a culmination of influences gained from 18 years of the experience. It took over two years to complete and stormed up the UK charts attaining a position of #22. Carl Cox's achievements do not stop there. He has appeared on Top of the Pops and in 1996 was awarded the International Dance Award "Dj Of The Year" for the second year in a row. Muzik Magazine crowned him "DJ Of The Year" in their readers' poll and he received "Best DJ Of The Year" accolades in Scotland, Ireland, France and Germany. He has graced the covers of England's biggest music magazines including Mixmag and a continual Top10 position in DJ Mag's illustrious count down.
Carl Cox has rocked dance floors the world over and has conquered corners of the globe previously left untouched. Maintaining a constant tour schedule, playing throughout the UK and Europe, he recently mesmerized thousands in Israel, South Africa, Japan and Australia. Cox appeared at the legendary Love Parade (one of the world's largest raves) in Berlin playing to over 80,000 people. He is the featured DJ this year at T In The Park, and continues to play the UK's biggest clubs including Slam, Cream, Lakota and Ministry Of Sound.