Carl Cox

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Carl Cox
Carl Cox, 2005
Background information
Birth name Carl Cox
Born (1962-07-29) 29 July 1962 (age 52)
Origin Oldham, Lancashire, England[1]
Genres House, techno, tech house Minimal Techno
Occupations Producer, DJ
Labels Intec Digital
Associated acts DJ Relentless (Holt Norfolk) (Clubstyle Parties)

Carl Cox (born 29 July 1962, Oldham, Lancashire)[1] is a British house and techno DJ and producer.[2] In the 1980s Cox was a hardcore/rave DJ. He performed at numerous clubs and also served as a monthly DJ for BBC Radio One's Essential Mix. Cox formed two record labels and now performs on his own stage yearly at various music festivals.


Cox began his career as a hardcore/rave DJ in the mid-1980s.[3] He has performed at clubs such as The Eclipse, Edge, Shelly's, Sterns Nightclub, Heaven, Sir Henry's in Cork, Ireland and Angels and The Haçienda, as well as raves for Fantazia, Dreamscape, NASA and Amnesia House. He now spearheads two record labels, Intec Records and 23rd Century Records. He also has his own stage every year at Ultra Music Festival, Tomorrowland, and Electric Daisy Carnival called Carl Cox and Friends.

He also ran Ultimate Base at the now defunct Velvet Underground on Charing Cross Road in the mid- to late 1990s. Of his many DJ highlights, he also managed to cram in the Millennium (1999 to 2000) New Year's Eve twice by flying and cheating the timezones. He has had shows on Kiss FM and was a monthly live, global resident for BBC Radio One's Essential Mix in 1998–99, as well as over a decade's worth of Ibiza live mixes broadcast from Club Space. Cox's performances in Ibiza in Residence and Club Space included Kryoman.[4][5]



  • 1996: At The End Of The Cliche, Edel UK Records/Worldwide Ultimatum Records
  • 1999: Phuture 2000, Edel UK Records/Worldwide Ultimatum Records
  • 2005: Second Sign, Play It Again Sam
  • 2011: All Roads Lead To The Dancefloor, Intec Digital


  • 1991: "I Want You (Forever)", Perfecto RecordsUK No.23
  • 1992: "Does It Feel Good To You", Perfecto Records – UK No.35
  • 1993: "The Planet of Love", Perfecto Records – UK No.44
  • 1995: "Two Paintings And A Drum", Edel UK Records – UK No.24
  • 1996: "Sensual Sophis-ti-cat" / The Player", Worldwide Ultimatum Records – UK No.25
  • 1996: "Tribal Jedi", Edel UK Records/Worldwide Ultimatum Records
  • 1998: "The Latin Theme", Edel UK Records – UK No.52
  • 1998: "Phuture 2000", Worldwide Ultimatum Records – UK No.40
  • 1999: "Dr. Funk", Edel UK Records/Worldwide Ultimatum Records
  • 1999: "The Latin Theme", Edel UK Records/Worldwide Ultimatum Records
  • 2002: "Club Traxx Vol.1", Trust the DJ
  • 2003: "Club Traxx Vol.2", Trust the DJ
  • 2003: "Dirty Bass", 23rd Century Records[6]
  • 2011: "Chemistry" ft. Shelley Segal, Intec Digital[7]


  • 1994: Nonstopmix 1994, Liquid Rec.
  • 1994: Fantazia III – Made in Heaven Remix, Fantazia
  • 1994: Fantazia The DJ Collection Carl Cox, Fantazia
  • 1995: F.A.C.T., React
  • 1997: F.A.C.T. 2, Worldwide Ultimatum Records
  • 1998: DJF 250, Sony Music Entertainment
  • 1998: Non Stop 98/01, FFRR Records
  • 1998: The Sound Of Ultimate B.A.S.E., Worldwide Ultimatum Records
  • 1999: Non Stop 2000, FFRR Records
  • 1999: F.A.C.T. Australia, X-Over Recordings. Chart Peak (AUS) #88[8]
  • 2000: Mixed Live Crobar Nightclub, Chicago, Moonshine Music
  • 2002: Global, Play It Again Sam
  • 2002: Mixed Live 2nd Session Area 2, Detroit, Moonshine Music
  • 2003: F.A.C.T. Australia II, Warner Music Group
  • 2003: U60311 Compilation Techno Division Vol. 3, V2 Records
  • 2004: Back To Mine, DMC Publishing
  • 2004: Pure Intec, Intec Records
  • 2005: Live at space, featuring Allan Banford
  • 2005: The Latin Theme,[9]
  • 2006: Intec 50 EP, Intec Records
  • 2007: Global, Play It Again Sam
  • 2008: Ultimate Carl Cox, Ministry of Sound Australia
  • 2010: Global Underground 38 – Black Rock Desert



  1. ^ a b "Carl Cox Discography at Discogs". Retrieved 2013-02-12. 
  2. ^ "Carl Cox Bio, Music, News & Shows". Retrieved March 7, 2013. 
  3. ^ IMO Records. "Carl Cox Biography", London, 25 January 2012. Retrieved on 25 January 2012.
  4. ^ "Kryoman: Steve Aoki’s Secret Weapon". 303 Magazine. Retrieved 21 November 2013. 
  5. ^ "Audio Interview // Steve Aoki and Kryoman // Are You Ready to Be Caked?". Hear Magazine. Retrieved 21 Nov 2013. 
  6. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 124. ISBN 1-904994-10-5. 
  7. ^ "Chemistry – with DJ Carl Cox". Shelley Segal. Retrieved 2013-02-12. 
  8. ^ "ARIA Report 571". 
  9. ^ "Carl Cox – The Latin Theme". Djshop. 2011. Retrieved 25 March 2011. 

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
DJ Magazine Number 1 DJ
Succeeded by
Paul Oakenfold