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Carl Cox to release first new album in a decade ‘Electronic Generations’

‘Electronic Generations’ will be released on BMG, the home of his last album – the legendary fourteen-track ‘All Roads Lead To The Dancefloor’.

Carl Cox to release first new album in a decade 'Electronic Generations'
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Global House and Techno icon Carl Cox will release his first album in ten years this September. 

‘Electronic Generations’ will be released on BMG, the home of his last album – the legendary fourteen-track ‘All Roads Lead To The Dancefloor’.

Carl’s latest studio album contains a mammoth seventeen tracks, including features from well-respected artists Nicole Moudaber, Fatboy Slim, and Juan Atkins.

Speaking via BMG back in May, Coxy said: “I had my first single out with BMG many years ago, so I couldn’t be more pleased to be now signed there as a recording artist. Being in the studio all year and digging deep alongside BMG’s support will, I hope, make the first album something special. I can’t wait to share my music with the world.”

You would have been forgiven for thinking Carl was starting to come into the latter stages of his career and take things easy in the post-Space Ibiza era. However, the dawning of unforeseen global circumstances over the last couple of years looks to have ignited a new flame within the legendary UK artist. During the pandemic, Carl performed at over 140 virtual events, including his weekly Cox’s ‘Cabin Fever’ show which won Best Stream Show at the DJ Mag Awards – whilst his online profile boasts over 5 million followers. 

With so much historical influence and unforgettable memories attached to the Carl Cox brand over the years, it’s a delight to see he is still far from finished.

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