Lovers of electronic music in Argentina have the possibility of closing 2023 at full speed with one of the icons of this musical genre. This is the British DJ and producer Carl Coxwho arrives with his entire repertoire to the City of Buenos Aires to perform on a single date: the appointment is next December 16 at Madero Boardwalk.
This show means the return of King of Ibiza to the national territory after six years and the opportunity for the local public to enjoy first-hand their new Hybrid Set: a revolutionary creation that adds hardware live like synthesizers and rhythm machines to classic setup with mixer and compact. In this way, it combines analog and digital.
Presented by Sonora Music and with the production of Flama, the artist arrives in the country so that his Argentine fans can discover his new format, which embodies a before and after in his career: it reflects his capacity for constant reinvention that keeps him at the top of the global electronic scene.
Without a doubt, Cox’s return to Argentina has generated enormous expectations in the local public, since it is an ideal opportunity to close the year with a premium event: spectators can see a living legend of music who continues inspiring millions of fans around the world.
He King of Techno It is scheduled to arrive in the country within the framework of a series of shows in South America: it confirmed its presence in Chile, Peru and Brazil. In addition, his tour of this region is completed with a concert in Rosario and then culminates in 2023 in Australia.
Born on July 29, 1962 in Oldham, Greater Manchester, this British artist has an extensive career in which he worked for nightclubs and radio stations, such as the BBC. As time went by, he managed to become one of the DJs of house and techno most recognized on the planet.
Since its beginnings, back in the 80s, it was linked to lively musical styles such as hardcore and the rave. His popularity increased in iconic bars in his country such as The Haçienda and Heavenwhere he built his national fame, which later spread throughout the world.
Meanwhile, his peak occurred in the 90s, a time in which he released two of his solo albums: At the End of the Cliche (1996) and Phuture 2000 (1999). Based on his success, he also presented his record labels: Intec Records (1999) and 23rd Century Records (2003).
In the 2000s, Cox established himself in the Ibiza night scene thanks to his legendary club space, which ran from 2001 to 2016 and brought together both big names in the genre and new talents. In this way, he managed to transform this site into one of the most iconic sites in electronic music.
Currently, the King of Techno continues to be one of the most in-demand DJs in the world, with countless club dates and festival appearances each year. He even has his own theme party: Mashed potatoes. This started as a venture with Richie McNeill and Eric Powell with the idea of going back to basics: putting together simple parties without frills.
“He rave It was built on the energy and excitement of it all and that desire to get lost; Now it’s like a new era for me,” he states on his official website. This transformation is reflected in his brand new Hybrid Set, which will be enjoyed live by his fans in Argentina.
Ticket sales for Cox’s show in Buenos Aires begin on September 19 at 1 p.m. To enter the platform, click here.