Everything you missed from the world of dance music this weekend
Carl Cox Announces Return To Ibiza
Carl Cox's final season at Space was one of the biggest stories of last year, but after that final marathon session, Coxys future on the White Isle was looking uncertain. Fears have been allayed, as Carl Cox announced he'll return for two dates at San Antonio's Privilege. Announcing the dates on Friday, Carl said; "I’m really looking forward to getting back to Ibiza and kicking off these special events with my awesome team from Space: Dave Browning, Eóin Smyth and the Game Over crew. And boy, have we got some parties lined up for you this year. Starting with two parties at Privilege, I will be bringing my PURE festival vibes from Australia to the Main Room with a full techno and house line-up. I cannot wait to rock this club. See you on the dancefloor.
Dave Clarke Will Not Play In The US While Donald Trump Is President
Stateside Dave Clarke fans had some bad news over the weekend as the celebrated British DJ took to Facebook to say he would not be renewing his US work visa while Donald Trump remains in office. You can read his statement in full here.
Reviewers Have Called Flying Lotus' Film "'The Grossest Movie Ever Made"
Brainfeeder boss, Fly Lo, has made his directorial debut at Sundance Film Festival, but apparently it's not for everyone. The Verge reported a consistent stream of walkouts during a press screening, with the reviewer stating it was "the grossest movie ever made". Flying Lotus was quick to defend his work stating on Twitter that "only like 20 people of 400 who walked out". The film, called Kuso, is about a series of events after a devastating earthquake hots LA and features funk legend George Clinton.
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30 Jan 2017