Carl Cox

Carl Cox’s full set at Kappa Futur Festival is here for you to relive his techno power: Watch

Carl Cox made history again with a glorious set at Kappa Futur Festival and now you can relive the moment.

Kappa Futur Festival returned to Parco Dora, in Turino, for its ninth edition on the first weekend of this month. From 1 to 3 July those sacred grounds once again received a flood of festival-goers and a line-up full of talent. Many were the heavy names that made themselves heard throughout these three days, from premieres to repetitions that have already become a tradition for the Kappa Futur Festival. One of those obligatory figures who were present on day 3 at the FUTUR Stage was the king, Carl Cox. Armed with his incomparable energy that makes any set-up seem short for what he has to offer, Cox bewitched the crowd for about two hours from the top of that renowned stage. More than a DJ, behind those decks Carl Cox played wizards, making festival-goers dance and raise their arms to the rhythm of an energetic and vibrant sonic journey. For those who witnessed this moment live, this set is certainly still very much present. For those who couldn’t be there, Kappa Futur Festival broadcast Cox’s performance live, which you can now watch or re-watch in full via Facebook.

Dressed in a tropical shirt that transmits Cox’s characteristic good mood but which contrasts greatly with the heavy beats with which he punctuated the set, the famous artist distributed pallets of energy. Carl Cox didn’t stop dancing and neither did the crowd, in a serious commitment to keeping the true rave spirit alive. During those almost two hours certainly many music lovers took out their mobile phones to Shazam, but without success. Many of the tracks Cox released for the dancefloor are still unknown, and could well be part of the setlist for his upcoming album ‘Electronic Generations‘. We heard ‘How It Makes You Feel‘ from the same album and already released by Carl Cox and Nicole Moudaber. Laurent Garnier and Matador were two other classics that were heard by the Three-deck Wizard, who also displayed ‘Don’t Look Back‘ by Lilly Palmer. The speakers creaked and the bass shook on this trip that oscillated between the deepest and the brightest percussion, from groove to acid, without taking his foot off the accelerator.

Get your friends together, set the mood and get Facebook pumping. This is undoubtedly a set worth revisiting.

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