Carl Cox on over 30 years of DJ’ing

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Carl Cox is one of the original superstar DJs of the 80s and 90s. He helped bring acid house from the warehouses of Chicago to British raves, the unregulated party scene, then festivals and clubs. And he’s still going.

His new book ‘Oh Yes, oh yes!’ chronicles his life from a scaffolder in the south London suburbs to one of the true pioneers of UK club culture.

He talks to Krishnan about how his craft has evolved of the decades, his concerns for the British entertainment industry and how he nearly gave up on his career after a terrifying experience.

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