Carl Cox to Release First Album in Over a Decade, Electronic Generations

by | Jun 20, 2022 | Heritage Artists, Techno | 0 comments

Ten years can feel like a lifetime in the rapidly shifting world of dance music. It is fitting, then, that the first album from Carl Cox in more than a decade will go by the title Electronic Generations. It will release on BMG September 16th, 2022.

Electronic Generations comprises 17 tracks that started out as recordings of live hybrid sets from Cox’s Melbourne studio during lockdown. Each one has been remixed and reimagined in some way.

Accompanying the announcement is the effort’s lead single, a Nicole Moudaber collaboration called “How It Makes You Feel.” In a statement, Cox said he delivered a lighter version before Moudaber toughened up the concept.

“In today’s darkness of techno I wanted to create something more jovial,” said Cox. “So the original is quite an easy track to enjoy, it’s very bubbly and bouncy. But with this new version Nicole has made a very dark twisted reimagining. It’s now very much epic techno — which you have to play from beginning to end to get the full experience.”

Juan Atkins also remixed “Deep Space X” for the album; his version will arrive this summer. Fatboy Slim boasts a credit on Electronic Generations as well.

“As a live artist and a DJ, I get to play all over the world, and to see people enjoying the shared experience of being together and dancing,” Cox said. “I’ve pulled together all the elements that I’ve learned from watching those crowds, added my sound and tried to bring you a true electronic music experience.”

Find the tracklist for Electronic Generations by Carl Cox below.

01.  Electronic Generations (El Rancho Mix)
02. How It Makes You Feel
03. Our Time Will Come
04. Heads Up
05. Toys Out Of The Pram
06.  Bring It Back
07. Deep Space X
08. Lokma
09. Keep The Pressure On
10. Get After It
11. Line Lock
12. World Gone Mad
13. Speed Trials On Acid
14. Move The Crowd
15. Apollo Beings
16. See The Sun Rising
17. Electronic Generations Reprise

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