Carl Cox Confirms his final Ibiza season at Space

It’s hard to believe this is true! but it is… After a phenomenal 15 consecutive years at Space Ibiza, Carl Cox and Safehouse Management officially confirm that 2016 will be Carl’s final residency at the club…

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Marking the end of an era, Music is Revolution: The Final Chapter sees Carl going out in style for what promises to be the biggest and best season yet. It’ll be 15 weeks, his longest season ever, kicking off on June 14 and running until what’s sure to be an emotional final closing party on 20 September.

Whilst most details are being kept under wraps, plans have already been in motion for some time, with Carl and his team determined to make sure the final chapter of his Space residency goes down as one of the most legendary in dance history.

They’re working hard to make sure they have the best line ups on the island, with lots of surprises planned along the way, and no doubt a few tears. Carl will take a nostalgic look back on his history at the club, bringing back selected DJs from all previous 14 seasons – no mean feat considering the huge numbers that have played alongside Carl since his 2001 debut.

Over the last 15 years Carl and Safehouse have helped establish Space as one of the biggest clubs in the world. With carefully thought out line ups, and as much emphasis on new talent as big names, Carl’s always strived to keep his night at the forefront of Ibiza clubbing making it one of the most successful residencies in Ibiza history. Starting out in 2001 with just 6 nights, his residency grew and adapted as the club did, so it’s fitting it draws to a close as Space itself moves into a new chapter.

Due to the expected demand for tickets, 35 Euro early bird tickets will only be available to those that pre-register. Everyone registered will then receive a link via email to buy tickets on the 27th November at 10am.  Register HERE.

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Le Grind featured On the Guardian and Digital Spy

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“Pillow Talk”, Le Grind’s new single featured in the Guardian’s new bands playlist for the week.

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It also made Digital Spy’s selection.

Le Grind - Digital Spy

Callaghan, “when you loved me” out december



Infused with pop, rock and country influences and, above all, immediate hooks’ – Billboard

“Amazing…She has a guitar, she has a voice, and she writes…no more needs to be said.” Jeremy Vine, BBC Radio 2

Callaghan is a wonderful artist…beautiful, warm and hugely talented.”

Bob Harris, BBC Radio 2

Following her hugely successful summer tour, a run of house shows, headline slots and festival appearances includingSecret Garden Party and Cambridge Folk Festival – Nashville based singer songwriter Callaghan confirms she’ll be returning to the UK this month to promote her stunning new single, ‘When You Loved Me’ and for another string of UK shows.

‘When You Loved Me’ is the latest single taken from her recent album, ‘History of Now’ released earlier this year,  following the BBC Radio 2 Playlisted ‘Best Year’ and ‘We Don’t Have Change The World.’

Changing pace from the upbeat singles released so far, ‘When You Loved Me’ is the first ballad to be taken from the album. Inspired by an 85 year old friend’s story, Callaghan tackles the universal theme of first love, and the ‘what if’ questions that remain long after a relationship ends.

Callaghan: “One night over dinner she told me about the first man she ever fell in love with. Although the romance didn’t last, she often thought about him during the decades that passed. She’s held onto to that feeling, wondering how things might have been if life had taken a slightly different direction or they had stayed together. I think everyone can relate to that feeling of falling in love for the first time and no matter where life takes you or how old you are, it’s something you never forget.”

Originally from Lincolnshire Callaghan moved to the USA in 2010 to tour and record with Atlanta based Grammy nomineeShawn Mullins. In 2015, after five years of building her audience in the US, (where she’s since sold over 10,000 albums) – she returned to the UK with her new album ‘A History of Now.’ Already familiar to fans of Bob Harris who describes her as “a wonderful artist…hugely talented”, Callaghan’s profile has been growing rapidly. Two appearances at the massive C2Cfestival at London’s O2 arena in March were followed by a sellout show in London, a tour in April with multiple sold out dates and appearances at SummerTyne Fest, The Secret Garden Party, Cambridge Folk Fest and more.

Add to this the two Radio 2 Playlists, and a ton of other radio and press acclaim and it’s clear Callaghan is well on her way to becoming one of the UK’s brightest new talents.

Back in the US Callaghan continues to headline iconic venues in the likes of Nashville, Atlanta, Chicago, Portland, Washington, Philadelphia, Seattle and more. She recently earned a second major feature in Billboard magazine for her pioneering house show tour, recorded a sought after session for Daytrotter and had her track ‘Crazy Beautiful Life’ added to Sirius XM’s influential Coffee House.

As Callaghan returns to the UK for her autumn trip, longtime fan Bob Harris broadcasts her ‘Live in Session’ on his Radio 2 show. She’s also appearing as a judge at a BBC Radio Lincolnshire songwriters’ event in October before kicking off her tour on 2nd November in Bristol, followed by dates in London (with Ward Thomas) Manchester, Preston and Birmingham.



Thurs 15               Boston Lincs       Blackfriars Theatre, BBC Song for Lincolnshire event.

Fri  23                   Bramham            Village Hall – Fundraiser for Arthritis Research UK



Mon 2                    Bristol                   Old Bookshop

Tue 3                     London                 Folk & Roots Festival (with Ward Thomas)

Wed 4                    Manchester           Lock 91 

Sat 7                      Preston                 Blitz

Sun 8                     Birmingham          Hare and Hound

Keston Cobblers Club support Bromley Youth Music trust

When Bromley Youth Music Trust was threatening closure, Keston Cobblers Club stepped in to help raise awareness, having all been members themselves.

Check out their recording of their single Wildfire they did together:

Also catch the band on tour this month, kicking off this week in Liverpool. Full UK Tour Dates:

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