Brooklyn Mirage’s 2021 calendar might’ve gotten off to a late start thanks to the pandemic, but one of New York City’s most famed homes for dance music made the most out of its summer-to-fall run that ignited on July 4th weekend with Meduza. Before the move indoors to Avant Gardner becomes official and its first-ever Departures destination festival nears, the New York City venue brought in the techno king Carl Cox himself for a fitting final evening in Brooklyn. For those that were unable to there in person on October 9, Beatport came through to allow everyone to experience Carl Cox’s entire set—as well as openers Matthias Tanzmann and Charles Meyer—with a high-quality stream that’s now available to rewatch.
Spanning four hours while placed in front of a sold-out Brooklyn Mirage crowd, Carl Cox marched through a colossal total of 54 tracks that led him into the early hours of the following morning, including countless IDs and cuts from himself, CamelPhat and Rebūke, Eli Brown, Dubfire, Harry Romero, and more. Enjoy Carl Cox’s season-ending event from the Brooklyn Mirage below.
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