COUSIN COLE is a New York City based producer & DJ. His tracks are played by the top DJs in the world, from Diplo and A-Trak to Optimo and Todd Terje, and receive major prime time airplay on New York's Hot 97 in NYC and LA's Power 106.
I was first introduced to Cole's work when I heard his famous remix of Adele's monster hit "Rolling In The Deep," which I felt like every DJ in the world played that track for a good 6 months. In addition, projects like the 2008 indie/folk mix CD "Tambourine Dream" -- featuring Cole's own remixes of artists like Bruce Springsteen and Neil Young -- led to tours around the world.
Cousin Cole has DJed around the world, playing with the likes of The Rub, Tim Sweeney, Jacques Renault, Shir Khan (Exploited), Eli Escobar, Nadastrom, K Swift, DJ Sliink, Bim Marx, My Cousin Roy, Sabo, and many more.
More recently Cole has put out two "So Emotional" EPs with Phi Unit, an entry in the White Light mix series, and a podcast for Modular records. His remix of the 1993 classic "House For All" by Blunted Dummies is coming soon on DJ Ayres & Tittsworth's label, T&A Records.