The changing pace at which Thomas Gold’s year has taken shape has been literally breathtaking for the Berlin based electro artist. Not surprising then that Thomas Gold was quickly snapped up by mammoth music recording imprint Toolroom Records, who invited him to join their thoroughbred team of talent; as both a recording artist and resident Deejay for their infamous ‘Toolroom Knights’ events alongside the likes of Fedde le Grand and Mark Knight. Thomas Gold strong starts hasn’t gone unnoticed on the dancefloor either. 24 months on from breaking through into the international spotlight Thomas Gold has nestled himself into the CD wallets of such luminaries as Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, Tiësto, David Guetta, Chuckie, John Dahlbäck and Sander van Doorn, whilst discovering equal support at club level by regularly chalking headlining slots at prestigious venues like Pacha, Privilege and Ministry of Sound.
His year has continued to prevail with similar successes as recent productions like his smash EP ‘Work That / Kananga’ on Toolroom Music led the DJ download charts for a handful of weeks, before being followed by his collaboration with house supremo Fatboy Slim. Titled ‘Star 69’, the track rapidly ascended the Beatport progressive house chart to claim the #4 spot. His next release saw him teaming up with Italy’s Alex Kenji and resulted in ‘What’s Up’, which released through the legendary Spinnin’ records went onto pick up genre crossing support from the likes of Marco V, Bingo Players, Riley & Durrant, Tocadisco and Robbie Rivera.