Thomas Gold took the guest spot on Pete Tong’s 15 Minutes of Fame this past Friday to discuss his Axtone compilation, Ibiza, remixing, and of course, to play some music. In the mix, Gold dropped his own “The Beginning,” his remix of “The Wave,” and his ‘goldleg’ of “Million Voices” with “Fix You” and “Apologize.” The first two selections are nothing new, but when the bootleg master mixes up Otto Knows with Coldplay and One Republic, you should be tuned in. Listen to the 18-minute clip to hear Thomas talk music with Pete Tong and hear why he earned the term ‘goldleg.’
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