At only 18 years of age Ben Gold was one of a few to grace the Camden Palace decks with his enviable style of high octane energy behind the decks and a command of equipment unrivalled by most djs turning simple tracks into looped, scratched and reedited pieces of audio excellence. Not just a dj to hear Ben Gold is one of the few you really need to see. A versatile producer who has seen tracks featured on leading compilations such as Trance Nation Harder and Deeper as well as winning plaudits such as Judge Jules Tried and Tested and Above and Beyond Tune of the Week. Ben’s productions regularly feature on leading radio stations such as Radio 1, Galaxy and on leading radio shows such as ASOT by Armin van Buuren and TATW by Above and Beyond.
Ben’s productions are played by djs as far reaching as Armin van Buuren to Sander Van Doorn, Paul van Dyk to Marco V leading to plaudits such as "Ben Gold is a talented young producer and definitely one to watch out for in the future", by none other than Paul Oakenfold! His most recent collaboration entitled Frontline produced one of the anthems of 2006 with the double a side ‘Global System’ and ‘Surface to Air’ racking up countless radio plays and support from every A List dj including Paul van Dyk, Armin van Buuren and Eddie Halliwell. 2006 also saw Ben’s remix of Primer – ‘Everlast’ become one of the most sought after remixes of the year with support from Armin van Buuren, Judge Jules, Above and Beyond to name but a few. Ben latest remix offering of Mekka's Diamondback has caught the eye of Paul Oakenfold, which has lead him to being signed to Perfecto Records. With an ever increasing gig diary and a release schedule to rival the busiest producer, 2007 looks set to be the year that Ben Gold comes of age.
This multi faceted dj and producer will bring a breathe of fresh air to a scene which demands the same high quality and excellence that Ben has regularly achieved even at such a young age, the only way is to the very top. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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