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Racking up an impressive 8 million plays on the remix of Set Fire To The Rain that struck clubland hard in mid June, Adele continues her onslaught on electronic dance music as her Someone Like You single is gloriously reassembled by the permanent forces that are Thomas Gold and Mark Mendes.

Since the release of the Tottenham-born singer’s debut album, off which ‘Hometown Glory’ was witnessed flooring the most prestigious dance venues across the globe in shape of a certain playful remix from Axwell, the soul-singing voice of Adele Adkins has seen the world of music bow to its knees. Seeing her spectacular advancement regain new strength after the second, and most stunning, album to date joined the chronology of Adele, the ravishing sing-along singles off her second artist album, entitled ”21″, have been a bundle of eleven fighting its way into House music to become a regular in the live sets of Swedish House Mafia, Avicii and many others. In truth, there was not really much of a fighting as it was a valued summoning and as her unremitting vocal cords have literally come to flaunt flawlessly in electronic dance music this year, in conjunction with already released productions from the aforementioned two and an abundance of customized instrumentals all trying to elaborate the ultimate club anthem.

And another club anthem cut out of the singer, whom is now at the pinnacle of her career, is exactly what sees the light of day after months of unsuccessful endeavors. Deemed the largest deal in music at the moment, the vocals of Someone Like You are now about to venture dancefloor’s around the world after having successfully gone viral in cyberspace. Uniting the sensual voice of Adele with dainty percussions, frisky beats and the original’s piano-tinged instrumentals for the creation of this emotional club interpretation, Thomas Gold and Mark Mendes have combined forces for a true ground-breaker. Currently preparing to follow up the astounding Alive collaboration with Dirty South and Kate Elsworth and the pumping remix on Blow Up alongside Axwell with the Balaeric Sing 2 Me, the Axtone-signed Gold, whose outlet over the past year has strongly blitzed the House music scene, has come to grow into an esteemed and distinct DJ and producer with numerous installments on Size, Phazing, Axtone, Spinnin and Toolroom under his belt. He now teams up with the head honcho of Starter Records, Mark Mendes, for this hotly tipped offering. The Toronto based avant-guard known for his triumphant releases and dexterity within the harder face of tech house, the revision of Gypsy Woman, Take That Sax and the more recent Telos and Tokyo 207 included, adds his chunky signature touch for the rounding of this supreme bootleg.

We’re happy to be able to exclusively hand this one out for free, which is one you certainly ought to grab yourself a copy of.

Adele – Someone Like You (Thomas Gold & Mark Mendes Bootleg)


We didn’t expect so many exclusive tracks after Escape From WonderlandThomas Gold revealed a new one into his mix calledFanfare. We neither have information about the release date nor the label. What we know is that the German is in good vibes at the moment with smash remixes and releases! Through prestigious labels, he won over withAGORA, highly supported like none other than the Swedish House MafiaMarsh Marsh, which has been review for the ADE 2011 with a version available on Toolroom Records.

He joined forces with Australian Dirty Southfor a subliminal Alive with Kate Elswoth as a vocalist. This one has been played all around the world throughout the summer! Besides, After his remix of Set Fire To The Rain on XL Recordings, Toronto-based Mark Mendes and him have remixed well-known Someone Like You by Adele.
We can’t forget release of his remix to Mogual’s track We Want Your Soul, and two huge tracks: Thomas Gold & Axwell remix to Blow Up by Hard Rock Sofa & St. Brothers onAxwell’s own print Axtone Records, and his Thomas own take on Jes‘ single Awaken onUltra.
Thomas Gold has another upcoming track under his belt with Sing 2 Me coming out on Axwell’s Axtone!

Thomas Gold is back with yet another remix for Adele this time joining with the likes ofMark MendesThomas is having a great year in the music industry with all the tracks and support he’s been getting from other artists. He started off the year hot off the release of his remix to Mogual’s track We Want Your Soul and his single AGORa both on Steve Angello’s Size Records. Then two huge tracks were released, the Thomas Gold & Axwell remix to Blow Up by Hard Rock Sofa & St. Brothers on Axwell’s own print Axtone Records, his Thomas own take on Jes‘ single Awaken on Ultra. After if he then came out with an insane remix to Lady Gaga’s track Judas alongside R3hab and other artists. Then later in the year he came out with two great remixes in the same day, one for Sander Van Doorn’s anthem Reach Out which came out on Sanders imprint DoornRecords, and a remix for Adele’s track Set Fire To The Rain on XL Recordings. He then met up with someone by the name of Dirty South to produce the track Alive which came out onDirty South’s label Phazing Records, which now features a Tommy Trash remix, and with his latest release, a rework of Marsch Marsch, the versatileness of Thomas Gold is on a new level. Thomas Gold also has a couple tracks in the vault including Sing 2 Me coming out soon on Axtone, and a brand new track with Dirty South! Check out the preview for this beautiful track coming out soon on XL Recordings.

Preview: Thomas Gold – Sing 2 Me [Axtone]

I believe that alongside Alesso, Thomas Gold is one of the biggest breakthrough producer this year with massive releases for Dirty South‘s Starphazing, Mark Knight‘s Toolroom Records, Sander von Doorn‘s Doorn Records etc.

It looks like he is going to be back soon with a big big hit called “Sing 2 Me” promised to Axwell for his label Axtone. We can already expect the whole Swedish House Mafia track-listing this hit alongside with their friends; Dirty Southand co. But we cannot blame them this track sounds huge! It will be released in a near future according to Axwell, stay tuned!