If you’re late to the Goldroom party: let’s recap. Goldroom is Josh Legg, Co-Owner of Binary Entertainment, member of synthpop band NightWaves and a great writer and inspirational visionary of the dreamwave scene. DJ/Producer/Remixer and, if you get a chance to discuss music with him, a very serious songwriter who’s passion is to take the medium of dance music and add the thought, depth, dimension and emotion that sadly often seems to be lacking.
It’s about feeling, about originality, about making great music that stands up over time. Goldroom songs are just that, actual Goldroom songs. Each tune is approached with heart and intention not just -fruity loops gone wild or -reworking old 90s R n’B songs, slapping a new title on with no credit to the original artist, and calling it good.
Goldroom is determined to make music that inspires him, his eclectic style draws from a wide variety of types and genres of music current and past. A killer ear alongside a masterful handle on the nu disco, dreamwave sounds, blissful. It is that versatility and panache that have propelled him through an incredible year that has seen a European tour, some very sexy international one offs’, epically well received remixes and originals and a place on the Bond music group roster alongside fellow Binary bro Fabian as well as the likes of Classixx, Fred Falke, Moonboots etc. Without further ado or adulation…Fifteen.
What a jam. Dreamy, sexy, youthful and full of idealistic optimism. Thoughtful as well as full of emotion and groove, this is one of those tunes that has you reflecting, thinking back on younger, care-free days. First times, the excitement of discovery, summer romance and the untouchable hope that only youth fosters.The musical maturity shines through as Goldroom shows his versatility and depth. Point blank, this is a moving and beautifully crafted song. Genre defying, gorgeous. Clear and stirring vocals by newcomer Chela, grooves by Goldroom. With his humble yet lofty musical aspirations and a genuine passion to produce relevant musical art, sky is the limit for Goldroom in 2012 and beyond. Binary approves.