Review: Thomas Gold & Sevag @ GLO Nightclub LI 03/02/12

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A little rain on a Friday night wasn’t stopping anyone from seeing Thomas Gold and Sevag at GLO Nightclub in Long Island, NY. We arrived around 10:30PM to a packed club of people already raging out to beats by Sevag. Little did we know this was just the beginning to one of the most enjoyable nights of the year for us.

 

I hadn’t been to GLO Nightclub in at least eight months and boy was I glad to be returning. I heard so many good things about the added affects and designs on the dance floor inside; I finally got to see for myself. When I stepped in I immediately noticed the new projector screens hanging from the air on the side of the dance floor. The most notable thing I loved had to be the bright lights spelling out “GLO” over the DJ booth. In addition, I was amazed at all the added lights and special affects on the main floor. From the smoke affects to the crazy new lasers added, it felt like I had found a new home to enjoy the music I love the most.

 

The atmosphere and loud beats on the main floor called my name. Sevag proved that he could set the perfect mood of any night. Looking around we saw smiling faces dancing from minute we entered GLO, up until Gold took over almost three hours later. Sevag played a perfect blend of house beats to amp the crowd up and get them ready for Thomas Gold! With thumping house beats infecting my ears from his opening set, he dropped just enough tracks to set the tone yet have the crowd love every minute of it.

 

Thomas Gold took over the scene at 12:30am and the crowd went wild. From the moment he played his remix of Lady Gaga’s “Judas” as his opening track, the crowd was instantly glued to him.  He quickly started off with a couple monster mashups, including “Shave It” (Tommy Trash Remix) vs. Afrojack’s “Lionheart” vs. “Pressure” vocals of Nadia Ali. The crowd went crazy for this combination.  He then went into one of my new favorite tracks that he made his own edit of called “Little Bit of Love” by Jus Jack & Oza where he also threw the vocals of TV Rock’s “Been A Long Time” along with it.

No matter what Thomas Gold played next, the crowd instantly loved it.  He went through various tracks such as David Guetta’s “How Soon is Now” to his track with Dirty South “Eyes Wide Open” to Dada Life’s Remix of “Who Is Ready To Jump?” by Chuckie.  I went crazy along with the rest of the crowd at GLO when he went into Arty, Matisse & Sadko’s new track, “Trio.”  This is one banger that will appear in many sets this year.  My eyes were lit up the ENTIRE NIGHT. This had to be one of the best sets I’ve seen a DJ put on.  I felt like I was in some sort of hypnosis from it the whole time he was on the tables. There was no better feeling than being surrounded by people who just did not want to stop screaming at the top of their lungs. Especially when he decided to bring out the highly anticipated “Atom” by Nari & Milani.

After Gold stepped off the tables, Sevag stepped back up to finish the night off strong after Thomas’ explosive set. In my opinion, after seeing Gold and Sevag DJ in the same night for the second time, it’s a perfect combination. The energy Sevag created to open for Gold got the crowd going at just the right time. It was definitely one of the best live sets I have ever seen from Thomas Gold and I look forward to seeing both continue to pack out clubs!

 

Thomas Gold Set List @ GLO Nightclub 3-02-2012

01– Lady Gaga – “Judas” (Thomas Gold Remix)
02– ID vs. ID vs. Eurythmics – “Sweet Dreams”
03 – Afrojack – Lionheart vs. Nadia Ali, Starkillers & Alex Kenji -” Pressure” (Acapella) vs. Zedd – “Shave It” (Tommy Trash Remix)
04 – Just Jack & Oza ft Eli – “A Little Bit of Love” (Thomas Gold Edit) vs. TV Rock ft Rudy – “Been A Long Time”
05 – ID
06 – David Guetta, Sebastian Ingrosso, Dirty South ft. Julie McKnight – “How Soon Is Now”
07 – Dirty South & Thomas Gold ft. Kate Elsworth – “Eyes Wide Open”
08 – Chuckie – “Who Is Ready To Jump?” (Dada Life Remix)
09 – Arty, Matisse & Sadko – “Trio”
10 – Nari & Milani vs Maurizio Gubellini – “Slash”
11 – Michael Calfan – “Resurrection” (Axwell’s Re-Cut)
12 – Ivan Gough & Feenixpawl Ft. Georgi Kay – “In My Mind” (Axwell Mix)
13 – ID
14 – Dirty South & Those Usual Suspects feat. Erik Hecht – “Walking Alone” (Arty Remix)
15 – Thomas Gold – “MIAO”
16 – Thomas Gold – “AGORa” vs. James Talk & Ridney feat. Max’C – “One For Me” (Acapella) vs. Serge Devant ft Coyle Girelli – “On Your Own” (David Tort Remix)
17 – ID
18 – Alesso -” Raise Your Head”
19 – ID vs. Daft Punk  – “Around The World”
20 – ID – Quintino – “We Gonna Rock”
21 – Hard Rock Sofa – Quasar vs.Alex Gaudino – I’m In Love (I Wanna Do It) (Acapella)
22 – Nari & Milani – “Atom”
23 – Hardwell – “Spaceman”
24 – Otto Knows – MIllion Voices vs. Coldplay – “Fix You”
25 – Dirty South & Thomas Gold ft Kate Elsworth – “Alive”
26 – Calvin Harris ft. Rihanna – “We Found Love” (Chuckie Remix) vs. ID
27 – Tiesto – “Maximal Crazy” (R3hab Remix)
28 – Fragma – “I Need A Miracle” (ID Remix)
29 – Adele – “Someone Like You” (Thomas Gold & Mark Mendes Bootleg) vs. ID
30 – Steve Aoki ft Wynter Gordon – Ladi Dadi (Tommy Trash Remix)
31 – Red Carpet – Alright
32 – ID
33 – Red Hot Chili Peppers – “Otherside” (Third Party Remix)
34 – Coldplay – “Clock” vs. David Guetta ft. Usher – “Without You” (R3hab Remix)
35 – Adele – “Set Fire To The Rain” (Thomas Gold Remix)
36 – Deniz Koyu – “Tung!” vs. Daft Punk – “One More Time”
37 – David Guetta & Afrojack – “Lunar” vs. Kings of Leon – “Sex on Fire”
38 – Tommy Trash – “Future Folk”
39 – Sander Van Doorn – “Koko” vs. ID
40 – ID
41 – Adele – “Rolling In The Deep” (ID Remix)
42 – Avicii – “Levels” vs. The Police – “Message In a Bottle” (Acapella)
43 – Coldplay – “Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall” (Swedish House Mafia Remix)
44 – David Guetta – “Love Don’t Let Me Go” vs. ID. vs. ID
45 – Diddy – “Coming Home” (Dirty South Remix) vs. Daft Punk – ID
46 – Adrian Lux – “Teenage Crime” (Axwell Remode
47 – Pendulum – “The Island” (Steve Angello, AN21 & Max Vangeli Remix)

 

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