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Gold Digger


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‘Gold Digger’ usually means ‘money hungry and shallow’ – these guys are anything but. In fact, what’s in a name is this: there is real gold out there, amidst the gloom, but it doesn’t take the form of dollars, pounds or bullion bars. The real prize is living life with passion and pleasure. That’s your life. This is your soundtrack.

Formed in 2004, Gold Digger are a music collective consisting of seven active members. Working out of their studio (the ‘Moon Hut’), Gold Digger produce music ranging from downtempo electronica to banging dance-rock anthems. Their live shows are often electronic jams that bring together the euphoria of rave and the raw energy of rock.

Founding members Steve, Simon, Rich and Anton first got to know each other as regulars on the dance floor at the infamous Cous Cous raves which were held in building space next door to the Hells Angels London HQ. It was a place straight out of the Acid House text-book. Peace. Love. Unity. Positive music. Not quite legal. These once run-down buildings have since been converted into the highly-respected Premises Studio (Shoreditch, London, UK).

So it was only right that this was where Gold Digger chose to record their last album ‘Get it Together’, which captures some of the euphoria and sheer lust for life that marked those early Cous Cous parties. Gold Digger is also: Stephanie Smart, Edd Alexanian and Olivia Wolf.


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    16 Jan 2009 Reply
  • pizzapi

    i guess this is different than ariel pink & gary war on the light dead sea comp...

    25 Mar 2008 Reply

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