I must say that Thomas Gold could not have performed more of a spectacular show for the Steel City. Apollo V, the DJ who opened before Gold got the crowd relied up with his combination of dubstep, trap, and moombahton tracks that had the crowd raving and dancing early into the show. As the sun began to set in the sky, the paint began to spray sending the crowd at Life in Color into a frenzy, splatters of pink, green, and blue on almost every person in the entire crowd. Having completely no expectations coming into the performance, I was literally mesmerized from the moment he began playing until the final blast of paint and confetti had cleared and Thomas Gold had left the stage. His production for his performance was sensational, projecting images of Thomas Gold and Life in Color onto Heinz field as well as the accompanying slopes of the surrounding Pittsburgh area. His ability to mix some of his classic tracks with refreshing samplings kept the crowds energy at near feverish for his entire two hour set. Playing legendary tracks such as Fallin’ – Tommy Trash vs. Digitalism and Kick Out The Epic Motherfucker – Dada Life (Otto Knows) and a collection of his classic Thomas Gold bootlegs like The Wave – Miike Snow (Thomas Gold Remix), Teenage Crime – Adrian Lux (Thomas Gold Rework), and the beautiful track Sing2Me which had the place going absolutely insane. With masterful and seamless transitions between each song everyone wanted another hour of magic when the show was over. Check out footage from the concert below for yourself! Our CatchMyBass exclusive interview with Thomas Gold will be posted tomorrow so check back for that!