KCRW says of Goldroom, "His excellent remixes, elegant originals, and particular regard for choosing tracks to cover have all made quite the impression. With his new track, "Spread Love" he appears to be aiming for the stars, specifically the stars that hang lovingly over headlining festival acts."
VIBE Magazine made Goldroom a "Top 10 INDIE-ELECTRONICA ACT," writing "The 'tropical disco' producer manages to remind electronic music lovers that there's love and life outside of the club, and bring back 80's bass lines right out of songs like Men at Work's 'Land Down Under' without a hitch."
Goldroom’s track, "Fifteen", was called "particularly driving-yet-dreamy" by Pitchfork and The Fader said the song "works teen nostalgia like a beach electronics version of Saturdays = Youth." The track was played over 200,000 times in the first week after its debut and reached the #1 spot on the Hype Machine popular list.
Goldroom first single "Fifteen" earned a top spot on the Hype Machine charts, features on Pitchfork, Spinner, MTV, spins on BBC Radio 1, and more.