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Gold Panda - 'Trust'

Slight but nevertheless an interesting chapter in Gold Panda’s catalogue

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  • Release Date 04 Mar, 2013
  • Producer Gold Panda
  • Record Label Ghostly
7 / 10
Tiding us over until the full-length follow-up to his still-stunning album ‘Lucky Shiner’, indietronic beatmaker Gold Panda delivers a new EP, ‘Trust’. This is no cheap tactic to buy himself time, though – in fact, the four-track collection features ‘Burnt-Out Car In A Forest’, a song the man himself recently claimed on Twitter is the best he’s ever made. The tone is subtle and warm throughout, and the uniquely titled ‘Casyam_59#02’ is a highlight. Clocking in at just over 15 minutes, ‘Trust’ may be slight but is nevertheless an interesting chapter in Gold Panda’s catalogue. Now, hurry along with that new album.
David Renshaw

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