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Gold Panda has dropped a new standalone single, ‘Transactional Relationship’

It sees him sample Hilary Woods’ track ‘Sever’.
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Published: 4:06 pm, August 05, 2019
Gold Panda has dropped a new standalone single, ‘Transactional Relationship’

Gold Panda has dropped a new standalone single, ‘Transactional Relationship’.

The song samples Hilary Woods’ track ‘Sever’, taken from her 2018 album for Sacred Bones, ‘Colt’.

“I made the track at home,” says Gold Panda. “I had a track nearly done and I’d bought the Hilary Woods LP after seeing her support Low at the Barbican and decided to give it a play during a tea break. There were bits that went really well with what I’d made so I decided to chop parts up in my mpc and layered them over my track, thus ruining Hilary’s song for evermore. I did a sort of “live take” and that was it.”

‘Transactional Relationship’ is the first new music from Gold Panda since 2016’s EP, ‘Your Good Times Are Just Beginning’ - check it out below.

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