What do you do at a live show when you’re used to fucking and/or fucking around the house to the music being played? I guess there are always the people who slowly grind into one another. That’s one thing you can do. They’re still doing it better than people who get down to music with lyrics. British EDM composer Gold Panda based his latest record, Good Luck and Do Your Best, on “ganbatte kudasai,” an extremely common Japanese expression said to him by a train conductor while he was traveling. Compared to his past records, Lucky Shiner and Half of Where You Live, Gold Panda’s Four Tet-esque glitchy sound collages reach more melodic heights this time around, capturing the loneliness, awe, and dislocation of travel alongside the glow of homecoming. SUZETTE SMITH
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