Gold Panda

Gold Panda

2nd Mar 2023 7pm - 10:30pm

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2023-03-02 19:00:00 2023-03-02 22:30:00 Europe/London Gold Panda Simple Things proudly present: Gold Panda. Hailing from Chelmsford in Essex, Gold Panda started writing beats and collaborating in 2009, beginning a decade-long journey that has seen an award winning and zeitgeist-defining debut record, a nomadic follow up and a third record that found himself re-centering himself emotionally and musically via a spell in the far east.  Most recently Gold Panda has been exploring multiple musical projects, both collaboratively and under multiple guises. This includes a beautiful emotive techno record under the name Selling in partnership with Simian Mobile Disco’s Jas Shaw, and a series of hip hop releases by way of his DJ Jenifa moniker. 2018 also saw a new creative pairing with sitar playing extraordinaire Anoushka Shankar as they created a set of music inspired by and referencing the legendary Ravi Shankar ahead of the centenary of his birth.  https://tickets.crackmagazine.net/events/43880/gold-panda 1-3 Elton St, St Jude's, Bristol, BS2 9EH

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Simple Things proudly present: Gold Panda.

Hailing from Chelmsford in Essex, Gold Panda started writing beats and collaborating in 2009, beginning a decade-long journey that has seen an award winning and zeitgeist-defining debut record, a nomadic follow up and a third record that found himself re-centering himself emotionally and musically via a spell in the far east. 

Most recently Gold Panda has been exploring multiple musical projects, both collaboratively and under multiple guises. This includes a beautiful emotive techno record under the name Selling in partnership with Simian Mobile Disco’s Jas Shaw, and a series of hip hop releases by way of his DJ Jenifa moniker. 2018 also saw a new creative pairing with sitar playing extraordinaire Anoushka Shankar as they created a set of music inspired by and referencing the legendary Ravi Shankar ahead of the centenary of his birth.