This is quite possibly the most incredible record label produced, viral publicity stunt of all time.
Todd Edwards, fresh off his work on Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories, presents his BBC Radio 1 essential mix, chock full of his own personal edits of many Daft classics. TRACKLISTING David Bowie – Let’s Dance (Todd Edwards Edit) Daft Punk – Instant Crush [Columbia] Pharaohs – Syzygy [100% Silk] My Morning Jacket – Touch [cont.]
In part two of Pete Tong’s interview with Daft Punk, they touch upon various individual tracks from the new album, Random Access Memories.
Daft Punk is largely, indirectly, responsible for today’s meteoric rise of popularity of electronic dance music, despite the duo’s disdain for the current trends. Their influence is seen everywhere, whether on the head of Deadmau5, the light show of Swedish House Mafia, or simply the in the chopped, disco funk of someone like DJ Dan. [cont.]
Both Daft Punk’s 2005 LP, Human After All, and their 2006 silent film Electroma, were met with mixed reviews from a confused press, whom wouldn’t realize their genius until the Alive 2007 performances. However according to internet lore, when sounds of Human After All and the visuals of Electroma are syned together, they become one. [cont.]
Thomas and Guy-Man have taken quite a dramatic approach to making an over-the-top unboxing video of their new album, Random Access Memories, which hits stores next Tuesday. Take a look at the clip below:
Throughout their career, Daft Punk have rarely given interviews, but they have pulled the curtain back a bit in promotion for their new album, Random Access Memoires, which hits stores next Tuesday. Following up interviews with GQ and Rolling Stone, the duo sat in with Pete Tong’s show on BBC Radio One to speak on [cont.]
With Random Access Memories only 8 days away, Daft Punk closes out their web-series, The Collaborators, wrapping up with Paul Williams and DJ Falcon.
While we’ve been bombarded by remixes of Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” over the last few weeks, only a few of them will actually make it to the WeAllHitPlay.Com frontpage. One of those is former L.A. Riots’ producer Jon Pegnato (aka Hot Mouth) and The Federick’s edit, which you can preview and download below.
A look at the collaborators behind Random Access Memories, the new album from Daft Punk, hitting May 21st. Episode 6: Chilly Gonzales.
Best known for his indelible mark on the disco/synth-pop movements in the mid-70′s and early 80′s (his last chart topping hit being Limahl’s “Never Ending Story” in 1984), Giorgio Moroder is making his return to music at age 73, producing tracks on upcoming albums from Daft Punk and Avicii, with a string of DJ gigs [cont.]
A look at the collaborators behind Random Access Memories, the new album from Daft Punk. Episode 5: Panda Bear. The Collaborators, a series by The Creators Project with direction from Ed Lachman.
Pharrell performs Daft Punk’s new single from Random Access Memories, “Get Lucky”, for the first time ever, at HTC Live in NYC on April 19th, 2013.
Well, that didn’t take long. Just 12 hours after the release of Daft Punk’s new single, “Get Lucky”, (feat. Pharrell Williams & Nile Rodgers) hit iTunes, the song has skyrocketed to the #1 best-selling song from the music retailer, in 46 countries, no less. The duo’s highly anticipated album, Random Access Memories, is out May [cont.]
Looks like the final version of Daft Punk’s long-teased single from Random Access Memories, “Get Lucky”, has leaked before it’s official release date, Friday, April 19th. This is the radio edit, with the full 6:07 edit to be included on the album. You can retire those YouTube looped videos now!
While we showed you the official tracklist for Daft Punk’s hotly anticipated comeback LP, Random Access Memories, over the weekend, and today, Columbia comes with the official unveiling of the tracklist via the hot-new-app-of-the-moment, Vine. While there’s no new reveal here for frequent visitors of this site, you can check out the 6-second clip below.
The Daft Punk hype train continues, as Columbia has sent out the following notice via their All Access fan network. The notice states that the group’s lead single from Random Access Memories, “Get Lucky” (feat. Pharrell & Nile Rodgers), will be *finally* out this Friday, April 19th. Take a look at the email here or [cont.]
A look at the collaborators behind Random Access Memories, the new album from Daft Punk. Episode 4: Pharrell Williams.
Coachella weekend was quite eventful for Daft Punk fans, as lots of information seeped out for their hotly anticipated comeback record, Random Access Memories. Although there were no surprise appearances from the group at the festival, their presence was definitely felt. Daytime Coachella-goers were first to get a glimpse of last night’s new 1-minute SNL [cont.]
A look at the collaborators behind Random Access Memories, the new album from Daft Punk. Episode 3: Nile Rodgers.
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