Daft Punk will make their first televised appearance since the 2008 Grammy Awards, returning to the same stage at the 2014 ceremony, Rolling Stone reports. “We learned that because they had such a good experience with us when they appeared with Kanye in 2008, they were happy to discuss a performance on this year’s show,” [cont.]
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ETC!ETC! will release this remix of Daft Punk’s classic “Around The World” once he hits 80k Facebook likes.
This is not the first time that Richard Grey has covered Daft Punk’s seminal classic, “One More Time”, as he originally did so back in 2009. Today he prepares for this season’s New Year’s Eve celebration with a brand new 2014 progressive reimagining of the track.
Got $275.00 to spare? If so, grab Daft Punk’s deluxe box set edition of Random Access Memories, which drops just before Christmas. What’s included in the set is as follows: A. The Deluxe Box Set Edition is presented in a cloth-bound box (333mm x 333mm / 13” x 13”) stamped with the Random Access Memories [cont.]
The first official, full-length video from Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories.
Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” has just hit 2 million single sales worldwide, and the bootleg remixes just keep on coming. Today, Morgan Page releases his mashup with Mor Avahami & Elkana Paz’s cut for free download.
In an interview with DAZZ TV, Nile Rodgers spoke of finding a stash of unreleased recordings from himself, as well as his original band, Chic. He says he plans to finish some of the material, and that Daft Punk is interested in working on one of the tracks as well.
Here it is, the long-awaited, highly-anticipated, official DAFT PUNK remix of their lead single to Random Access Memories, “Get Lucky”, clocking in at 10:33. Available now via Spotify. You can also check the video promo for the track below.
Daft Punk spoke with Stryker of KROQ about the upcoming Star Wars reboot by J.J. Abrams, their Coachella experience, and Random Access Memories’ longevity. They also touch upon the recent helmet-less photo leak and how they dealt with it. Listen below.
In this post-Random Access Memories release interview, Daft Punk speak with NPR about the songs that influenced the new album and inspired their musical tastes. Interestingly, they cite Chic’s “Good Times” – the brainchild of “Get Lucky” collaborator Niles Rodgers – as the foundation for disco and dance music. What’s cool about this, is that [cont.]
If there’s one song in all of dance music that is instantly recognized as a staple in our culture, it’s Daft Punk’s “One More Time”. This timeless classic, has not only influenced how we make music today, but has also inspired countless musicians around the globe. The untimely passing of Romanthony came as a total [cont.]
While the robots have spoken on “Daft Punk remixing Daft Punk”, and have mentioned that we’ll see a remix of Random Access Memories’ lead single, “Get Lucky”, in June, more news has arrived regarding the highly anticipated release. The remix is currently slated for a July 16th release, and will clock in at 10:31, as [cont.]
Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories seems like it came out forever ago, having leaked early. However that hasn’t stopped the album from dominating the charts, taking the #1 spot on digital charts in 97 countries, selling over 1 million copies worldwide in it’s first week of release. The album has already reached triple-platinum status in [cont.]
Nile Rodgers speaks on Random Access Memories’ critics, and the creative process behind the album.
Nailed down by CastleAwesome, Daft Punk have revealed one extra track as a part of the Random Access Memories puzzle, with “Horizon”, which was exclusive to the Japanese release of the album.
This is pretty cool. 8-Bit musicisian Joe Jeremiah plays the entirety of Daft Punk’s new album, Random Access Memories, in a 5 minute melody on his keyboard.
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.]
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