Sounds like: Sex On Toast, Jungle, Kraak & Smaak Song: Parcels - Overnight (Prod. by Daft Punk) What's so good? If you haven't heard of Parcels yet I'm glad you're listening now...and I highly recommend you check out their other tracks...Show More Summary
The robots emerge for a rare collaboration
This is the America's Got Talent performance of dance crew Light Balance, a dance crew I assume was formed when Daft Punk banged TRON. Their dance routine and light effects were all very well choreographed, and I enjoyed watching it....Show More Summary
In recent years, it’s not really been a strange occurrence to see Daft Punk collaborating with more high profile acts such as The Weeknd, Pharrell and Kanye West. Here, however, we’re presented with a somewhat rare joint effort alongside Australian band, Parcels. Now based in Berlin, Parcels have unleashed various singles during the past few […]
Time and space bend in on one another. Parcels are an Australian band based in Berlin, and now they've teamed up with a pair of robots who are from the future but who are based in Paris. Parcels, who play a crispy, sidelong sort of dance-funk, have been building for a little while. Earlier this…
You probably wouldn't think an orchestra cover of one of electronic music duo Daft Punk's songs would go very well, but this video proves otherwise. A 15-peice orchestra in Germany that goes by the name of Rundfunk-Tanzorchester (Radio...Show More Summary
A fantastic live version of Daft Punk’s hit Harder Better Stronger performed by the 15 members of Germany’s Rundfunk-Tanzorchester Ehrenfeld. We love the dimensionality and depth the strings and brass add to the already funky dance track.
So fresh. So funky. So good.
Video. When you see a 15-piece orchestra full of trumpets, violins and cellos, you're probably expecting to hear a little Chopin, or Mozart. But the Rundfunk-Tanzorchester Ehrenfeld (or Radio Dance Orchestra of Ehrenfeld, in English) plays a near perfect rendition of Daft Punk's Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger in this delightful clip. More »
While appearing on the late night German talk show Neo Magazin Royale, the musicians of Rundfunk-Tanzorchester Ehrenfeld performed a really brilliant cover of the Daft Punk electronic funk song “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger“. (translated)Week after week the 15 exceptional musicians deliver another outstanding song in Neo Magazine Royale. Show More Summary
Mondo previously gave the Tom Cruise led sci-fi flick Oblivion a special vinyl soundtrack, because M83’s score for the film was one of the best of the past decade, along with Daft Punk’s score for TRON Legacy. Now they’re giving theShow More Summary
Chaz Bear (who officially changed his name from Chaz Bundick), also known as Toro y Moi, returns today with “Girl Like You”, the first single from his upcoming album, Boo Boo. Bear says that Travis Scott, Daft Punk, Frank Ocean, and Oneohtrix Point Never explicitly influenced the new record,... Continue reading
Toro Y Moi has announced a new studio album. Boo Boo is out July 7 via Carpark. In a personal statement, Chaz Bear (who has officially changed his name from Chaz Bundick) explains that Travis Scott, Daft Punk, Frank Ocean, and Oneohtrix Point Never were among the artists who influenced him during the record’s creation. Show More Summary
In light of MADE LA, which takes place this weekend, legendary French electronic duo Daft Punk has teamed up with Italian streetwear label DARKDRON and artist Emanuele Taglietti for a limited edition T-shirt capsule. Keeping with the cult imprint’s aggro-goth aesthetic (which we personally love), the line consists of two graphic tees inspired by two […]
Animator Nicolo Bianchino provides a wonderful visual accompaniment to the Giorgio Moroder interview featured in Daft Punk’s track Giorgio, colorfully illustrating moments from the king of disco sound’s formative years.
Three years ago at Coachella, Arcade Fire brought out a couple of guys dressed like Daft Punk for what looked like a playful fake-out. Yesterday, the Montreal band announced its fifth studio album, Everything Now, which they produced with Pulp’s Steve Mackey—and, hey, Daft Punk’s Thomas Bangalter. Show More Summary
Video. Daft Punk isn't the only musical group that packs its hits full of obscure and eclectic samples. Gorillaz have been borrowing funky beats and catchy rhythms from other artists for over 16 years now, and YouTube's Kirima Nagi has found the source of almost every last one in this comprehensive quarter-hour video. More »
Arcade Fire played a surprise set at Barecelona’s Primavera Sound Festival, moments after announcing their new album Everything Now and debuting the title track (which was co-produced by Daft Punk’s Thomas Bangalter). During the show, the band gave debut performances of new songs “Everything Now” and “Creature Comfort.” Watch clips of both below. Show More Summary