The children’s music label Rockabye! Baby celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. To celebrate, the label is putting out a compilation called Birthday Party, Stereogum reports. It’s out October 14, and features lullaby renditions of LCD Soundsystem’s “All My Friends,” OutKast’s “Hey Ya!,” David Bowie’s “Let’s Dance,” and more. Show More Summary
Rockabye Baby — the LA-based company who puts out lullaby versions of popular songs — has been doing its thing for 10 years now, and they’re putting out a special Birthday Party compilation to celebrate their birthday. Last year’s Lullaby Renditions Of Sublime topped our 10 most unnecessary albums list, but this new release is […]
A fantastical cutaway print shows a Minimoog crawling with mini-musicians. Beloved by musicians and designers alike, Moog synthesizers have inspired three generations of music, including Kraftwerk, Daft Punk, David Bowie, the Beastie Boys, and deadMau5. Show More Summary
From Banksy to Daft Punk, innovators in the new millennium are increasingly hiding their identities behind aliases, masks and avatars.
The Kubrick exhibit features contributions from Jarvis Cocker, Mick Jones (The Clash/B.A.D.), Max Richter, Michael Nyman, Daft Punk's Thomas Bangalter, Beth Orton, Samantha Morton & Douglas Hart, and more. Continue reading…
We talked to director Warren Fu—who's worked with Daft Punk, Snoop, Weezer, and more—about his creative partnership with The Strokes and a bunch of other stuff.
Sounds like: Simian Mobile Disco, Daft Punk, Sebastian What's so good? Five years on from their sophomore record, Audio, Video, Disco, French duo Justice return with brand new single "Safe And Sound." The track was first played by Busy P during his DJ set at Sonar and had many wondering if Justice were back. Show More Summary
Animal Collective are following in the footsteps of Mogwai, Nick Cave, and Daft Punk by getting their very own skateboards. (Well, Panda Bear already had one, but shhhh.) The Baltimore weird-poppers have teamed up with Habitat Skateboards, the same company that gave us Woods skateboards, to make three different board designs inspired by the band’s […]
Quickly now, how are Color Me Badd and Daft Punk connected? They’re not, you say? Well, it’s time to get schooled. Color Me Badd’s “Time And Chance” was sampled on “How We Bullshit” by Slum Village, who also remixed a Daft Punk songShow More Summary
Sounds like: Kavinsky, Daft Punk, Sebastien Tellier Song: Promises Ltd. - Days Of Lavender What's so good? This song hits all the right notes from the start, and it didn't take long for me to find myself thoroughly engrossed by the Sebastien Tellier-esque vibe. Even more awesome was to learn that Promises Ltd. Show More Summary
Chilly Gonzales recently aired the first instalment of his new Beats 1 radio show, “Music’s Cool.” In the inaugural episode, he went deep on the music of Daft Punk—“funky, sad, French robots who elevated music to the level of conceptual art.” Gonzales invited Tiga and his Octave Minds collaborator Boys Noize to join the discussion. Show More Summary
Pianist/musical genius Chilly Gonzales has been deconstructing pop songs in his Pop Music Masterclass video series for German radio station WDR 1Live for a while now, and now he’s doing the same thing for Apple Music. His new Beats 1 radio show Music’s Cool just premiered yesterday, and in the first episode, he breaks down […]
Our interview series Icebreaker features artists talking about things—some strange, some amusing, some meaningful—that just might reveal their true selves. This edition features Harlem MC A$AP Ferg, whose new album Always Strive and Prosper is out now. Who is a fictional character that you relate to? Probably Jesus. Show More Summary
Requested by Robotonta • Compiled by W A N N A B E W A V E 01. Kraftwerk - “The Robots” 02. The Buggles - “I Love You (Miss Robot)” 03. Porter Robinson - “Sad Machine” 04. Ford & Lopatin - “Joey Rogers” 05. Daft Punk - “Robot Rock” 06. Show More Summary
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Daft Punk have once again unveiled a new batch of merch with a series of vintage merch. This time, some of the items themselves are from a bygone era—namely the T-shirts, stickers, and patches—albeit 2006, rather than the mid-century period evoked by the campaign. Show More Summary
This is awesome, thanks to April for the heads up. More info here.
Every now and then, “Jeopardy!” dips its toe into the music world. On an episode earlier this year, Kurt Vile and the Flaming Lips were answers (or, in “Jeopardy!” parlance, “questions”). Vampire Weekend, Daft Punk, the White Stripes, Nine Inch Nails, Best Coast, and Fleet Foxes have also been answers on the show. Show More Summary
Daft Punk, Kurt Cobain, Amy Winehouse, Gorillaz, and a whole bunch of David Bowies are scattered throughout the grounds.