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Sounds like: Royal Canoe, Daft Punk, Foster The People Song: Beasthead - Sleep What's so good? Earlier this year, Minneapolis four-piece Beasthead released their sophomore EP, I Owe You For This. I've always been drawn in by their unique...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Kavinsky, Daft Punk, M83 Song: Countach - Demo 38 (Ft. Nick Diminico) What's so good? Coupe II is the 80s themed follow-up to producer Countach's 2016 EP Coupe. Drenched in nostalgia and 80s electronic flavors, the nine-track...Show More Summary
AliveInVR is a remote MIDI controller for Ableton Live for use with Windows virtual reality, available now on Steam. And - it's a little crazy. The post Ableton Live in VR lets you play as a disembodied Daft Punk head appeared first on CDM Create Digital Music.
Chic cofounder and Daft Punk collaborator Nile Rodgers has been hospitalized with an undisclosed ailment that caused him to miss a concert in Toronto Sunday night. Read more...
Pawe? Zadro?niak’s retro-mechanical orchestra The Floppotron is back with another great cover. Listen up as it performs a Bee Gees’ disco classic. If you prefer something a bit more modern, he also dropped a cover of Daft Punk’s Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger this week.
Maybe I'm overthinking this. When I saw the video of this French military band playing French electropop band Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" at the official Bastille Day ceremonies, and how President Macron seemed to be barely containing his...Show More Summary
He’s clearly not into EDM bigly.
by Leilani Polk On my way into work this morning, I was listening to KEXP and the DJ at the helm played this live recording of a marching band performing Daft Punk. My knee-jerk thought was, Oh great, now I've officially heard "Get Lucky" 1,000 times. Show More Summary
The 2017 Bastille Day Military Band (La Fanfare Interarmées) practiced their amazing instrumental medley of Daft Punk songs that they would shortly be playing for French President Macron and visiting United States President Trump along the Place de la Concorde, Paris. Show More Summary
Video. At a Bastille Day event on Friday, the French army marching band did something unusual and amazing. They played electronic music unplugged. And not just any electronic music, either. The horns and drums and woodwinds performed a stunning medley of Daft Punk's greatest hits. Donald Trump apparently did not enjoy it. More »
A French army marching band performed a medley of Daft Punk songs for French President Emmanuel Macron and U.S. President Donald Trump.
Macron is really into it. Trump is really not. Macron also seems to be into that. It's Friday afternoon after another sshow of a political week, and you needed this. Presented without further comment.
In preparation for the big Bastille Day Military Parade, the French Army is shown in this video rehearsing a Daft Punk medley. The celebratory parade is the world's oldest and longest military one in the world, and happens each year down the Champs-Élysées in Paris. (reddit)
Yeah he's done it again. In addition to the neverending handshake above, the following actually happened: Did Trump really just tell France's first lady that she's 'in great shape'? pic.twitter.com/qN7RvMp8rw — NowThis (@nowthisnews) July 14, 2017 In front of his wife, too. Show More Summary
July 14 marks as Bastille Day in France, the French National Day that commemorates the first anniversary of Storming of the Bastille on July 14, 1789, a turning point of the French Revolution — a period of social and political turmoil in France that lasted from 1789 until 1799. For this year’s parade celebration in […]
Every year on July 14th, France celebrates Bastille Day to commemorate the storming of the Bastille in 1789. The celebratory holiday is synonymous with French pride and is tantamount to France’s version of the Fourth of July. So, itShow More Summary
At the Bastille Day parade in Paris, with Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron looking on, a marching band played a medley of hits from Daft Punk. Macron gets it pretty quickly while Trump looks confidently clueless as usual. Tags: Daft Punk Donald Trump Emmanuel Macron music Paris video
As the band played, the French president's face lit up, and he grinned throughout. His American counterpart, however, did not.