Singer Natalie Imbruglia performs her rendition of the Daft Punk song "Instant Crush," off of her newest album "Male," for Kathie Lee and Hoda. The album is a collection of songs from Natalie's favorite male singers.
In the Seventies and Eighties, Giorgio Moroder crafted disco hits for Donna Summer, Blondie and David Bowie. Now, after a nudge from Daft Punk, the 75-year-old Svengali is attempting a decades-in-the-making comeback with a cast of A-list collaborators. Although a handful of dated, unimaginative instrumentals drag down Déjà Vu's momentum,...
Sven Hansen-Løve's youth spent partying is at the centre of the Daft Punk featuring indie flick.
Sounds like: Daft Punk, Emancipator Song: Gibbz - Love Again What's so good? Does the top half of the week have you going mad? Let the vocoder, funky bass line, and hypnotic synths of Gibbz's second single, "Love Again," off his forthcoming...Show More Summary
KURT SCHLICHTER: Europe Is Partying Like It’s 1939: The world is preparing for war, but not in Europe, where Daft Punk’s beat goes on.
From the blocks of Bed-Stuy, Joey Bada$$ is clearing the shelf for his revitalised heartfelt 90s style hip hop. His local neighbourhood is soaked in a rich heritage, birthing NYC’s finest elite of rhymers, so it’s no surprise that he’s regularly compared to Nas in his Illmatic years.
Your golden ticket to getting lucky, with or without Daft Punk playing.
Sounds like: Kavinsky, Daft Punk Song: Ratatat - Nightclub Amnesia What's so good? Well, well. After two slightly approachable tracks, Ratatat seem to have jumped out of the gate with something a whole lot more jarring and gritty. "Nightclub Amnesia" is the latest offering off the duo's upcoming album Magnifique, due later this month. Show More Summary
Later this month, the lightly fictionalized Daft Punk/French electronic music origin story Eden will be released in theaters. We’ve already seen a few trailers and clips from the film, and here’s another one courtesy of DJ Mag. This one shows the two Daft Punk stand-ins nervously queuing up their legendary “Da Funk” for the first […]
Fictionalized versions of the young DJs drop a revolutionary beat.
Eden is a film directed by Mia Hansen-Løve that tells the story of France's electronic music scene in the 1990s. It features portrayals of several DJs, including Daft Punk's Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter. Today, DJ Mag has shared a scene in which the young duo DJ a fancy-dress house party and play "Da Funk" for the first time. Show More Summary
Back in 2005, elusive French electronica pioneers Daft Punk crawled out of hermitdom and released an album entitled Human After All. The pair had already been hailed as analog prodigies thanks to dance floor staples like “Harder Better...Show More Summary
With the Fourth Of July just days away, it’s as good a time as any for a new contender to jump into the “anthem of the summer race.” “Something’s Bout To Change”—which The A.V. Club is premiering below—is the latest cut from Aussie darlings Strange Talk, who have played a number of major music festivals. Show More Summary
Sounds like: The Chainsmokers, Daft Punk, Cut Copy Song: Slaptop - Sunrise What's so good? Slaptop's "Sunrise" popped up on my radar a couple months back while working on the premiere of his latest track "Away." Somehow it passed meShow More Summary
Photo by Nabil BBC Worldwide France's new documentary about Daft Punk, Daft Punk Unchained, recently aired on the French TV station Canal+. The entire thing is now streaming below in French via NME. Currently, it's only available without subtitles. Show More Summary
According to Chic's Nile Rodgers, he and Keith Urban are recording together. In a recent interview, the funk guitarist, producer and songwriter of hits like Sister Sledge's "We Are Family" and Daft Punk's Grammy-winning "Get Lucky" revealed that he and the country star have cut a pair of songs. The two first...
Back in 2013, Wilco kicked off their Solid Sound Festival with a set entirely comprised of fan-requested covers—a 27-song extravaganza in which the band played favorites by Daft Punk, Television, the Rolling Stones, and more. Perhaps...Show More Summary
Mia Hansen-Løve’s Eden opens this weekend — her new film set during the EDM scene in ’90s France. It features portrayals of several real-life DJs, including Daft Punk’s Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter. For anyone heavily into the club scene during this time, Eden will surely feel somewhat nostalgic. Show More Summary
by PSquared So far this has been a pretty good year for films revolving around music, both in documentary and dramatic form. The Wrecking Crew and Love and Mercy to name two. Adding to those and opening today (6/19) on...