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Daft Punk gets a Slam rework to celebrate 25 years of Soma Records

The anniversary compilation lands in March…

Slam have revealed they will celebrate 25 years of their Soma Records imprint with a five-vinyl compilation, ‘Soma 25’. It lands on Friday 31st March.

The release features a raft of new material, including a new modular Slam remix of Daft Punk’s ‘Drive’, as well as tracks from Jeff Mills, Robert Hood, Adam Beyer, Josh Wink and more.

You can listen to the original version of Daft Punk’s ‘Drive’ at the bottom of the page.

DJ Mag got the exclusive premiere of Slam’s ‘Corridors’ in October, taken from their ‘Machine Cut Noise’ album.

Watch a video teaser for Soma Records’ ‘Soma25’ below, and check out the compilation’s full tracklist underneath that.

Tracklist 

A1 Robert Hood – The Bond We Formed 
A2 Jeff Mills – A Tale From the Parallel Universe 
B1 Daft Punk – Drive (Slam Modular Interpretation) 
B2 Adam Beyer – Just Things 
C1 Blawan – Clipper 
C2 The Woodleigh Research Facility – S.O.M.A 25 
D1 Josh Wink – Synodic Period 
E1 Slam – Stepback (Jonas Kopp Remix) 
E2 Slam – Visions (Kobosil Remix) 
F1 Percy X – X Track (Vril Remix 2) 
G1 Slam - Tempest 
G2 Steve Bicknell – Mind Cycles 
H Funk D'Void – 808 Planet 
I1 Joe Stawarz – Cry (Deepchord Remix) 
J1 Joe Stawarz – Beebear. (Deepchord Remix)

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