Spider-Man: Homecoming director Jon Watts has revealed a video of Spidey actor Tom Holland dancing to Daft Punk track ‘Doin’ It Right’.
The social media post, which you can see below, was a response to Avengers: Infinity War directors Joe and Anthony Russo, who posted an image of Josh Brolin rehearsing as villain Thanos last week.
Watts’ response read "Yeah but @therussobrothers can Thanos do THIS?"
Daft Punk’s ‘Get Lucky’ has been turned into a lullaby for a new compilation from the Rockabye Baby label, who are celebrating 10 years of recording with their ‘Birthday Party’ album, which is due out on Friday 14th October.
David Bowie, The Beatles, Chic, Marvin Gaye, LCD Soundsystem, Michael Jackson, Kool & The Gang and more have also been given the lullaby treatment. You can listen to two cuts from the album below.
Daft Punk and The Weeknd are reportedly in the studio together — and we couldn’t be more excited.
A few weeks ago The Weeknd posted a picture of two Daft Punk figurines sat on top of a pair of speakers in a studio.
It turns out, Abęl Makkonen Tesfaye was actually giving us a massive hint that he was working with Daft Punk.
Daft Punk’s ‘Discovery’ turned 15-years-old in February, and to mark the occasion Classic Album Sundays has announced six listening sessions to hear the album on world class audiophile sound systems.
The first event takes place this Sunday 7th August at Brilliant Corners in Dalston, London, before going on to make stops in New York, Oslo, Los Angeles, Chicago, and ending at Miami’s Sweat Records on Sunday 21st August.
Daft Punk merchandise has been aplenty in recent months, with the French duo adding jackets, original Alive 2006 t-shirts and bandannas to their store earlier this month (7th July), after rings in the shape of their iconic robot helmets, caps and skateboards went on sale in March.
Daft Punk have added a slew of new merch to their burgeoning merchandise store with the addition of new t-shirts, jackets and bandannas joining skateboards, lappel pins and mugs.
The French duo have been selling merchandise off the back of the commercial success of their fourth studio album, 'Random Access Memories', with many believing the duo are looking to fund their next live tour with the proceeeds.
‘Where’s Wally?’ illustrator Adam Carnegie has made a new illustration, replacing the elusive beanie wearing character with a number of music stars, including Daft Punk, Major Lazer, Disclosure, The Gorillaz, Prince, Amy Winehouse and many more.
The illustration features a fantasy festival called ZION, which appears to pull from a number of iconic locations including Glastonbury, Tomorrowland, Lollapalooza, Melt! and Outlook.
Swedish composer Hans Ek has announced that he’s about to release a 17-track compilation that will see him and the 85-strong Norrköping orchestra reimagining some of the dance music’s most iconic tracks.
The compilation, which has been given the name ‘Dance Music Symphony’, features orchestral reworkings of The Chemical Brothers’ ‘Galvanise’, Daft Punk’s iconic ‘Aerodynamic’ and Deadmau5’s ‘Strobe' amongst many others.
The only real disappointment is the inclusion of Ten Walls’ ‘Walking With Elephants’ and Avicii’s ‘Levels’.
While we patiently wait for news of what Daft Punk will do next (it’s been just over three years their last LP 'Random Access Memories') Aneta Dolega and Dominik Bulka have created a stunning infographic that charts Daft Punk’s career from failed indie band Darlin' to dance music-making robots.
The infographic details Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter’s career from the very beginning, tracing their journey from shy Parisian bedroom producers to the world’s most successful dance music duo.
Daft Punk's unreleased remix of Junior Kimbrough's 'I Gotta Try You Girl' is getting a limited vinyl release (just 3,000 copies) for next month's Record Store Day.
The Daft Punk edit in question came to prominence in 2013 when the French duo soundtracked Saint Laurent's spring and summer collection, with Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem Christo editing Kimbrough's track into 15 minutes of smokey blues, a millions miles away from anything the electronic duo have done before.