Daft Punk’s Paris leg of their iconic 2007 Alive tour has been shared online in full HD. You can watch it below.
The footage has been compiled and edited from high quality fan and source footage and synched with HD audio by Vimeo user Xero Foxx.
The 2007 show from the Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy starts with 'Robot Rock' before going into Daft Punk classics including 'Around the World', 'Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger', 'One More Time' and many more.
Daft Punk’s ‘The Brainwasher’ is set to receive an Erol Alkan ‘Horrorhouse Dub’ rework. The remix is one of 20 set to appear on Alkan’s ‘Reworks Volume 1’ release.
Alkan has chosen cuts from across the musical spectrum to contort, with indie rock (Tame Impala, Hot Chop, Franz Ferdinand, Yeah Yeah Yeah) representing a significant portion of the collection. Edits of Lindstrøm and Justice also made the discs.
A remixer of his own caliber, Alkan will be taking a unique production approach to each selection.
A-Trak is taking his credit for introducing Kanye West to Daft Punk and the French duo’s 2001 hit ‘Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger’. West would go on to edit the song for his Grammy-winning single ‘Stronger’, an artistic choice that A-Trak was originally against.
Daft Punk’s Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo has co-written a track with Charlotte Gainsbourg, titled ‘Rest’. You can listen to it below.
The title-track is taken from her first album since 2010, which lands on 17th November via Because.
As well as Daft Punk’s Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, the LP features contributions from Sir Paul McCartney, Owen Pallett, and Connan Mockasin.
Earlier this month (September), reports surfaced that Daft Punk played a secret set at Burning Man.
Reports are surfacing that Daft Punk played a secret set at Burning Man last night.
Rumours of the Robots performing at Burning Man are obviously an annual occurrence. But this time, a Burner present at The Trash Fence, where the duo were said to perform, has supplied photos to InTheMix that show two helmet wearing individuals on the decks.
The unnamed attendee said the two helmeted DJs were “escorted by security and a few camera cars” before coming on just after midnight.
Daft Punk tribute band Daft as Punk is fabricating a full-size replica of the iconic Pyramid Stage for an upcoming recreation of the Grammy-winning 2007 Alive tour.
The Irish duo have been spinning from behind the masks for seven years and are now attempting the largest tribute to date, also besting the feats of Stateside tribute act One More Time.
The performance is set to take place 20th October at Dublin’s The Button Factory. Doors open at midnight.
Daft Punk’s Thomas Bangalter famously used a TR-909 drum machine to record ‘Revolution 909’ from the French duo’s album, ‘Homework’, and now the piece of kit has gone on sale.
With the track’s original presets still loaded on it, the hardware is up for grabs through a listing on Facebook, with offers reaching €10,000 at the time of writing.
Daft Punk have teamed up with Australian band Parcels, to produce the Berlin-based pop group’s brand-new single ‘Overnight’.
Daft Punk both co-wrote and produced the new record for Parcels — the duo apparently met the Kitsune-signed band whilst out at a night-club in Paris — with the track written and created at a secret location somewhere in the French capital.
Daft Punk's Thomas Bangalter was enlisted by Grammy Award winners Arcade Fire to serve as co-producer on their forthcoming full-length album ‘Everything Now’.
The announcement was accompanied by the titular track’s visual treatment. Bangalter shares production duties on the track with Arcade Fire (led by Win Butler) and Steve Mackey, with Markus Davs being credited as co-producer.
The 13-track album will be released 28th July under a new partnership between Arcade Fire’s “global media and e-commerce platform Everything Now” and Sony/Columbia.