Skrillex has made an edit of Dimension’s ‘UK’ which debuted last weekend at London’s Printworks.
Featuring a sample from Jamie xx’s ‘Gosh’, Dimension revealed the new edit via his Twitter account yesterday — you can watch the crowd going wild to the rework below.
Daft Punk supplied an eclectic playlist consisting of R&B, hip hop, indie rock and Chicago house to German publication, Groove Magazine, 20 years ago — and you can check it out below!
Groove Magazine shared the throwback playlist from the late ‘90s this week, with the list featuring music from Westside Connection, R&B singer Babyface, DJ/producer Armand Van Helden and much more.
Skrillex headlined the opening party of Daft Punk’s L.A. pop-up museum and shop this weekend, which opened on Saturday night (11th February) and runs until Sunday. You can watch the OWSLA boss spin below.
Daft Punk opened a pop-up museum and store for in L.A. on Friday, which runs until 19th February at the Maxfield Gallery.
Below, you can step inside the space in West Hollywood, as the French duo have shared a video of the memorabilia and merchandise on sale (we’ll take a Daft Punk bomber, please!)
You can watch the five-minute clip of the pop-up museum and store below.
Daft Punk performed at the Grammys last night and to celebrate Snapchat has rolled out a robot-inspired filter for fans of the famous French duo.
The filter features both Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter's classic helmets, complete with neon lighting effects (cued by opening your mouth while the filter is on) and sparkling metallic finish.
Daft Punk returned to the stage at last night’s Grammy Awards show alongside The Weeknd. You can watch the performance below.
The robots hit the stage to perform their The Weeknd collaboration ‘I Feel It Coming’, as well as a brief skit of ‘Starboy’, which the pair worked on with the American star on his 2016 album of the same name.
Daft Punk’s music has been the subject of YouTube channel FBE’s reaction videos, where they get American college kids to respond to classic footage.
In the video, titled College Kids React to Daft Punk, the subjects are shown the videos to some of the French duo’s most famous tracks, including ‘Da Funk’, ‘Around The World’, ‘Technologic’ and ‘Get Lucky.
You can watch the video below for big LOLs.
Daft Punk are opening a pop-up museum and store for one week only in LA, running 11th to 19th February at the Maxfield Gallery.
According to the gallery, the new pop-up will feature “a retrospective of archival set pieces, props, wardrobe, artwork, photography and robot helmets,” most of which have never been shown to the public before.
There will also be a bunch of merch on offer from the famous french duo, with “limited Edition apparel from Gosha Rubchinskiy, Off-White, Enfants Riches Deprimes, Darkdron, Hervet Manufacturier & Han Cholo" available for purchase.
Donald Trump’s press secretary Sean Spicer tweeted that Daft Punk, who he referred to as “Daft Funk” in error, should “grow up” and lose the helmets.
The tweets came in 2014, during Daft Punk’s Grammy performance with Stevie Wonder, but have resurfaced after Spicer came under fire for falsely claiming Donald Trump’s inauguration had “the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration, period.”
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.