TEACHERS is a new short film (clocking in at exactly 9:09) with a special mix by CK303, celebrating the Chicago roots of Daft Punk on the 25th anniversary of their seminal 1997 album 'Homework'.
Directed by Dave Tynan and cut by Michael Donnelly to CK303’s new mix, the film TEACHERS is constructed from archive material and showcases extraordinary mid-90s footage of the legendary Chicago dance crew House-o-Matics.
The film seeks to educate and inform the wider world of dance music about the key role that Chicago artists and DJs played in Daft Punk's evolution. It is a celebration of the Black heritage of the music that influenced the French duo’s first album 25 years ago. TEACHERS is dedicated to Paul Johnson, the first artist named on Daft Punk’s Teachers, who passed last year.
Read Gabriel Szatan's DJ Mag feature on Daft Punk’s Homework at 25 & the Teachers here.
Neither DJ Mag nor CK303 claim ownership of the archive footage used. Please contact us at [email protected] for more information.
Paul Johnson v. Jammin Gerald - CK's 'Partyin' with Paul' edit
DJ Deeon 'Freak Mode II' intro
DJ Deeon 'House-o-Matic'
DJ Milton v. Thomas Bangalter 'Bang-o-Matics'
CK edit Robert Armani v. Thomas Bangalter 'CK's Rollin' Up edit'
Thomas Bangalter 'Spinal Beats'
Cajmere / Dajae 'Brighter Days (Underground Goodies mix)'
Paul Johnson 'Y'All Stole Them Dances'
Gemini 'Le Fusion / Don't Stop'
Paul Johnson / Robert Armani / Louis Bell/ Rick Garcia 'Mix It (CK's Baddest DJ edit)'
DJ Deeon 'Freaks / Do-U-C' DJ Deeon 'In The House!'
Robert Armani 'Ambulance'
Gant-Man 'Gon' Bang Da Box'
Thomas Bangalter v. George Kranz 'CK's Spinal Skranz edit'
DJ Funk 'Work It!'
Parris Mitchell Project feat. Waxmaster 'Ghetto Shout Out!'
Daft Punk v. Waxmaster Teach that Body (CK's Chi-town edit)'
DJ Slugo 'DJs on the Low'