Daft Punk have made more people aware of their throb and pulsating dance music, and with new Grammy wins, it is happening again like an episode of Twin Peaks. “Lose Yourself To Dance” is something they want you to do, and with help from a brand new remix by DeltaFoxx, you will be able to get on the basketball court and gyrate on it in a Prince or Billy Idol fashion. Lose yourself much more than Eminem could ever dream of doing.
“Once you go pop, you can’t go back”. Look at Alicia Keys, can’t make a great song for shit anymore. Maybe Daft Punk are just in a mode, I don’t know, but you can’t be surprised by their hustle. The Daft Punk robots collaborated with Julian Casablancas of The Strokes for a song they gathered together called “Instant Crush” and for a video, they asked Warren Fu… well, I don’t know what they asked because they speak in robot, but Fu agreed and now you and everyone else can see what happened.
The buzz for Daft Punk has been quite fabulash since the release of their new album, and with them producing a number of tracks on Kanye West’s Yeezus, this is very much their year. Now you’re able to hear a cover of a Daft Punk song, this one being “Daughter” and not only that, it gets the Casamena remix treatment. It’s a cover of “Get Lucky” that is titled “Lucky” for this remix, so get to playing, get on the dance floor and house it.
Daft Punk are about to release a highly anticipated album, so while momentum is created for it, DJ Pizzo has taken the momentum of the past and has put together a new 78 minute mix called Relive. It highlights the known with previously unknown (or little known) variations of the familiar, so if you love them, celebrate in style with this Pizzo megamix of sorts.
This is awesome. Musician Soon H.K. loves Daft Punk‘s “Aerodynamic” so much, he recorded his own version. He not only recorded it, but had a hand in all of the instrumentation in it, and you can see the process in this video.
His preferred instrument is the guitar, and while he doesn’t normally create stuff as elaborate as the Daft Punk cover, you can see what he’s trying to achieve with this one.
Is this really rejected tracks by Daft Punk, or is this a hint of new Daft Punk? Did Disney really not want to use these songs for Tron Legacy, or is this part of their promotional plan?
Is this really a fan-made video, or a viral? I do not know. Nonetheless, while I’m not someone who follows fan-made videos, I thought this was interesting. May the seeds be planted with this.
Brand new video produced by the Daft Punk kids.