It did win them the Grammy for Album of the Year, but die-hard Daft Punk fans know that Random Access Memories was not the duo's best work. But even mediocre Daft Punk is better than no Daft Punk at all, and the recent album means we now get a new pair of detailed figures of the always-incognito French artists.
Remember Daft Punk? The robots that pwned the music charts a few months ago with their more-poppy-than-usual new album? Thanks to Nicolas Jaar and Dave Harrington—collectively known as DARKSIDE—you can discover Random Access Memories all over again.
Daft Punk recently released this slick and stylish photo shoot set in a famous LA modernist house, though we here at Architizer think there’s more here than meets the eye. What other “Daft Punkitecture” is out there in the world waiting to be found?
After Halloween revelers desperately wanted to buy his impressively detailed Daft Punk helmet (Thomas Bangalter version) Mauricio Santoro realized he could probably make a few bucks from his creation. So he got a small production line going and is now selling the helmets on Etsy for $500 until they run out, or until…
Random Access Memories, el último álbum de Daft Punk, se ha filtrado en internet una semana antes de su lanzamiento. Hasta ahora se habían hecho públicos algunos fragmentos, pero ahora ha sido el disco completo, con una duración de una hora y quince minutos aproximadamente, el que se ha colado en la red.
Surprise! The new Daft Punk Album, Random Access Memories, has leaked online one week before the official release. And if you'd rather get your music by legal means, you can stream the entire thing right here on iTunes.
Daft Punk's newest song Get Lucky from their upcoming album Random Access Memories has come with so much buzz that the only thing that can rival its thousands of leaks and millions of rumors is the next iPhone. Some people stitched together catchy loops from the SNL commercial, other people prayed for Coachella, but…