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Posts tagged “Daft punk”
Where is the one place on earth you wanna go but can’t get to? Except the Moon… of course. In my case that would be the triangular shaped heaven where the Daft Punk performs there acts. Let’s be completely honest with ourselves, this might be one of the most impressive setups on the globe. Then take it to the next level, picture thousands of people in front of you, screaming, jumping, shouting, being all happy on life or drugs…. Then you just press play on tape… BOOOM! Magic happens.
This is the first time in a video game that fans will have this kind of direct interaction with Daft Punk while also experiencing never-before-released mixes that feature some of their most popular tracks. It’s amazing working with Daft Punk as they are the quintessential electronic music act known around the world for their unique style and music.
Ok lets face it, Daft Punk is one of the best duo’s out there, DJ style and also sound wise. So first thing first, there are interviews out there touching a subject of touring next year, and there are also PR agents talking about studio hiering in Paris. We also have comfirmed info about a 24 track album for the moive Tron Legacy.
Second things last, as you can see on the above photo, from the upcomming game DJ Hero, it’s a Daft Punk hand, is this for real or is it a PR stunt. Will just have to wait and see, so in the mean time watch the Tron Legacy HD Trailer. And if you have time, rent or buy the Interstalla 5555 movie made by Daft Punk, or just watch it over at google.video.com
Enjoy this over Easter.
info from wikipedia
Daft Punk’s Electroma is a film by French duo Daft Punk. The plot revolves around the quest of two robots (the band members, played by Peter Hurteau and Michael Reich) to become human. The music featured in this film is not by Daft Punk. This is a first for the duo considering their previous film and home video releases, D.A.F.T. and Interstella 5555. While initially receiving mixed reviews, theatrical screenings of the film have since been well received.
This is not the artist that made the “Human after all” album art for Daft Punk, but Gianluca is inspired by that type of art. The 23 year old designer/illustrator has an astonishing portfolio, and has already made work for MTV, Nike and cartoon network. Fallone’s stance is simple ‘I love type and design, and particularly like when both are present’ – which is evident in almost all of his work.
Inspired by Japanese Animation and Anime comic books, witch triggered his design rollercoaster. Have a look of his artwork, and you will most defiantly see that all the illustrations are highly detailed and this is sort of Fallone’s trademark. Everything is beautiful crafted and well composed we hope to see more from this talented young artist!