Daft Punk signs with Columbia, new album possibly arriving this spring
The former is reporting that the legendary duo have now signed with Columbia Records, whilst the Frech newspaper is claiming the follow-up to 2005's Human After All will be hitting stores at some point this Spring.
Whilst we wouldn't suggest geting too excited about the news quite yet, once the rumour mill starts throwing out news story after news story (like it has for Daft Punk over the past few months), something generally comes out of it.
Daft Punk made their first public appearance since the release of their number one album, Random Access Memories at yesterday's Monaco Grand Prix. [read more]
An unreleased track from Daft Punk hit the internet last night, and not only does it features the duo's unmistakable synth-based voices (I love you too, vocoder), but the legendary Jay Z too. [read more]
The box set will include, among other things, a 56-page hardcover book, “full body Robot design schematic posters”, film strips from the 'Lose Yourself To Dance' video, gold and silver-plated USB drives, a two-disc vinyl set, and a bonus 10″ featuring the extended “Giorgio by Moroder” interview. [read more]
It appears as if Kanye West's latest track, 'Black Skinhead', was composed by Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, aka Daft Punk. [read more]