Stephen Colbert talks about Daft Punk, among other things, on the Paul Mercurio Show: “Well, I’m beginning to see why they don’t do TV.”
Paul Williams, Nile Rodgers and Giorgio Moroder talk about their careers, music and working with Daft Punk. (via Daily Grindhouse)
Stephen Thrower writes a retrospective soundtracks and composers for horror movies spanning from Psycho to the present, and ends with a call for more innovation and “a neat draft of madness.” (via @AwesomeBMovies_)
A free sample of Daft Punk’s Tron soundtrack has been posted on MySpace, proving again that there remains an awesomeness to MySpace. Prepare yourself for electronica reminiscent of John Carpenter, suitable both for feverish typing as you try to crack the system and for robot dance parties.
Leiji Matsumoto’s Interstella 5555: The 5tory of the 5ecret 5tar 5y5tem is a near-feature-length animated silent film with a musical score that almost exactly corresponds to Discovery, an album by French band Daft Punk. This is obviously by intention; Daft Punk have a history of great, weird videos, […]