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Daft Punk Remixes “Get Lucky”

posted by Oscar June 26, 2013

Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” is being covered left and right by all sorts of artists in all kinds of genres, but now it’s the songs creators who’ve reworked the hit track. This new version, made available for streaming by Spotify, is a lot more “electronic” and comes in at a whopping 10 minutes.

The French duo will have a vinyl release on July 16, which is available for pre-order now. Hear the “Get Lucky (Remix)” below. Continue Reading

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Daft Punk feat. Pharrell & Nile Rodgers – “Get Lucky”

posted by Oscar April 19, 2013

Daft Punk - Get Lucky

Daft Punk’s lead single from Random Access Memories, “Get Lucky, leaked thanks to Edmonton radio station SONiC 102.9. Concepts and fakes have been dropping since those first fifteen seconds of the song dropped on an SNL commercial, with people making due with whatever is available.

Now, the official version of the song has appeared on AudioMack and it links to iTunes; hear it below.

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Daft Punk Unveils Trailer at Coachella

posted by Oscar April 13, 2013

Daft Punk are possibly the coolest Electronic artists on Earth… Last night the French duo had a trailer for their forthcoming album, Random Access Memories, play during Coachella. “R.A.M.” may not be out until May 21 (via Columbia Records) but now we’ve got more news on it to fuel the excitement of its release. The trailer gave us an extended look at “Get Lucky,” which we previously only got 15-second snippets by way of SNL commercials, featuring Nile Rodgers providing that disco-tinged guitar and Pharrell on vocals; smooth and cool as a mothaf*cka.

As the visuals of Daft Punk and their guest features’ performance of a verse of “Get Lucky” turns into a silhouette, that then fades to the second part of the trailer in which the album’s guest appearances are listed with artists including Panda Bear of Animal Collective, The Strokes’ Julian Casablancas, DJ Falcon, Chilly Gonzales, Paul Williams, Giorgio Moroder, and Todd Edwards.