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Of Course Daft Punk Has Collaborated With Jay Z on New Leaked Song Computerized

The Daft Punk robots have teamed up with Jay Z (known for his love of Samsung Galaxy phones -- or perhaps just cold, hard cash) for a newly-leaked single, Computerized. "Start macking on my BlackBerry, she got jealous I was tapping on my BlackBerry," J-Hova raps. Poor, shunned, Samsung. [Pitchfork via Pedestrian] Read More >>

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UK Vinyl Sales Get Lucky Thanks to Daft Punk and Bowie Successes

UK vinyl sales have got Harder Better Faster Stronger in 2013, doubling year-on-year as music fans' Digital Love wanes as they Give Life Back to Music through the waxy discs One More Time, thanks in part to the success of Daft Punk's Random Access Memories. Sorry. Read More >>

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Daft Punk's Patchy Pop Comeback Fuels Vinyl Revival

Amateur DJs wishing to drop Daft Punk album tracks in their wedding party set lists have boosted sales of vinyl at Amazon, with the online retailer selling the highest number of 12-inch records this year than at any point since its foundation in 1999. Read More >>

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Don't Get Daft Punk's New Album Without Also Getting the Helmet

After Halloween revelers desperately wanted to buy his impressively detailed Daft Punk helmet (Thomas Bangalter version) Mauricio Santoro realised he could probably make a few quid from his creation. So he got a small production line going and is now selling the helmets on Etsy for £340 until they run out, or until Columbia Records catches wind of it. Read More >>

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Start Your Day Right With a Daft Punk Laser Bubble Rave

Lasers, bubbles, edge-tracking, and Daft Punk are all pretty awesome in their own separate ways, but put together, they can put one one hell of a useless, random, but awesome show. Read More >>

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Stream Daft Punk's Random Access Memories Now, Free, on iTunes

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. Read More >>

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Floppy Drives Are Only Good for Playing Daft Punk Music Now

Can you remember the last time you used a floppy disk? I really don't. I'm assuming it was some time in primary school bringing a single Word document in for a computer class or something. Maybe I'm making that up. Whatever, it doesn't matter. Floppy drives don't matter anymore. Unless they're being used to make music. Read More >>

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I Want These Daft Punk Lego Minifigs More Than Their New Album

Daft Punk's next official album, Random Access Memories, drops in just over a couple of weeks, which might as well be an eternity for die hard fans. But while I'm as excited as anyone for the duo's next outing, I have to say I'm even more excited by these unofficial Daft Punk Lego minifigs. Read More >>

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Daft Punk's New Tune Has Smashed Records, But Is It Really That Good?

OK, so unless you've been living under a rock for a week, you should know that Daft Punk has a new track called 'Get Lucky' out for everyone and their mums to listen to. It seems that's exactly what's happened too, because it's absolutely smashed Spotify streaming records in both the UK and US. But, really, is it actually that good? Read More >>

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Daft Swanson: The Daft Punk SNL Mystery Clip Meets a Dancing Gif

Why is Ron Swanson so happy? Why can't he stop dancing? Oh you didin't hear: There's a new Daft Punk record on the way. Read More >>

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Tron's Derezzed Played On Floppy Drives Is a Retro Audiogasm

How do you make an incredibly cool piece of music even cooler? Play it back on ol' fashioned tech, that's how. It certainly works for this version of Derezzed. Read More >>

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This DIY Daft Punk Helmet Will Win Best Costume at any Halloween Party. Guaranteed.

Not satisfied with his previous work replicating the Daft Punk helmet worn Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, Harrison Krix went and made a replica of Thomas Bangalter's helmet from scratch, ending up with a finished product as amazing as the orignal. Read More >>

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