Daft Punk will bring their ur-disco funk to the GRAMMY stage in 2014 with their first live performance in over two years, and their first show supporting their GRAMMY-nominated album ‘Random Access Memories.’
As soon as they take the soldier mannequin out of the box and unveil the comely lass just across from him, you know where this is going.
This year’s track features appearances by Avicii, Bruno Mars, Capital Cities, Daft Punk, Miley Cyrus, Justin Timberlake, Lorde, Jay-Z, Taylor Swift, Macklemore, Imagine Dragons, and more.
The two robots dance with Pharrell and Nile Rodgers atop a small pyramid in a disco dome.
Last week, Colbert announced that Daft Punk could not appear as scheduled on his show, The Colbert Report, because of a contractual obligation with MTV. He then announced that the band would be performing at the VMAs. The thing was, it was supposed to be a secret.
Nile Rodgers Calls ‘Get Lucky’ The Most ‘Influential’ Song of His Career, Looks Ahead to Avicii & Adam Lambert Collab
Now that he’s co-written Daft Punk’s current smash, “Get Lucky,” Nile Rodgers is more in-demand than ever. Rodgers sat down with us yesterday to talk about the state of the music industry, and how his Daft Punk collaboration could be the most important track of his illustrious career.
Stephen Colbert reveals the French duo is making a surprise appearance at the VMAs. Don’t tell anybody.
While the presence of video cameras had many speculating that the duo was shooting a new music video, it’s been revealed that the images were part of a photo shoot for Vogue, with the images appearing in the August 2013 issue.
Welch is no stranger to cover songs, having reinterpreted Beyonce and Icona Pop among many other artists over the years.
How does a man, who turned 40 in April and has been in the business since the mid-’90s, stay relevant after all these years? His recent collaborators sound off.