Daft Punk is using the kickoff of this year's Coachella Music Festival to tease details about its upcoming album. Called "Random Access Memories," the fourth studio album from the French duo was previewed in a trailer played at the California music festival on Friday night. In the video (shown above), Daft Punk teases new music and gives a glimpse of some of the major names...
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There is an insane amount of hype surrounding Daft Punk at the moment. "Random Access Memories," which drops May 21, is the first album Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo have released in eight years. (No, the "Tron: Legacy" soundtrack doesn't count.)
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Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo — also known as Daft Punk — sure know how to maximize the hype around their forthcoming, already hotly-anticipated Random Access Memories. A few weeks ago on SNL, the minute-long snippet for "Get Lucky" — the only thing we've heard off of Memories so far — ... More »
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