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Trump Looked Pretty Confused by a Marching Band Playing Daft Punk Hits

The president attended a parade celebrating Bastille Day in France.
Krystal Rodriguez

These Hip-Hop & House Classics Influenced Secondcity's Gorgeous Summery Sound

The Last Record: the Chicago-bred, UK-based producer and DJ added old favorites to his ever-expanding record collection.
Brit Julious
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This Company is Selling Daft Punk’s Roland TR-909 & It Could Be Yours

Thomas Bangalter’s Roland TR-909 is up for sale.
Britt Julious

Electronic Anthems from Turn-of-the-Century MTV We're Still Not Over

The years 1997 to 2003 were intergalactic AF.
Daniela Castro
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Daft Punk’s Thomas Bangalter Co-Produced Arcade Fire’s New Album

It’s not original music from the robots, but we’ll take it.
Krystal Rodriguez

Radiant Animation Shows How Giorgio Moroder Discovered The Synth

The video is a visual interpretation of Moroder's dialogue on Daft Punk’s "Random Access Memories."
Nathaniel Ainley
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Thomas Bangalter of Daft Punk Makes Rare Unmasked Appearance

You've got to see it to believe it.
Britt Julious
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Some Diehard Fan Made a Supercut of Songs Sampled by Daft Punk

Let this eight-and-a-half minute video inspire your next DJ tribute night or chores playlist.
THUMP Canada Staff
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The Weeknd and Daft Punk Channel 1950s Sci-Fi in Intergalactic "I Feel It Coming" Video

Stay until the end for the French duo's cameo.
THUMP Canada Staff
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Can Daft Punk Just Headline Coachella Already So We Can Stop with These Damn Rumors?

With Beyonce pulling out of her headlining spot, the rumor mill is in overdrive.
Krystal Rodriguez
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These Are the Most Expensive Dance Records Ever Sold on Discogs

Underground Resistance, Aphex Twin, and Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo's old band all feature.
Alexander Iadarola
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The Weeknd's Mysterious Producer Prince 85 Made Us a Mix of French Electro and Hip-Hop

The Parisian beatmaker cooks up 46 minutes of trap bruisers, 90s big beat, and sinister synth instrumentals.
Max Mertens