At a Bastille Day event on Friday, the French army marching band did something unusual and amazing: they played electronic music. And not just any electronic music, either. The horns and drums and woodwinds performed a stunning medley of Daft Punk’s greatest hits. Donald Trump apparently did not enjoy it.
A choir of Interior Ministry officers just released their rendition of Daft Punk's "Get Lucky," apparently ahead of their big November 10 concert at the Kremlin. There's fake smoke, dramatic lighting, crooning Soviet-looking dudes and a hilarious choir conductor—a 21st century Mr. Trololo.
Remember Daft Punk? The robots that pwned the music charts a few months ago with their more-poppy-than-usual new album? Thanks to Nicolas Jaar and Dave Harrington—collectively known as DARKSIDE—you can discover Random Access Memories all over again.
Every quarter-aged hipster wants to be a DJ at one point or another. The only problem is that DJing is actually a really expensive hobby, if you do it right. (And by right, I mean legally.) It used to be that you needed turntables, a mixer, an audio interface, crates of records, a controller and at least one…