Daft Punk announced last month the end of their 28-year long journey via a tear-jerking video simply titled ‘Epilogue’. Behind the masks, Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo have left a legacy in the music industry that only very few have accomplished. The French duo amassed a fanbase that crossed generations, genres, and cultures with their boundary-pushing and innovative sound
Following yesterday's sad news that Daft Punk are set to call it quits, we've been looking back into the pantheons at the legacy of great productions crafted by the legendary duo. The French pairing, who started releasing in 1993, were famed for their albums such as 'Homework', 'Discovery', and later, 'Random Access Memories', winning multiple GRAMMY awards in the process.
Daft Punk are no ordinary duo. Viewed by many as an integral force in the impact of electronic music as a whole, the French pair helped catapult dance music into the spotlight during the 90s, bringing their trademark 'french touch' and even pioneering their own genre by merging elements of electro and house music to craft a unique and distinctive
Everyone in the world knows the name Daft Punk. It doesn't matter if you're a massive electronic music fan or not, it's just a name that everyone has at least heard of once in their lives. Inspiring some of the best producers around right now, the French duo consisting of Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter have left a mark on the music