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.
The world is spinning, like a good record on the turntable. Great proof of that is realizing today that 20 years have passed since the release of the iconic single 'One More Time' by the French duo Daft Punk. The contribution that Daft Punk's discography, and in particular this single, has made to the entire electronic music industry is immeasurable.
It’s hard to deny the impact of Daft Punk on electronic music. The two incredible Frenchmen now have a career spanning over 20 years in electronic music, and it’s safe to say they’ve shook things up more than once. Back in January 1997 the group dropped their now seminal debut album Homework, which changed the game of house music forever and built the
Being considered one of the best electronic music records released and having cult status in the scene, Daft Punk - 'One More Time' was released on November 30th, 2019. Produced by the French duo that was formed in 1993 in Paris, the track was initially released as single but also included in the famous 'Discovery' album by the duo on February 26th, 2001 along with
Changing the game forever on account of their stunning live shows, including the Pyramid set-up, and mind-blowing productions, Daft Punk helped electro music verge into the mainstream in the late 90's, bringing their iconic French touch to the dance music industry. The duo rapidly gained legendary success thanks to hits like 'Around The World', but it was on this exact
Italian record label Casa Rossa has just unveiled a marvelous release from well-established talents Richard Grey and Steven Rod. The pair showed off their creativity and versatility with their official remakes of Daft Punk's classic 2000 hit "One More Time". Grey and Rod released their productions under three different electronic music sub-genres, including house, big room, and tribal. The house version