Daft Punk & The Strokes’ Julian Casablancas made a video for “Instant Crush” (watch)

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Daft Punk just made a video for the Random Access Memories track “Instant Crush” which features Strokes frontman Julian Casablancas on lead vocals. He also appears in the video, and as does a replica of himself. Check it out below…

Daft Punk – Instant Crush ft. Julian Casablancas

Daft Punk: Wall Street Journal Award, Super Models, and Kids dressed as Daft Punk

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Daft Punk appear on the cover of this month’s Wall Street Journal Magazine alongside super model Gisele. The photograph was shot by Terry Richardson, who also had some fun snapping a photo of Daft Punk’s sons as stand-ins.

The actual Robots made a rare public appearance at the Wall Street Journal Magazine‘s annual Innovator Awards in New York City last night, where they were honored as this year’s Entertainment Innovator. The award was presented to them by “Get Lucky” collaborator Pharrell Williams.  See picture below.

Daft Punk at Innovator Awards:

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Daft Punk – Money and Fame in this Bullshit Game for Life

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A music video fan edit of the track ; “Human After All” is made using the footage from “Electroma”, which was originally intended to be used for Music Videos for the album “Human After All”.

The music video showcases the duo walking through the desert, while flashbacks of them driving a car is shown. One of them dies from a self-destruct, while the other picks up a piece of the other robot and looks at it.

“Human After All” is the third studio album by French duo Daft Punk, first released on March 14, 2005 internationally and a day later in the United States. With it, Daft Punk applies minimalism and rock music to their French house music style. It received mixed reviews noting its reported six-week creation, which is particularly short compared to previous albums Discovery and Homework.

This was made using Sony Vegas Pro 10, using the audio from lossless .wav files, and the footage from Daft Punk’s “Electroma”.

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