A majestic 22 minute distillation of set to Daft Punk’s Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1989) soundtrack. Editor Patrick Collins sez: Tron: Legacy (2010)
I always thought the two film’s scores were very reminiscent of one another and I wanted to use that to give this recut a more updated feel while still maintaining some aspect of the pacing and staging of the original (very long) film and it’s big special effect scenes.
Full screen and headphones a must.
(H/T: Neil Curran)
A trawl through Daft Punk’s sampling history by Daftworld featuring tracks by ELO, Barry Manilow, Bill Withers, Sister Sledge and others alongside their Daft Punk recyclings.
A faithful replica of Daft Punk’s Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo’s helmet, hand-sculpted with custom PCB electronics, Wifi, MIDI, motion and audio interaction, and 250 RGB LEDs.
It took master builders Love Props a year to create but they’ve released full build instructions so you can make your own.
Prefer Thomas Bangalter’s LED lid?
Related: Helm’s Beep
Last seen getting lucky being bundled into the back of a taxi by a mysterious raven haired lady on the Grange Road, Dublin 14.
Barack Obama sings the hit of the summer.
Stay tuned for Clare Daly’s version of Blurred Lines.
Barack Knows You’re Beautiful
“We’re up all night to get the Luas.”
Previously: Your ‘Window Lady’ Tee Is Here
That song synched to a Curtis Mayfield dance sequence from US variety show Soul Train because yes, fine, that works.
A very passable overlaid cover indeed of the Daft Punk
hit du jour by British musician George Barnett.