Fans of Daft Punk Can Rejoice For The Much Awaited Film About Their Origins
Daft Punk Will finally hit the big screen!
Long before the Daft Punk duo, Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo were robotic electronic music giants; they were young producers in France, spinning at house parties. Eden, a film about the French House scene in the 1990’s, that is partially inspired by the true tales of Daft Punk recently released their official trailer. The clip is unlike any other trailer as it documents the first time that Daft Punk’s major single “Da Funk” was heard by an audience. Written by Sven Hansen-Love who was in actuality one of the people who were present during that historic moment almost twenty years ago. Eden, will be officially released soon in America.
Ric Wilson, Chromeo & A-Trak Will Make You Boogie Down!
“Pay It No Mind” by Ric Wilson, Chromeo & A-Trak is a fresh jam that has spoken-word style rapping over a Disco/Funk-style beat. Definitely, it’s an invitation to have a good time on the dance floor!
Obviously, the whole infectious rhythm will make you boogie down in no time. One way or another, it also reminds me a bit of “Rapper’s Delight” by The Sugarhill Gang.
Above all, this single comes out with a humorous video directed by Robert Salazar, where Ric Wilson is portrayed as a model for an art class. In addition, as time passes he transforms the class into a mini-celebration.
On a side note, Wilson’s “Pay It No Mind,” is his first official release since last year’s “COCO BADASS,” and it was written and recorded during the middle of the pandemic while he was in California.
I must confess, I have become a new fan of his contemporary funky beats. Actually, I’m already eagerly looking forward to hearing more of his groovy melodies in the coming months… Well, who doesn’t?
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Let The Disco Ball Light Up Your Night, Cerrone Drops A Remix!
Prepare to be transported back to the golden age of Disco as Cerrone teams up with Mercer and Brendan Reilly for an electrifying new remix of “The Only One.” And let the disco ball light up your night while this powerhouse trio takes the dancefloor by storm!
Known for his funky beats and iconic sound, Cerrone has been at the forefront of the dance music scene for decades in his natal France, and abroad. From his early beginnings in the 70s to his current status as an international legend, the 70-year-old artist has been delivering hit after hit, and his latest remix is no exception.
So turn up the volume, put on your dancing shoes, and experience a whirlwind of excitement and energy.
It’s incredible to see how the colorful visuals, the bass, the drums, and the prominent guitar sounds come together in perfect harmony. Undoubtedly, the vibrant atmosphere will leave you feeling uplifted.
At the end of the day, that’s exactly the purpose of the music playing under a disco ball.
To sum up, this remix of “The Only One” is an unforgettable experience.
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Sam Smith’s Gayest Song Ever Is Here, Watch This Video!
Let’s celebrate Sam Smith‘s authenticity, and stand in support of the LGBTQ+ community. Watch immediately the music video for the gayest song ever, “I’m Not Here To Make Friends ” produced by Calvin Harris.
From the electrifying Disco beats to the catchy lyrics, “I’m Not Here To Make Friends” is the ultimate anthem for those who dare to be different and want to find a stable relationship. No doubt, Sam Smith’s soulful voice, and charismatic performance bring the message of this track to life.
Believe it or not, the eye-catching visuals have sparked controversy, however, the queer artist is standing up for the clip, pointing out the double standard in how sexually charged content made by women is often not met with the same level of criticism.
Despite facing hate on the Internet, the gayest song ever, “I’m Not Here To Make Friends,” is quickly gaining popularity. I’m sure the upbeat tempo and its inspiring verses will put a smile on your face during the rest of the day.
Undeniably, Sam Smith understands the freeing power of music creation. Personally, I admire how his art is challenging the beliefs of close-minded bigots. What do you think?…