They've been around the world, they're harder, better, faster and stronger, and they've played in the house of the guy who was the first to play them to the rock kids. They are Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, and they need no introduction. When your old man writes D.I.S.C.O. there's only one way to go, and through a fire of screeching 303 acid lines, they found their way home with nowhere left to travel. If you've been living under a rock or self-isolating in a lead-cladded panic room, the Daft Punks have bid adieu to one another, and this is our tribute to their legacy; Pete Carvell cranking up the energy for a thunderous rollin' and scratchin' ode to the two French boys who lived inside robots. To those who lost themselves to dance, we salute you.
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