Tech & Science Daft Punk: When robots show emotions
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Anyone who took part on Daft Punk's "Alive" tour in 2007 knows what it's like to be a robot. The deafening sound in the Berlin Velodrome put the concert-goers in a dance dance from the first siren, the bass itself eliminated the skepticism of the indieboys, every half minute a new hit hit the crowd like a punch. Until all consisted only of rhythm and melody and were uniformly directed by the robot gods up there on their glowing LED pyramid.
You don't have to experience the Daft Punk phenomenon live to understand it. You can also listen to this experience on the live album, which artfully interweaves the hit melodies with the electronic harshness of a live performance in a single sound collage. Because: Daft Punk were never "in the face", cold or soulless, on the contrary. The robots feel. Guitar and electronic fans agreed long before the "Alive" tour.
Jose Mourinho says Tottenham must show their 'killer instinct'
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Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo (47) and Thomas Bangalter (46) entered the charts in the nineties with a mixture of feeling and technology. As early as 1995, at the tender age of 20, they were teaching machines to sing and celebrated their first successes with their single "Da Funk". The debut album "Homework" laid the foundation for French House in 1997 with singles such as "Around The World". The second albummarked the commercial breakthrough in 2001 with the "One More Time" earwig. With their catchy melodies they lured the mainstream to pull the stick out of its rump with the bass.
Despite robot helmets: Human After All
The mystification began with the extreme success: To this day, interviews with the two are absolutely in short supply, pictures are only from the past, from now on Daft Punk could only be seen in their robot helmets at concerts and red carpets. Instead: music. Her third album "Human After All" sounded delightfully with the title, rawer and more brutal than anything before and was a clear distinction to her hit album. Art projects such as the soundtrack for the film "Tron: Legacy" and a remix album followed. And then nothing for a long time. At least not from them. In the meantime, Kanye West (43) adorned his song "Stronger" with the sample from "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger", indicated LCD Soundsystem in their single as "Daft Punk Is Playing At My House" and in 2009 the French one Electro duo Justice had their heyday, the rumor persisted for a long time that the two were actually daft punk.
Green Day release new song "Here Comes The Shock"
In the past, the NHL used hockey games to introduce new music. Now they used this platform again for a song © Provided by www.rollingstone.de Green Day, October 2019 in Los Angeles NHL hockey games have already used the NHL in the past to introduce new music. Now they used this platform again for a song At previous hockey events, Green Day were the official band of the NHL and used the games to present new music.
Anyone who thought after 20 years of daft punk that the gentlemen had become unimaginative and lazy by now, was taught a lesson in 2013 with the fourth studio album "Random Access Memories". After eight years of radio silence they surrounded themselves with the legendary funk guitarist Nile Rodgers (68), the producer Giorgio Moroder (80), Strokes front man Julian Casablancas (42), jazz pianist Chilly Gonzales (48) and left Pharrell Williams ( 47) sing "Get Lucky" in the outrageously catchy disco funk number. There was never more feeling or a good mood: suddenly the robots wiggled their shoulders and clapped their hands. It rained enthusiastic reviews, awards, Grammy Awards and the certainty that the gentlemen are still on the cutting edge.
if you want. Which is apparently no longer the case. The legendary duo said goodbye to the musical scene with a video on Monday.shows scenes from her film "Electroma", in which one robot activates the other's self-destruct mechanism, whereupon the other one explodes. The second then wanders lonely and sadly through a salt desert, accompanied by the choir of her song "Touch": "If love is the answer you hold - hold on". Sniff, because of numb robots!
The union vote that could change Amazon forever .
Nearly 6,000 Amazon warehouse workers in Alabama are voting whether to unionize. This is the backstory.“Workers in Alabama — and all across America — are voting on whether to organize a union in their workplace,” he tweeted, along with an accompanying video. “It’s a vitally important choice — one that should be made without intimidation or threats by employers.