Entertainment This live broadcast on YouTube confirms that Daft Punk was a great duo
A Daft Punk set found and released 25 years after its recording in a club near Avignon
© DAVID BLACK At the time, the two members of the group Daft Punk had not yet adopted their robot look ( illustration photo). An almost three-hour techno set that the duo Daft Punk performed in a club in the Gard, near Avignon, in November 1995, has just been found by the son of the owner of the nightclub. Recorded on two audio cassettes, it was uploaded to YouTube. It is believed to be the longest Daft Punk DJ set ever recorded in the 1990s.
This Monday, February 22,announced via a video entitled “Epilogue” his separation after 28 years of career. A news that moved the entire planet, as the Parisian duo, formed by and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, had become essential in pop culture. Tributes have followed one another on social networks, from Jean-Michel Jarre to . This announcement also allowed many Internet users to rediscover the group's discography, the four solo albums they released during these three decades but also the lives that made the popularity of the duo.
Daft Punk has always taken care of his appearances and the concerts that the duo have been able to perform, especially during the two tours Daftendirektour in 1997 and Alive 2007, prove it. A month before their separation, an Internet user shared on theplatform a rare recording of one of the duo's concerts during the Alive 2007 tour. Many videos already existed, coming from spectators present, but this one allows to see the two artists closer. The video was made on August 3, 2007 during the Lollapalooza Festival in Chicago. The images are those which were projected on the screens present at the edge of the stage and they are of excellent quality. The sound is also very close to the version that we could discover on disc. Note that a little surprise is also at the beginning of the video: just before the concert starts, we can hear the voice of Thomas Bangalter.
People are reminiscing about Daft Punk's historic 2006 Coachella performance after the EDM duo splits up .
The iconic dance duo has called it quits, 28 years after forming in Paris. Daft Punk's last album, "Random Access Memories," was released in 2013.Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo became known for wearing robot helmets in public and making some of history's most popular dance songs, including "Around the World," "One More Time," and "Get Lucky.