A five-member Australian group based in Berlin, Parcels received a production (and writing) assist from Daft Punk on their latest Kitsuné Music single, "Overnight." The disco-infused track grooves along—with sunshine extending from all angles. It's...
Daft Punk Mood Candle
As mysterious as the French electronic music duo themselves, Daft Punk's unscented "Mood" candle is hand-poured in Los Angeles by "very nice people." Each candle is housed in a 30% recycled glass container, burns for a minimum of 100 hours and comes...
Limited Edition Gold Daft Punk Vinyl
Toilet Paper Magazine, Daft Punk and The Vinyl Factory have come together for a highly covetable collectible. Made in an edition of 1000, the French duo's 1995 tracks "Da Funk" and "Teachers" (both from the iconic Homework album) have been rerecorded...
The Chapin Sisters: Crying In The Rain
The Chapin Sisters' sweet crooning on the Everly Brothers' cover "Crying In The Rain" is the result, they tell T Magazine, of learning how to go from a doo-wop trio to a two-part harmony after their half-sister left the group to raise a family. The...
Florence + The Machine: Over The Love
GQ debuted Florence + The Machine's addition to the soundtrack for The Great Gatsby. Welch lends her signature vocals to a haunting ballad written from the perspective of the irresistible Daisy in "Over The Love," one of many songs that will undoubtedly...
Sound Advice 171: Handselecta
The World's Best Ever looked to graffiti-focused type designer Christian Acker for the latest installment of Sound Advice, the site's regular music offering created by a different person every week. Sound Advice 171: Handselecta features a harmoniously...
Daft Punk: Get Lucky (feat. Pharrell Williams)
Roll out the disco ball and cut loose with Daft Punk's eagerly-anticipated first single off their upcoming album Random Access Memories, set to release 21 May. "Get Lucky" combines the smooth sound of Pharrell Williams with the incomparable jazz-infused...
Sonny Terry: She's So Sweet
Step back to a simpler time when harmonicas and ragtime rhythms ruled American music with Sonny Terry's "She's So Sweet." Off the 1963 album Sonny Is King—a title the blind Piedmont blues musician definitely deserves after decades of incredible output...
Sound Advice 171: Handselecta The World's Best Ever looked to graffiti-focused type designer Christian Acker for the latest installment of Sound Advice, the site's regular music offering created by a different person every week. Sound Advice 171...