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Producer Will Producer Will | 21:00 UK time, Friday, 5 August 2011

Daft Punk - Discovery

 

A new track from Daft Punk – one of the acts most speculated about on blogs – is coming out next month it emerged this week, as part of Scottish label Soma Records’ 20th Anniversary Compilation CD.

The track is called Drive, and was discovered in a pile of 17-year old DATs at the label’s offices – it was meant to be part of their first release with them but was replaced by Da Funk – the track which began dance fans love affair with the two Frenchmen.

Staying on a European flex, The Recommender comes on and tells us about why Scandinavian music is so good – amongst some other gems – as does the editor of Drowned in Sound.

Tracklist:

Daft Punk – Da Funk

#DigitalDigest
* Jay-Z’s website – Life and Times – have turned Hello! with an ‘at home with the Eavis’ interview’.
* The latest set of Radiohead remixes are up – this time courtesy of Lone, Four Tet and Pearson Sound. Have a listen at Radiohead.com.
* The Quietus have been very excited about their stage at Field Day this weekend – have a look at their preview and accompanying Spotify list.
* Best Coast posted a brand new track, How They Want Me To Be, this week on Soundcloud.

#NowPlaying
Muse - Starlight

#NowViewing
* The Foo Fighters played a number of garages throughout April, creating some pretty unique memories for a few lucky people, and an accompanying 40-minute Garage Tour documentary now up on YouTube.
* Wayne Coyne continues to baffle. His latest stunt – marrying a couple on stage in Canada with the bride and groom both dressed up as characters from the Wizard of Oz. See it to believe it on YouTube.
* Pitchfork TV have the exclusive stream of the new video from American chillwave artist, Toro y Moi.
* DFA’s Holy Ghost! have a pretty cool new video up now on Vimeo by animator Michael McDonald for track Some Children.
* And the Mahogany Blog have a session from Lounge on the Farm up with Jamie Woon. Mark from the site has written a post about it where you can also watch Woon perform new track Blue Truthtake a look.

#Blogged – Drowned in Sound
Low – Try to Sleep
Crosses - This is a Trick
New Look - The Ballad

Ultimate Daft Punk Playlist Part 1 – contributions from Facebook, Twitter, E-Mail, Spotify, and the Daft Club, Erol Alkan and Drowned in Sound forums.
Daft Punk – 909
Together – Together
Justice – D.A.N.C.E
Edwin Birdsong – Cola Bottle Baby
Simian Mobile Disco – It’s the Beat

Air - Sexy Boy

#DigitalDigest
* There’s been speculation online all week about Arctic Monkeys after reports have suggested the group are about to become the subject of a major bidding war as the band’s deal with Domino runs out at the end of current album Suck It and See.
* Jamie xx has announced that he’ll be collaborating with film maker Quayola on a brand new audio-visual project to be premiered next week. More info at FACT magazine’s site.
* Canadian rapper Drake has again grabbed headlines after Stevie Wonder joined him on stage at the OVO Festival. You can watch the collaboration on YouTube and it’s also been confirmed that Stevie will appear on Drake’s next album.
* This week sitting on the top of Hype Machine’s buzz chart is Neon Indian – head over to Hypem and hear what all the fuss is about.

#NowStreaming
Benjamin Francis Leftwich – Atlas Hands (Mike Skinner Remix)

#Blogged – The Recommender
Grenades for the Wall – Fight Your Battles with Me
Loose Talk Costs Lives - Hemlock
Ms Mr – Time of My Life

#NowPlaying

Guns N' Roses - Sweet Child of Mine

 
Ultimate Daft Punk Playlist Part 2 – contributions from Facebook, Twitter, E-Mail and Text

Stardust - Music Sounds Better With You

Friendly Fires - Blue Cassette  

Stereolab - French Disco
Kraftwerk - The Robots

Scott Grooves - Mothership Reconnection (Daft Punk edit)

Kanye West - Stronger

Daft Punk - Derezzed

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