French electro house duo Daft Punk broke up

Urban legends and arguably the most popular electro disco / house duo Daft Punk has terminated its long-standing cooperation.

Daft Punk is a French electro house duo that originated in Paris in 1993 and that make up Tomas Bangalter i Guillaume Emmanuel. Their previous work is reflected in the loaf of indie band Darlin ‘, named after a Beach Boys song that was a favorite of the band at the time, the future Daft Punk and guitarist of indie pop candy called Phoenix, Laurent Brancowitz. Later the band would break up, Laurent would continue to form the band Phoenix with Thomas Mars in 1997, while the famous duo would release their first album and instant classic “Homework” that same year, which included songs like Around The World and Da Funk, while released their definitive release Discovery in 2001, one of the most prominent house releases and an album that changed the musical landscape, invented a new audio aesthetic, introduced disco into the 21st century and influenced the creation of two well-known internet genres Vaporwave and Future Funk.

It goes without saying that these two humans / robots are great contemporary artists and that the departure of this band will create a vacuum in the music industry, but it will certainly be filled by young authors whose musical sensibilities are developed by listening to Daft Punk.

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