Daft Punk sign to Columbia

2013-01-27 by Smitty Werben Jager Manjensen | 42 Comments
Influential DJ duo, Daft Punk, have officially signed on to Columbia Records, a decision
that was confirmed by a source to The Hollywood Reporter - "It's a Done Deal"

Not including their score work for the 2010 picture Tron: Legacy, all of Daft Punk's
previous efforts were released by Virgin Records, and, once again, excluding Tron,
the last offering by French DJs was 2005's Human After All, which received a largely
mixed reception upon release.

This lengthy hiatus from proper studio work, however, is expected to conclude this year,
with the release of a brand new album, due to release sometime in spring.
No furthers details about the album have been made.

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/earshot/daft-punk-signs-columbia-records-415666

Tagged: Daft Punk

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Gwyn.
January 27th 2013
15562 Comments


That's weird, band image isn't showing.

EDIT: Nvm

But anyway, yay

Ire
January 27th 2013
41851 Comments


human after all was eh but yeah cool

YankeeDudel
January 27th 2013
9331 Comments


Dont get the hype with these guys really. One solid album and the others meh. Cool outfits though!

Digging: Jeff Bridges - Sleeping Tapes

bloc
January 27th 2013
35310 Comments


Duo hasn't been good in a while (althought the Tron soundtrack/remix album was fairly strong).

I see them getting worse.

CasinoColumbus
January 27th 2013
340 Comments


It's all about the outfits dude. Nobody cares about the music.

Gwyn.
January 27th 2013
15562 Comments


They only have 3 albums so one solid album is enough

plus so catchy

CasinoColumbus
January 27th 2013
340 Comments


Curious to see whether they're still able to write interesting music, because Tron didn't do it for me.

Gwyn.
January 27th 2013
15562 Comments


I thought it was one of the better scores of the year, but it wasn't really anything special, though Derezzed is fucking awesome while high

bloc
January 27th 2013
35310 Comments


It's all about the outfits dude. Nobody cares about the music.

True, I DO want their helmet.

CasinoColumbus
January 27th 2013
340 Comments


Yeah, aside from Derezzed I thought it was pretty boring. I don't really listen to soundtracks otherwise, so I don't know about other scores from that year.

YankeeDudel
January 27th 2013
9331 Comments


The Tron soundtrack was good for the movie, but on its own its pretty dull.

ReadyForTheHouse
January 27th 2013
53 Comments


Like The Strokes, they started well..

Brostep
Staff Reviewer
January 27th 2013
3707 Comments


Honestly excited for the new album.

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
January 27th 2013
51207 Comments


Better not suck

Digging: Hop Along - Painted Shut

TRMshadow
January 27th 2013
4982 Comments


This band has more compilation albums than Full-Lengths. This is a fact.

Digging: Motoi Sakuraba - Dark Souls Soundtrack

ButtsweatAndTears
January 27th 2013
340 Comments


"They only have 3 albums so one solid album is enough"
Not one solid album, one ridiculously good album...

Gwyn.
January 27th 2013
15562 Comments


Now that I think about it I never heard Discovery in full, just the singles and a few odd songs

I should probably get to listening completely

TMobotron
January 27th 2013
7194 Comments


Curious if everyone saying "one solid album" is talking about Discovery, because Homework is better. Both rule though, and Alive 2007 is fucking great too. It really utilized some stuff on Human After All which was disappointing by itself. New stuff from these guys is good news, but I'm just excited to see them active again because I wanna see these dudes live.

oltnabrick
January 27th 2013
32755 Comments


Better be a new album

Polyethylene
January 27th 2013
3235 Comments


Homework > Discovery yep yep yep

Even the totally flawed and monotonous Human After All is a heck of a lot of fun, hoping for another classic

Digging: Faith No More - Sol Invictus

ibringyoufire
January 27th 2013
378 Comments


HAA was enjoyable, albeit flawed. The soundtrack was alright, I guess. Hopefully the new album will pull them out of their slump.

Digging: Shit and Shine - 54 Synth?-?brass, 38 Metal guitar, 65 Cathedral

Acanthus
January 27th 2013
9556 Comments


If they tour again (closer to home) I'd really like to go see them, interested in how their style will evolve with the new album.

Digging: Avenged Sevenfold - Waking the Fallen

Spluger
January 27th 2013
1191 Comments


Pretty interested in this. Discovery is one of my favorite albums so I wonder where they're gunna go with this one.

nnnope
January 27th 2013
418 Comments


I have no idea what to expect

twlichty
January 27th 2013
3517 Comments


i think they're going to come back strong with this one, hopefully a tour will follow and daft punk
will rule the world once again

Digging: Sufjan Stevens - Carrie and Lowell

newjunk2
January 27th 2013
232 Comments


I would love to get to see Daft Punk if they decide to tour this year.

lancebramsay
January 28th 2013
1585 Comments


Even if the album sucks, we will probably get a tour out of this. I'm okay with that.

RangerTaffles
January 28th 2013
268 Comments


Please let it be something like Discovery

Polyethylene
January 28th 2013
3235 Comments


I anticipate some degree of wobble bass

VermicideReloadead
January 28th 2013
1433 Comments


Discovery rules hard bitches.

lauriej
January 28th 2013
1712 Comments


wow they must be whole different artists now

mast3rshake16
January 28th 2013
109 Comments


they are an insanely awesome live act (even if they are just playing recorded sets)

just listen to alive 2007... probably my favorite thing they have released

Eloriaz
January 28th 2013
756 Comments


I cross my fingers for one or two more timeless anthems like "Da Funk", "Around the World" or "One More Time". Either way, it's gonna be amazing I am sure =)
Daft Punk 2013! Yes yes yes.


Polyethylene
January 29th 2013
3235 Comments


Da Funk is unreal

Jash
January 29th 2013
4245 Comments


http://prettymuchamazing.com/news/daft-punk-new-album-spring

"UK’s The Guardian is backing up THR, being even more specific, claiming the album will be out in May."

Am I the only one who didn't know that they have been rumored to have recorded with Panda Bear?!??!

Polyethylene
January 29th 2013
3235 Comments


... holy shit. I knew Panda was a big fan but... holy shit.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
January 29th 2013
31869 Comments


That would be a terrible collaboration

Polyethylene
January 29th 2013
3235 Comments


No way it has awesome potential

nnnope
January 29th 2013
418 Comments


I'd be keen to hear it. That Pathu Du Prince/Panda Bear song rules

SanguineCream
March 24th 2013
600 Comments


Panda Bears or not I just want this duo back to form

Digging: Leftfield - Alternative Light Source

Cygnatti
March 24th 2013
24184 Comments


Homework sucks compared to Discovery.

Digging: Mo*Te - Life in a Peaceful New World

nnnope
March 24th 2013
418 Comments


nope



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