Sunday Synth Jam: Reader Miguel Fernandes, aka starshipfive, shared this live cover of Daft Punk‘s Get Lucky. Fernandes says that he wasn’t trying to recreate the original, but to create an original arrangement that had more of an electronic feel.
Daft Punk Unchained, directed by Hervé Martin Delpierre, is new documentary that tells the story of the French electronic duo, Daft Punk (Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo).
The Toa Mata Band is known as the ‘World’s first LEGO robotic band’. It features Bionicle robots, controlled by an Arduino Uno, which is hooked up to a MIDI sequencer.
French electronics super duo Daft Punk are getting turned into action figures, one more time.
IntroducingLive is a band that takes on the challenge of performing classic ‘unplayable’ electronic albums live. They started by tackling DJ Shadow’s seminal Endtroducing. Here, they preview their live performances of Daft Punk.
LEGO is running a poll at their IDEAS site to see if there’s enough interest to justify making Daft Punk minifigures. The IDEAS site lets LEGO fans submit ideas for new products. If an idea gets 10,000 votes, the company will consider the idea for development as a new product.
We’re not sure how this happened, but….The Russian Police Choir covers Daft Punk’s Get Lucky.
Saturday Synth Porn: The Wersi Delta Digital DX500T Glas was a transparent Lucite organ, made in 1987 by Wersi Electronics. While this sexy beast may look like it belongs in the lair of Bond villain, it is a prototype that was used as a display model. There were only 2 examples in the United States.