In the wake of huge success, ‘The Hardest Way To Make An Easy Living’ found The Streets’ Mike Skinner tackling the corrosive effects of fame.
Inspired by hip-hop and ‘the pressure of living in a modern city’, West End Girls kick-started one of the most successful careers in pop.
David Bowie’s first solo album in six years, ‘Black Tie White Noise’ lifted from both his past and present to start a new musical journey.
An exhilaratingly punishing look at our love/hate relationship with technology, Daft Punk’s ‘Human After All’ album remains a career high.
A cornerstone in dance music, ‘Discovery’ established Daft Punk’s trademark sound – and still sounds like nothing else on Earth.
St Germain, aka Ludovic Navarre, talks to Dig! about fashioning the remix album ‘Tourist: 20th Anniversary Travel Versions’.
As Daft Punk, French DJs Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel De Homem-Christo revolutionised dance music and created a legacy for the aged.
With clever samples, era-defining beats and a few guest collabs, the best Daft Punk songs are timeless retrofuturistic classics.
New Order’s unsung heroine, keyboardist/guitarist Gillian Gilbert has played a decisive role in ensuring the band’s longevity.
With their debut album, ‘Homework’, Daft Punk cemented their place in history, even while shaping what that history would become.
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