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French producer, DJ and Daft Punk member, Thomas Bangalter, has introduced a brand new solo album titled Mythologies.
Daft Punk is likely to be over, however former member Thomas Bangalter is in his solo period. The producer and DJ, 48, has introduced his forthcoming album, Mythologies, for an April 7 launch. The musician has additionally publicly revealed his face for the primary time.
Initially titled after the Angelin Preljocaj-choreographed ballet of the identical title, Mythologies “finds the co-founder of Daft Punk reinventing his strategy to composition,” in response to a press assertion. The 90-minute rating additionally “reveals scant regard for standard stylistic boundaries,” exhibiting “a love of Baroque music and traces of American minimalism.”
The ballet premiered on the Orchestre Nationwide Bordeaux Aquitaine in Boredeaux, France final summer season. Bangalter’s album contains 23 tracks that “embrace the historical past of orchestral ballet music” and was initially carried out alongside ten dancers. The announcement provides that during the last thirty years, the artist has “explored the world of expertise” and his music now explores “humankind.” A translated description for Mythologies shares that the LP “isn’t dance” however as an alternative “stigmatises our rituals, reveals the incongruity of our postures whether or not they’re social, non secular or pagan.”
Daft Punk concluded their three-decade profession as a duo in 2021, releasing last album Random Entry Recollections in 2013. The album featured two collaborations with Pharrell Williams, “Get Fortunate” and “Lose Your self to Dance,” the previous music successful File of the 12 months and Finest Pop Duo/Group Efficiency on the 2014 Grammy Awards. On the identical ceremony, Random Entry Recollections received Album of the 12 months, Finest Dance/Electronica Album and Finest Engineered Album, Non-Classical. The previous duo have since re-released a twenty fifth anniversary deluxe vinyl reissue of their 1997 debut Homework, adopted by the storyboards from their “Across the World,” “Contemporary” and “Burnin’” music movies.
Pre-order Mythologies right here.