Thomas Bangalter will do the soundtrack for ‘DAAAAAALÍ!’

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The DJ is ready to continue exploring new and very crazy sounds.

On February 7, the new film by Quentin Dupieux call DAAAAAAY!and as expected it will have a soundtrack incredible, where the DJ member of daft Punk, Thomas Bangalterwill be in charge of composing the music and will be released through Ed Banger Records.

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DAAAAAAY! It will be the twelfth feature film Dupieux and it is assumed that biopic It is a surreal film where the protagonist will be played by different actors. With this, it is appropriate that Bangalter be the one who provides the sound film, since his work has demonstrated the ability to adapt to different rhythms and auras. Surely the new music will take us on an absurd journey into our unconscious, precisely like the painter through his works.

Let us remember that the musician has recently worked on the soundtrack of Chiropteraan opera made in collaboration with the artist J.R. and the choreographer Damien Jalet. In addition to his participation in Mythologiesan album that focuses on the history of orchestral ballet music.

So don’t miss this premiere in February and in the meantime enjoy the latest release of Thomas next to daft Punk; a track from the anniversary edition of Random Access Memories.


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