Even the wallflowers will move their feet!
Eight years after the release of Human After All, the French electronic duo Daft Punk are back this summer with Random Access Memories, their fourth studio album. Released in May, Random Access Memories has proved to be worth the wait. While the record still holds true to the duo’s musical roots and style, the years in between releases has seemingly allowed them to produce a noticeably more mature, more accessible and perhaps most importantly, a more complete album. While tracks such as Lose Yourself to Dance, Touch and Get Lucky will receive most of the attention and air time, deeper cuts such as Giorgio by Moroder, Within and Instant Crush are (in my opinion) what make the album great.