There’s a new Daft Punk book out that charts the band’s history & success
Somebody’s done their homework. Actually, that’s Mr. Harris Rosen, who’s done his quite a lot of research on his latest topic of literary exploration. The author of several behind-the-scenes music books, including N.W.A: The Aftermath, The Real Eminem: Broke City Trash Rapper, and more has just penned a new Daft Punk book, titled The Real Daft Punk.
The book’s just landed on the shelves, giving “vital insight into how the duo achieved unparalleled success, without compromising artistic integrity or musical vision.”
The Real Daft Punk will include exclusive interviews in the age of Homework and in the period leading up the release of Discovery with Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, providing a reflection of the tidal ebbs and flows of dance music and a giving insight into one of the most exceptional musical brotherhoods in history.
Aside from providing a rich historical context on the robot duo, The Real Dat Punk will also feature over 80 original behind-the-scenes photos, including the likes of Derrick Carter and Underworld‘s Karl Hyde, as well as a complete Daft Punk discography.
Grab a copy here.