EDM Lovers - End of an Era As Daft Punk Quits

French electronic music duo Daft Punk have called it quits after nearly 30 years.

Releasing a video titled “Epilogue” (an excerpt from their wordless 2006 film “Electroma”) to announce their retirement on Monday, the group’s longtime publicist confirms the split. No reason for the split was announced.

Formed in 1993, Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo have long hidden their identities behind robot helmets while performing. In their final, eight-minute farewell video, the duo wander the desert wearing their familiar robot helmets and leather jackets. One of the group removes his jacket to reveal an energy pack, which is pressed by the other member. The first member walks away and then explodes before the shot cuts to a sunset and Daft Punk’s “Touch” plays.


Gotta respect people who know to quit while ahead.

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Can someone please tell me why the French seem to be so good at EDM?

Unanifuatilia fadhela aje.

True dat. Sio David Guetta. Sio Dj Snake. But I think they are the pioneers and once you get ahold of a certain sector you are assured the upcoming generation will get better at it.

house music was born in France

and the Swedes are good at pop