On its wildly anticipated fourth studio album, “Random Access Memories,” helmeted duo Daft Punk go harder, better, faster, stronger than ever before.
The eight-year wait for new music paid off as Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter weave an intellectually seductive sonic landscape with a rewarding amount of catchy beats. It’s the first time Daft Punk leaves the computer at home, using only live instruments, a modular synthesizer and vintage vocoders, the latter of which are heavily employed.
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