New Book To Document The Career Of Daft Punk

New Book To Document The Career Of Daft Punk

Posted on by Jamie Millard

New Book To Document The Career Of Daft Punk

Legendary electronic duo Daft Punk will be the subject of a career spanning biography written by music journalist Gabriel Szatan. After Daft will be the first book to cover the bands entire career, and is set to arrive in 2023.
 In a statement writer Szatan said the following: "Daft Punk sit in the pantheon of pop alongside Prince, Talking Heads, Kate Bush, Stevie Wonder, Kraftwerk, Missy Elliott, David Bowie 
or any visionary you'd care to name. Beyond making joyous records, there are countless compelling sub-narratives which flow in and out of their career… I'm excited to bring it all to light — as well as making the case for how, over 28 years, music really did sound better with them."
 Daft Punk officially broke up earlier this year after a 30 year career that produced four acclaimed full length records.
Legendary electronic duo Daft Punk will be the subject of a career spanning biography written by music journalist Gabriel Szatan. After Daft will be the first book to cover the bands entire career, and is set to arrive in 2023.
 In a statement writer Szatan said the following: "Daft Punk sit in the pantheon of pop alongside Prince, Talking Heads, Kate Bush, Stevie Wonder, Kraftwerk, Missy Elliott, David Bowie 
or any visionary you'd care to name. Beyond making joyous records, there are countless compelling sub-narratives which flow in and out of their career… I'm excited to bring it all to light — as well as making the case for how, over 28 years, music really did sound better with them."
 Daft Punk officially broke up earlier this year after a 30 year career that produced four acclaimed full length records.

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