UK-based author Gabriel Szatan is set to release a new book covering the impressive career of French duo Daft Punk.
The book titled ‘After Daft’ will dive deep into the rise of three-decade career of Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter better known as Daft Punk. Alongside the finer details of Daft Punk‘s legendary career and influence on electronic dance music, the new book will also focus on the rise of modern music styles like blog house, hyperpop and “mash-up” DJ mixes.
Daft Punk‘s die-hard fans also rejoyce as they will gain exclusive access to artists and others who worked closely with Daft Punk from 1993 to 2021 as well as hear the stories about the duo’s slow removal from the spotlight after the success of their Random Access Memories and Get Lucky albums.
Earlier this year, Daft Punk announced their shocking split, solidifying a record-breaking 28-year-long run in dance music. But one half of the famous duo,Thomas Bangalter, is not done with music just yet. In 2022 he is set to embark on his first post-Daft Punk musical endeavor, a ballet score called Mythologies, which will run from July 1-10 at the Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux in Bordeaux, France.