Listen To Daft Punk’s ‘Random Access Memories’ Now

"We worked on this record way too long."
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Courtesy Columbia Records

Courtesy Columbia Records

After months of savvy promotion and fan excitement, electronic luminaries Daft Punk have launched a live stream of their new full-length, Random Access Memories, via iTunes, today (May 13). The album is set to be officially released through Columbia Records next week (May 21).

While many major music releases are streamed ahead of the official release date, Daft Punk’s sudden launch of Random Access Memories came almost concurrently with an online leak of the record that rapidly spread across the Internet today.

While some listeners were eager to snap up the illegal leak, a few artists took to Twitter to denounce the downloaders, such as stalwart Chicago DJ/producer Tommie Sunshine.

 

With the album’s release date only a week away, Daft Punk spoke to BBC Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe on his popular radio show today (May 13) to discuss what it took to bring the concept for Random Access Memories into reality.

Read what Thomas Bangalter had to say at Radio.com

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