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Daft Punk (music group)

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  • Listen: Mary J. Blige joins Disclosure for new version of 'F for You'

    Listen: Mary J. Blige joins Disclosure for new version of 'F for You'
    They're up for a Grammy Award on Sunday they almost certainly will lose to Daft Punk. But don't cry for the Lawrence brothers of England's Disclosure: Their new single features no less a guest star than Mary J. Blige. The R&B great put in a surprise...
  • Daft Punk: Inside the helmets

    Daft Punk: Inside the helmets
    To the pop cognoscenti, the French dance-music duo Daft Punk exists as an ideal, modern musicdom's most consistent, influential, enigmatic trailblazer, in addition to being crowned the major winner of the 2014 Grammy Awards by scoring record of the year...
  • Pharrell Williams, a 'Happy' and busy guy

    Pharrell Williams, a 'Happy' and busy guy
    Pharrell Williams looked wiped out. Late on a recent evening, the singer-rapper-producer was shuttling between two studios at a Melrose Avenue recording complex. In one he was working on music for this spring's "The Amazing Spider-Man 2," which he's...
  • He sees flashes of his 'Boyhood' screen at Sundance to rave reviews

    He sees flashes of his 'Boyhood' screen at Sundance to rave reviews
    PARK CITY, Utah — When Ellar Coltrane was growing up in Texas, his friends would razz him about a movie he claimed to be shooting with the director Richard Linklater. Over the years, they would ask Coltrane if it was ever coming out, and why he...
  • Grammy prediction: Who will win and who got shafted

    Grammy prediction: Who will win and who got shafted
    At the 56th annual Grammy Awards Jan. 26(7 p.m. on CBS) the Recording Academy again aims to reward "artistic excellence" in 82 categories. Below are foolhardy predictions on how the thousands of academy members will vote for some of the key awards, and...
  • Grammys 2014: Checking rock 'n' roll's vital signs

    Grammys 2014: Checking rock 'n' roll's vital signs
    Those looking for evidence that commercial rock 'n' roll music as we have known it — the kind featuring an electric guitarist — is in a coma need only examine a few recent incidents for proof. Most prominently, the major nominations for...
  • Grammys 2014: A conversation with executive producer Ken Ehrlich

    Grammys 2014: A conversation with executive producer Ken Ehrlich
    For more than three decades, the Grammys' longtime executive producer Ken Ehrlich has navigated a gamut of hurdles to pull off the annual telecast. A dizzying lineup of talent has been confirmed for Sunday's ceremony, including Paul McCartney, Beyonce,...
  • Sundance: In Richard Linklater's 12-year 'Boyhood,' a profile of a man

    Sundance: In Richard Linklater's 12-year 'Boyhood,' a profile of a man
    PARK CITY, Utah -- About three years into the filming of the ambitious fictional film project "Boyhood," the movie's then-11-year-old actress, Lorelei Linklater, went to her father, the movie's director Richard Linklater, with an impatient request. "Can...
  • Album review: 'Girl' shows Pharrell as better musician than wordsmith

    Album review: 'Girl' shows Pharrell as better musician than wordsmith
    As per its title, Pharrell Williams' first album in eight years is singularly focused on girls. No women or ladies appear through the 10 songs that make up the album, let alone any other men. (There is one queen, but she's from outer space.) Best...
  • Review: Pharrell Williams keeps it light with 'G I R L'

    Review: Pharrell Williams keeps it light with 'G I R L'
    Pharrell Williams has a knack for turning "not much" into a little slice of dance-floor joy. "Happy," the first single from his new album, "G I R L" (Columbia), came out in connection with an animated movie, "Despicable Me 2," and it doesn't pretend to be...
  • Review: Lady Antebellum at Allstate Arena

    Review: Lady Antebellum at Allstate Arena
    With Lady Antebellum's show at close-to-capacity Allstate Arena Wednesday night, you had a textbook example of various stops on the country career arc. The vocal trio of Dave Haywood, Charles Kelley and Hillary Scott are eight years into a successful...
  • Musical therapy

    Musical therapy
    In the 1950s classic "Roll Over Beethoven," Chuck Berry declares, "I got the rockin' pneumonia / I need a shot of rhythm and blues / I caught the rollin' arthritis / sitting down at a rhythm review." The day may never come when music can cure...