Up all night for Daft Punky.

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Pharrell Williams hit the nail on its funky head when he mused that MDMA is not a necessary accompaniment to the experience of Daft Punk’s music.

Ft. Pharrell himself, the infectious new track delivers nostalgic synth over a modern, tweaky little beat, and it needs no recreational enhancement. Between Pharrell’s cheeky crooning, Nile Rodgers’ fruity riff and a self-indulgent but admittedly satisfying interlude of classic auto-tuning (a throwback to the Harder Better Faster Stronger era), one is left wondering where the hell the French duo have been.

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Their latest album RAM is set to take the spring chart’s pseudo-funk and kick it to the curb, giving the adolescent dance scene a tutorial from the real veterans in the alchemy of house/soul vocals and squidgy electronic synth. The Robots are back, and sweet mother of groove have we missed them.

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