During a recent interview with alt.news 26:46, the student-run media organization at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, one of the percussionists involved in recording Daft Punk final album, Random Access Memories, spilled the beans on a hidden gem in the duo’s archives. Known mononymously as Quinn, the musician shared insights into collaborating with the legendary electronic music duo, reminiscing about contributing to tracks like “Give Life Back to Music,” “Instant Crush,” and “Touch.”
He revealed what it was like collaborating with the legendary electronic music duo. About halfway through his interview, he casually shared that he and guitarist Paul Jackson Jr. helped Daft Punk work on another album after they finished recording Random Access Memories in 2012.
Due to Daft Punk’s enigmatic nature and disbandment, they unsurprisingly have not publicly acknowledged the existence of the unreleased album. However, it’s worth noting that Quinn claimed that the robots permitted him to speak about it.
Check out the full interview with alt.news 26:46 below.
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