A few days ago we brought you the news about MySpace interviewing Slam’s Stuart McMillan about Daft Punk’s debut album ‘Homework’, and not we turn the focus to their new album ‘Random Access Memories’. Australian electronic music website In The Mix wrote more of the more unique and in-depth reviews, using a DJ Sneak tweet […]
Stuart McMillan (Slam) on Daft Punk’s ‘Homework’: “So initially, the influences were probably more leaning towards the techno. But at the same time, house and techno sort of became synonymous with each other. You were getting Chicago guys banging out rhythmic tracks. They were big fans of DJ Sneak and Cajmere and all those guys as well. If you listen to Homework or you listen to a lot of the early Daft Punk records, they have a big Chicago house sense to them as well.”
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