Monday, March 14, 2016

Daft Punk Unchained (2015)'m biased. I love Daft Punk, so I am not really coming at this with a critical eye. In general, this may be the wrong blog if that's what your thing. 

Nonetheless, Daft Punk Unchained is a super entertaining documentary. I originally thought it was going to be some unauthorized-style garbage with shity versions of demos I don't want to hear. 

However, honestly, I wouldn't mind listening to Daft Punk remixes, and this documentary takes us on a journey through most of Daft Punk's dynamic history. Of course, the last couple of years are missing, but that is for obvious reasons.

Daft Punk's story is intriguing, their music is sensational, and delving into their craft is utterly inspirational. Always be inspired. 

Among Pharell, Daft Punk's crew, and many other appearances, Kayne is featured in the documentary. In fact, it is one of the most human appearances I have ever seen of Kanye, but Kayne is certainly not a reason to watch this documentary one way or the other. 

You watch this documentary, because it's one of those rare music documentaries that's worth owning. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Peace!