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Coachella 2011 Announcement

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Coachella 2011 Announcement

Posted on 18 January 2011 by admin

It’s that time of the year, when we all click the refresh button on the Coachella page, anxiously waiting for the epic line-up to be posted. From fake flyers to ridiculous rumours, the 2011 line-up is officially up!

Here’s the original flyer for you purists…

And now, we wait for the official announcement of the Coachella party line-ups! Will it be another year of Anthem and Filter Magazine parties? Stay tuned for more info!

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Download the Coachella 2011 mini mix by Glitch, made exclusively for ClubSoda!

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Rare(ish) Daft Punk Remixes

Posted on 03 August 2008 by shaunt

When most think of Daft Punk’s original discography, only their three major studio albums come to mind. In 2006, they released Musique Vol. 1, which featured tracks never before released on their studio albums. Many of the tracks on this compilation capture the true essence of original Daft Punk tracks, and are quite representative of their musical tastes circa Homework album.

The tracks:

Originally released on the Chemical Bros’ Life is Sweet 12″ back in 1995, Daft Punk contributed their own remix of the title track to the record. This track has not been released on any Daft Punk official discography, and was omitted from the Musique Vol. 1 compilation.

  • Chemical Brothers – Life is Sweet (Daft Punk Remix)
  • British soul singer Gabrielle had her own track Forget About the World remixed by the parisian duo back in 1996. Interestingly enough, a sample of this remix was most recently used in the Alive 2007 live set (track 10) as a lead-up to Prime Time of your Life. Here is the original:

  • Gabrielle – Forget About the World (Daft Punk Don’t Forget About the World Remix)
  • In the late 1990s, German house/techno DJ Ian Pooley and Daft Punk took turns remixing each-others’ tracks. In 1998, Rock the Discoteque EP featured a Daft Punk remix of the Ian Pooley’s track Chord Memory. The track begins with the WDPK-esque voice introduction to the track, funky basslines, and house beats.

  • Ian Pooley – Chord Memory (Daft Punk Remix)
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