US industrial act Mindless Faith have completed an unofficial remix of Daft Punk’s “The Game Has Changed” – also known as the “TRON Legacy” Theme music. This unofficial remix was done with just the trailers released online and without having the individual tracks like for a real remix. The mix is nothing less but a jewel.
Mindless Faith formed in 1995 in New York and combines the work of Jasin (vocals) and Chris Sevanick (keyboards). Following months of rehearsals and various live performances, the two-team recorded their self-produced and independently released debut album “The Silence” which hit the record stores in 1996. In 1999, Paul Green (drums) became Faith’s third element, while Corey Appleby appeared as the added element for Faith’s live concerts.
So I guess there is a good chance you will meet with both aliens and Daft Punk in Sweden this winter
Disney’s ‘Tron Legacy’ inspired Room at the 21st Ice Hotel, Arctic Sweden. Designed and Built by Ben Rousseau and Ian Douglas – Jones
KCRW’s music director and “TRON: Legacy” music supervisor, Jason Bentley talks with director Joseph Kosinski about Daft Punk’s involvement with the film during pre-production. Visit kcrw.com/tron to listen to samples of the music.
Here is a music video from the up coming movie TRON LEGACY, featuring original music by Daft Punk and a cameo of them. There is also a cameo of Michael Sheen in this clip looking like some crazy cool David Bowie from the Tron world.
TRON: LEGACY hits U.S. theaters on Dec. 17, 2010 in Disney Digital 3D™ and IMAX® 3D.
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The full track from, The Game Has Changed, has been officially ‘leaked’.Previously heard in snippets in the Tron: Legacy trailer, this cool electronic piece can be heard in full below. The bad news is that the release of the complete soundtrack has been pushed back to December 7. It’s also emerged that Daft Punk will score the Tron: Legacy video game, reportedly with songs from the film soundtrack and more original material.
Not new but quite fun if you have not seen it before…
Check out the new Tron: Legacy trailer that was released last week to coincide with the movie’s appearance at Comic-Con
Keen on becoming a true Daft Punk fan, well than you definitely need a helmet
Harrison Krix – a self-proclaimed “27-year-old dork working in graphic design and living in Atlanta” – was up for the challenge, and after “17 months and countless hours,” his unique hi-tech headgear is finally complete.
The helmet is a replica of the one worn by the Punk’s Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, and you can see how it was made, in no less than 749 steps, in the video above. More details are available on Harrison’s blog.
Oh, and before you ask, no he’s not going to build you one. “THIS PROJECT WAS A ONE-OFF. I AM NOT TAKING ORDERS FOR DUPLICATES,” says Harrison, and with extreme capitalisation like that, you know he really means it.