On of the most anticipated albums of 2013 is Random Access Memories by French duo Daft Punk, their first album of original music in eight years (not counting the soundtrack to Tron: Legacy).
On that album, they have collaborated with a number of artists, both old and new, including Giorgio Moroder, Nile Rodgers, Pharrell Williams, Panda Bear, Chili Gonzales, DJ Falcon, Todd Edwards and Paul Williams. Each of these artists have contributed to a series of short films about the making of the album and their work with Daft Punk.
Here, Williams talks about his career and his work on Random Access Memories.
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