It's been a year since Daft Punk announced they were breaking up, but they've announced that they're celebrating the 25th anniversary of their seminal debut album Homework by releasing an anniversary edition, featuring a whole host of remixes.
The pair marked the announcement with a one-time-only stream of a show they played at The Mayan, a Los Angeles nightclub. The pair played the show around the time of the release of Homework, and it is a rare performance where the pair appeared without their helmets. Unfortunately, it doesn't look like there are any plans for the show to air again.
The 25th anniversary edition of Homework features a range of remixes, with the likes of DJ Sneak, Ian Pooley, I:Cube and more reworking tracks from the album. The anniversary edition is set to be available on vinyl and on streaming services, while they're also reissuing Alive '97 on vinyl.
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You can take a look at the items available for pre-order here, with Homework (25th Anniversary Edition) out on April 15th. Daft Punk's influence can be heard in music, even today, and it's a great chance to grab a couple of pieces of music history on vinyl.