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TWO NEW DAFT PUNK x TRS-80 SONGS // COLLABOS!

TiltAdmin on November 18, 2011 - 7:32 am in Uncategorized


NOW FOR A TILTmag.com exclusive! My new favorite group from L.A. has dropped a HUGE Bombshell on US! TRS-80 has teamed up with Dance Music’s BEST, DAFT PUNK! Finally some new new shit to keep us goin! These tunes are PRIME! Check out these incredible new releases and get this limited edition BLUE VINYL while you can! Click HERE to order!

Daft Punk, TRS-80, Ariel Pink – Sky Sailor (Float Away) by TILTmag
Daft Punk, TRS-80 & Ariel Pink – Sky Sailor (Float Away) <-alt DL

Daft Punk & TRS-80 – End Of Line

The whole new Sky Sailor EP is flawless and crispy all while giving you a since of retro Moog’s and 70’s synths mashed with space age beats. This is one album you can not miss out on!

2011 has been busy year for TRS-80 with the release of Horizons, their first full length album release in five years, and the Sky Sailor EP just out on November 15 that includes collaborations with Daft Punk and Ariel Pink. Tour dates will be coming in early 2012, visit their website TRS80.com for the latest updates.

Cheers!
Mike Woodward

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  • November 19, 2011

    Yes. TRS-80 rules. 1998-2003 – very, very nicebeatifulandother, but The New you and Sky sailor too very very cool.

    Anonymous
  • November 19, 2011

    Love it. Wish it was just a bit heavier (although it’s pretty heavy).

  • November 20, 2011

    So these are just remixes of Daft Punk tunes? 🙂

  • November 20, 2011

    ^^^^ Agree, early TRS-80 is the shit but the last several releases leave me cold. Too soft.

    M-I-X
  • November 21, 2011

    TRS-80’s last three records are their best, Sky Sailor EP included. They just get better and better.

    Henrik
  • November 21, 2011

    TRS-80’s remix of “End of Line” by Daft Punk has received over 1,600 “favorites” and counting on The Hype Machine, obviously people are diggin’ this release BIG TIME!

    Carey
  • November 21, 2011

    Just to be clear, TRS-80 are from Chicago.

  • November 21, 2011

    to m-i-x
    Excuse for bad English, but TRS-80 before change of structure of group in 2003 were much more mad and are interesting, there was a lot of a black humour. Now prevails academic and an uninteresting sound.

    Anonymous
  • November 30, 2011

    ^^^ I agree 🙂

    M-I-X