Try not to dance when there’s a Daft Punk song playing. We dare ya. It’s not humanly possible. There’s an involuntarily reflex rooted deep within our DNA that makes us move, no matter how resolutely we resist. The futuristic French duo has a knack for getting bodies moving, but they’re too busy touring the globe, stopping by international hot spots, to even consider our dusty little desert town – at least in the near future.
When you live in a place without natural access to vital resources like water and Daft Punk, you learn to compensate. An intricate series of canals and pipes brings us our water, and local musicians bring us their version of Daft Punk. Join Pastries with Teeth, Vial of Sound, and Ben Linsenmeyer as they recreate that robotic robustness during One More Time: A Daft Punk Tribute.
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Sat., Dec. 29, 8:30 p.m., 2012