Rare Daft Punk live stream to be shown today on Twitch

Daft Punk, the iconic electronic music duo, is returning today with a rare 1997 live set that will be available for streaming on the first anniversary of their split. This will be a special treat for fans of the group, as they have not performed together in over a decade.

The set, which was recorded at the Mayan Theater on December 17, 1997 in Los Angeles as part of the Daftendiretour tour, will be available to stream on the duo’s official Twitch channel here

The streaming of this live set is sure to be a nostalgically electrifying experience for fans of the group, who have been eagerly awaiting the return of Daft Punk. It will also provide a unique opportunity for those who may not have had the chance to see the group perform live in the past.

In addition to the streaming of the live set, Daft Punk will also be releasing a special anniversary edition of their 1997 album “Homework.” This edition will include previously unreleased tracks and remixes, as well as a remastered version of the original album, many of which have never been available for streaming.  The vinyl reissue will be on April 15th for ‘Homework’ and ‘Alive ’97.’ Some of the remixers include DJ Sneak, Todd Terry, Slam, Roger Sanchez and Masters at Work.  You can pre-order the vinyl records here.

Fans of Daft Punk will not want to miss this special event, which is sure to be a memorable tribute to the group and their enduring impact on the electronic music scene. So, fire up your laptop or open your phone today and get ready to relive the magic of Daft Punk’s 1997 live set.

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