The Gaspar Noé film Daft Punk’s Thomas Bangalter contributed towards has a trailer.
The Argentinian director's previous work includes the controversial movies 'Love', 'Irreversible' and 'Enter The Void'; the latter two also featured music from Bangaltar. His latest premiered earlier this year at the world's top cinema festival, Cannes. Shortly after we reported that part of the soundtrack had come from one half of Daft Punk, the French dance deities who recently announced their first orchestral shows and are the subject of a new book.
Bangaltar has contributed a brand new track to the film, entitled 'Sangria'. According to reports, the plot centres on a group of dancers whose pre-rehearsal punch is spiked with an unknown hallucinogenic drug, with self-mutilation and group sex following soon after. All of which is set to house, techno and other electronic music genres, including Bangaltar's 'What To Do', the Daft Punk classic, 'Rollin' & Scratchin'', 'Windowlicker' by Aphex Twin and 'Utopia - Me Giorgio' from Giorgio Moroder. Take a look at the trailer below.
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