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Did I miss Greg Nickels’ announcement that this week is officially Daft Punk Week in Seattle , or something? Before the French electro-house robot-duo invade

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Tonight: Daft Punk’s Electroma at Capitol Hill Arts Center

From the imaginary minds of two French robots.

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Did I miss Greg Nickels’ announcement that this week is officially Daft Punk Week in Seattle, or something? Before the French electro-house robot-duo invade Seattle at their sold out WaMu Theater show three days from now, Daft Punk fans can get a taste of what’s to come: pure visual and aural delight, in the form of a 70-minute feature film. Tonight at 8pm, the Daft Punk-created visual masterpiece, Electroma, will be showing at the Capitol Hill Arts Center. It’s the story of two robots, on a quest through the Mojave Desert, to humanize themselves (the license plate on their car reads “H U M A N”). While there is no Daft Punk featured on the film (Curtis Mayfield and others set the musical mood), the vivid, slow-moving shots are telling, and you begin to relate to these two robot-outsiders, whose place in the world is insignificant to the greater scope of things. This is something that you should not miss, Daft Punk fan, or not!

Check out the trailer here.

 
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