It’s the end of the world — and the Robots feel fine.
Jay Z, Kanye West, Lady Gaga, and Green Day among the other acts with the lowest odds.
An exhaustive rundown of the biggest night for music via GIFs, videos, and wit.
To the delight of Sean Spicer, the French robots return for their first live performance in three years.
Featuring Daft Punk-inspired artwork, iconic instruments, and lots and lots of helmets.
Part retrospective, part store, the shop will open at Maxfield architectural space.
The Robots will perform alongside The Weeknd for their first live appearance since 2014.
A track-by-track breakdown that will take you around the world.
A self-described longtime fan, Spicer wondered why “Daft Funk” still wore helmets.
From Hipster Obama to the White House parties to, yes, Maliapalooza.
The Robots’ collaboration with The Weeknd, “Starboy”, reaches the top of the charts.
In support of the Beauty Behind the Madness follow-up.