F.O.O.L. like to define themselves as “orchestral electro,” a combination of epic chord progressions and gritty synthesizers. Their rendition of Daft Punk’s classic “Technologic” is covered in grime, mutating the original from a poppy French house production into something much more sinister. With a melodic electro breakdown, an eerie chorus, and a heavy dose of energy, F.O.O.L. has rejuvenated a track we didn’t think could possibly be improved. Grab this one for free via F.O.O.L.’s Soundcloud.
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