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Daft Punk Pizza?

Friday, May 10, 2013

Released today by Funny or Die, GARY RICHARDS—also known as Los Angeles producer and DJ DESTRUCTO and the founder of HARD EVENTS, the world-renowned event and festival producer recognized for landmark festivals such as HARD SUMMER, HARD Day of the Dead and the three-day electronic music cruise Holy Ship!!!—guest stars in a hilarious video spoofing Daft Punk’s “The Collaborators” video series celebrating their highly anticipated album “Random Access Memories.” In the video, RICHARDS plays a disgruntled pizza place manager, who fires his pizza boy after falling for yet another Daft “Punk” by believing he has collaborated with the French duo on the most epic pizza concoction. Here is the link to the video:

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GARY RICHARDS may not be flipping pies anymore, but he is set to storm the festival season this year with the release of his forthcoming HIGHER EP. Out June 10 on Boysnoize Records, the HIGHER EP features two new, unreleased tracks—“Higher” and “2112,” both co-produced with U-Tern—along with remixes of the title track from French house producer Brodinski and Australian house/electro producer Tommy Trash.


In support of the HIGHER EP, DESTRUCTO will launch his North American “Higher” Summer Tour, where he will headline a select number of clubs and venues across the U.S. and Canada. In addition to his solo headlining dates, DESTRUCTO will also perform at some of this year’s most anticipated music festivals, including Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas, Electric Daisy Carnival Chicago, Paradiso Festival in Seattle, Kanrocksas inKansas City, Toronto’s Digital Dreams Music Festival and Camp Bisco in New York. Additionally,DESTRUCTO will perform at several international venues and festivals, including two shows in Paris, France with a set at the legendary Paris Social Club, and the inaugural Electric Daisy Carnival London. DESTRUCTO then heads to Denver for the launch of Hard Red Rocks at the renowned Red Rocks Amphitheatre before making his hometown return with a performance at this year’s HARD SUMMER festival in downtown Los Angeles.  

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