Italo-disco icon Giorgio Moroder has a penchant for teaming up with tech giants. The super-producer makes an appearance on Daft Punk's latest LP, the long-awaited (and instantly listenable) Random Access Memories, and now he's shared a new collaboration with Google.
Moroder has teamed with Google Chrome Experiments to compose "Racer," the title track to a mobile game for smartphones and tablets. According to the game's website, players can line up their phones and tablets "to create a race track across up to five screens." And while they're squaring off against each other, users can listen to Moroder's thumping, multifaceted synth symphony, which will reportedly "adjust as [players] accelerate, crash, collide, or slide off the track." So it's sort of a learning computer, then, right?
Stream "Racer" below or download it for free here.
Also, check out SPIN's extensive Moroder/Daft Punk-related coverage:
Discovery: The Oral History of Daft Punk's First American Show
How Did Daft Punk Go From The Flop of 2005 to The Talk of 2013?
Techno Logic: Daft Punk's 19 Savviest Samples
Daft Punk Pals Dr. Luke, Nile Rodgers, and Giorgio Moroder Share Random Access Memories
Daft Punk's Random Access Memories: Our Impulsive Reviews