Behind the Music with Daft Punk Collaborator Todd Edwards

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New Jersey garage pioneer Todd Edwards moved to L.A. recently, and also just officially announced his work on Daft Punk’s highly anticipated Random Access Memories album, forthcoming on May 21. He recently talked to Vice’s Creator’s Project about working with house music’s favorite androids, but we thought you might want some more insight into why the Daft Punk dudes were so keen to have Todd on-board.

Below, we share with you a studio tour of Todd’s impressive analog set-up, where you’ll gain some insight into how he derived the highly cut-up and sampladelic sound that is his signature. Then watch a video interview from Scion’s Music(less) Conference, where Vivian Host (a.k.a. Star Eyes of Trouble & Bass) finds out more about Todd’s back story and what inspires him to create. To tie it all together, stream Todd’s infectious “I Might Be,” complete with remixes from Joy Orbison, MJ Cole and more!

STUDIO TOUR WITH TODD EDWARDS

INTERVIEW FROM THE SCION MUSIC(LESS) CONFERENCE

STREAM THE I MIGHT BE EP

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