Few garage DJs are as pioneering and genre-defining as Todd Edwards. The US talent had a huge influence on the UK Garage scene that grew through British streets in the mid ‘90s.
We take a look at his defining moments below
Saved My Life: This 1994 cut from Edwards became a club hit in the UK, pioneering a fast-paced, garage-leaning house sound that - at the time - was relatively unknown in England. It’s certainly stood the test of time, just listen to those vocals
Remixes: St. Germain, Wildchild, Dimitri From Paris, Benjamin Diamond… Todd’s discography as a remixer is prolific. From disco-inspired styles to pumping four-to-the-floor classics, few can do vintage house as well as Todd
2014: Edwards picked up a GRAMMY Award in 2014 for Fragments Of Time, taken from Daft Punk’s album Random Access Memories. He provided vocals for the single - co-writing it also - and the LP went on to win Best Dance / Electronica Album as well as Album of the Year.