20 Questions With Todd Edwards: Remixing Fatboy Slim, Working With Daft Punk & Quitting (Then Returning To) Music

But by 2007, Edwards was so burnt out on music that he’d quit the scene and taken a nine-to-five in customer service. It wouldn’t last. Six years years later, Edwards was at the Grammys, where he won an award for his work on Daft Punk’s 2013 LP Random Access Memories. In 2019, he scored a No. 1 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs with “You’re Sorry,” and while a 42-track compilation of his work was released earlier this year via Defected’s House Masters series, Edwards is confident his most prolific years are still to come.

That starts tomorrow, with the release of Edwards’ remix of the 1998 Fatboy Slim classic, “The Rockafeller

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