In their second episode of ‘The Collaborators’, American house and garage producer Todd Edwards takes the spotlight describing his work with Daft Punk on their new album Random Access Memories, and how their new LA-inspired vibe has influenced him to make the crossover from East Coast to West Coast.
“They were talking about how they wanted to pick up this West Coast vibe. First I didn’t really know what that meant, I’m from Jersey…going back to the time of Fleetwood Mac, The Doobie Brothers, The Eagles, so I was starting to get a vibe for that….I packed up my studio and drove a 14-foot truck across the country. I moved here because of those three weeks.” ~ Edwards.
Be sure to catch the first episode of ‘The Collaborators’ with synthesizer pioneer Giorgio Moroder here.