James Murphy claims to be the first to play Daft Punk for the rock kids, but it was Todd Edwards who brought garage house to the robotic duo themselves. An acclaimed remixer with a notable sampling aesthetic that makes microscopic vocal samples irresistibly funky, Edwards is a major-label magic maker who also happens to count the most ubiquitous group in electronic music as massive fans. Edwards co-wrote and sang on the Daft Punk hit "Face To Face" as well as appearing on their recent Random Access Memories, but at Cameo his DJing should focus on the giddy house and two-step garage with which he made his name. GONSHER
Sat., Nov. 23, 11:59 p.m., 2013
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