Todd Edwards’ back catalogue will be available on digital for the first time from May 7.
Over 140 of the American producer’s early works have been fully remastered for re-release by Defected Records.
Edwards’ announced the news via his social media, saying: “It’s been almost a decade since I got back the music catalogue that helped define my career.
“Now it’s ready for re-release, and I am very happy it will all be on Defected Records, the perfect label to share my music with old fans and a new audience.”
The catalogue will include ‘Saved My Life,’ one of Edwards’ best-known records, despite never being available on a streaming service.
Other highlights include ‘Dancing For Heaven,’ ‘Can’t You Believe’ and ‘Never Ever Far.’
Previously unreleased material will also be released as well as reissues of Edwards’ vinyl classics.
Originally influenced by house music, Edwards gained a significant following in the UK due to his pioneering work in the garage scene.
He later worked with Daft Punk on two of their albums, Discovery and Random Access Memories.
Edwards also released a brand new single on April 30 called ‘My Angel’ featuring Electric Enemy.
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