Todd Edwards debuts on Defected with ‘You’re Sorry’
Defected Records releases a catchy and groovy House weapon from long-time producer Todd Edwards, ‘You’re Sorry’.
Defected is an unstoppable force in the House Music scene. After an incredible 2018, which confirmed what good was done in the previous year, the British label has kicked off the new year with a massive festival announcement, while, on the music side, is excited to announce Grammy Award winner Todd Edwards’ debut release on the label, with his latest track, “You’re Sorry“.
Edwards needs little introduction, a legendary stateside musician who inspired the sound of UKG, a pioneering producer and remixer with an impressive discography, and a long-term collaborator of Daft Punk.
“You’re Sorry” has the signature Edwards sound, with chopped-up vocal sampling, time and pitch shifts, and kick drums that combine to create a track with true groove. This release captures the spirit of 90s Garage while sounding fresh as ever for today’s dancefloors, made by a producer deserving of his nickname, Todd “The God” Edwards. Todd then teams up with Jay Robinson, under their Earsling guise, for a Dub that delivers that signature dancefloor garage vibe, with a 4/4 groove guaranteed to get you moving.
Being literally consumed by Sam Divine and Monki on the Defected Radio show, “You’re Sorry” is set to receive massive support all over the House Music scene. You can support it too by listening to it on every streaming or download platform.