What's In The Box?! Steve Edwards

Today in The Box we look at Steve Edwards, a man whose voice you've heard in every dance club and festival around the world!

In the 90s, first hit the dance scene joining Charles Webster under his Presence pseudonym, on the song "Future Love". That would lead to his work with the Problem Kids and his demand for feature work from house DJ's. Edwards would get his hit first mainstream hit with Cassius' on "The Sound of Violence", as the song went number one on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart in 2002 and the Dennis De Laat mix was featured in the David Fincher film "The Social Network". He would follow that with "Falling Star", by Starchaser, but it was his collab with Axwell that would hit big with "Watch The Sunrise". The song reached #3 on the UK Dance Singles Chart and the BBC Radio 1 Dance Chart.

His 2000's success would hit it's apex when he wrote and sang on Bob Sinclar's "World, Hold On", as the song became a massive club hit and became one of the signature songs that led to the EDM classification that most dance music would be labeled with in the decade. Steve would continue to do feature work throughout the 2000's, releasing his own solo work in 2006 with "Thru The Night" and his continuing his collaborating with Bob Sinclar and Starchaser. Today, Edwards is the lead singer of Lords of Flatbush with Andy Nicholson from Arctic Monkeys.

At a time when various different unknown voices rocked clubs all over the world, Steve's songs were some of the biggest played during the boom of dance music.

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