House and garage producer Todd Edwards, who co-produced and performed vocals on the tracks "Face to Face" and "Fragments of Time" on Daft Punk's most recent LP Random Access Memories, has shared an edit of Disclosure's "White Noise." The edit, which he has aptly titled "Nite Noise," was created by Edwards while on his way to perform with the famous U.K. duo.

Todd Edwards writes on the track's Soundcloud page, "I made this while traveling by train in the UK on my way to a warehouse party I was playing with Disclosure. It was a personal thank you to them for having me on their line up."

Warehouse party is certainly the appropriate setting for this track, bringing an infectious dance-y rhythm and garage sound that has made Todd Edwards one of the most sought-after remixers in dance music. In just 2014, Edwards has remixed pop-sensation (and Disclosure collaborator) Sam Smith, drum and bass producer Netsky, and U.K. electronic innovators Chase & Status.

Disclosure is still riding the wave of commercial success they've achieved since "Latch" became a hit in the pop-music world. After appearing at the world's biggest events and festivals since the release of their debut LP Settle, the group teamed up with fellow UK electronic act Rudimental and have sold out their own curated Wild Life Festival. On June 6 & 7, a variety of dance, hip-hop, and pop acts such as Nas, Sam Smith, Maya Jane Coles, Annie Mac, Wu-Tang Clan and many more will be performing at the Brighton City Airport in the U.K.. Head to the official Wild Life Festival website for more information, and check out the full lineup below.