Substance-fuelled partying, endless women and a slew of smash records are music hotshot Adam Fairhead’s lifeblood. But when an avoidable accident occurs under his drug-addled watch, he is forced to re-evaluate the life he has created. Increasingly disillusioned with what once seemed so pulsatingly cool, Adam begins to question everything.
'A sharp-eyed look into the global 21st-century music industry from someone who not only lived it, but actively managed the madness. In a land where the car reigns supreme, TheEdge never forgets the hidden wilds of Los Angeles.'
– Ryan Gattis, author of All Involved
'The realest human I met in the music industry, because he never sugar coats nothing, he just speaks truth.'
‘Jamie Collinson’s gimlet eye is keen and unrelenting. The Edge is a scathing portrait of the music industry, and a love letter to Los Angeles – but most of all it's a meditation on growing up and letting go. Modern and mordant.’