|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Native 2 / Twister||2||Audio||2006-10-09||Underground Lessons|
|3||Bayou Sauvage - Musique Traditionnelle Des Français De Louisiane||13||Audio||1976||Discovale|
Daniels first exposure to Electronic music was in the mid nineties whilst studying Graphic Design in Glasgow. Many Saturday nights were taken up at The Tunnel club, at their 'Triumph' night with resident DJs Steven Mcreery and Colin Tevendale. After a year or two he could resist the temptation no more and bought a pair of Technics from a local store. The rest, as they always seem to say, is history. By 2000, the Prog house scene in the city seemed to have all but disappeared. The only notable club to continue 'spreading the word' was the Arches, as the Tunnel had turned its attention to the ever popular R&B sound. Promoters were less and less willing to try out the new local talent. The way forward seemed to be production. Daniel realised the easiest way to get into production from scratch was with a PC and some software. 3 years (and a lot of hard work) later, several labels expressed interest in an E.P Daniel had produced called 'working titles'. This was the start for him and he had soon secured several signings with Tortoise Shell recordings, Climax, Innovate, and Underground Lessons. Daniels influences include artists from every musical genre and ranges from Pink Floyd, Syd Barrett, The Doors, to the Stone Roses and other Manc style bands of the time, up to modern downtempo groups such as Zero7, Air and of course the multitude of prog, tech and Deep house producers/DJs that are now on the scene. His style is largely Melodic and loves trying to create an atmosphere in his tracks.