" Despite the fact that the parents did not support his musical ambitions, his two younger sisters have always been for him. "I think they thought I was crazy when I was 12 I spent a whole day sitting at the computer trying to make music Old school programs. " When Dan grew up and became a fan of The Doors, The Cure and The Pixies, he tried to create their own group. In 1991 he appealed to the hardcore, which led to his acquaintance with the underground electronic music. Dan got a job at pirate radio station such as Fresh FM.
He met with MC Moose, who helped him release an album on Picasso in 1997. The first tracks Fresha "were made in an old school program on a computer Amiga, connected to an external sampler, which I spent all its student scholarship, "he recalls with a laugh. MC Moose poznkomil Fresh'a with Vegas'om (Michael Wojcicki) with whom they have a track Otto's Way (released via Metro, his father played the Drum and Bass scene Goldie and Grooverider). Working under the pseudonym of Absolute Zero, Fresh wrote Colours in Noise for Renegade Hardware, and then met with Maldini (Jason Maldini) and D-Bridge (Darren White) with whom he recorded The Code, published on Hardware Records and became the number one Drum and Bass Radio 1 chart. Fresh, Maldini, D-Bridge and Vegas together in Bad Company UK in 1998. The first release of their record label Bad Company Recordings – The Nine – in 2003 he was named as the best Drum and Bass release of all time (track Fresh'a Planet Dust finished third in the top list Drum & Bass Arena). The Pulse, which was published on Prototype finally secured the high status of Bad Company.
This was followed by releases on Virus, DSCI4, Ram, React and Formation. In 2002, the album BC – Shot Down On Safari was released in North America via Diselboy'ya Human as a double CD. In 2003, Fresh and another Drum and Bass superstar Adam F joined forces to create a label Breakbeat Kaos, who later became home to artists such as Pendulum and Baron, who from afar via a few top singles and launched a series of CD-compilations Junglesound. Single Fresh'a Mo 'Fire is not upheld attention and mainstream scene: Track up to 21 th place in the National UK charts. In 2003, Adam F and Fresh worked with Pet Shop Boys on their hit single, Miracles, and a year later worked with several New York hip-hop and rnb teams. Fresh is co-produced more than half the tracks on the album Grooverider'a, published by Sony Records. Fresh now lives in Maidenhead, between London and Bristol. He recently completed North American tour in eight cities in support of his album Bass Invaderz, where he performed with Dieselboy and MC Messinian.