Altered Natives

Altered Natives has been cooking up beats and productions for a number of years, releasing his first works through the Goya music affiliated People records and London broken beat institution COOPR8.

In 2006, Danny joined DeJa Vu Fm and started The Altered Natives Radio show, playing broken beat, house, hip hop and dubstep as well as exclusive productions from the man himself. In 2007 the Eye4Eye label was set up as an outlet for Altered Natives productions as well as other cutting edge artists and producers. The first two releases came from Altered Natives, with the following two releases coming from London based producer Surra. It was in 2008 that people really started taking note of Danny with his release "GOYA OWES ME MONEY EP" - a tongue in cheek reference to the now defunct Goya Distribution.

Soon after this came his bruk beat long player "1000 Days of Patience", which received support from the likes of Phil Asher, IG Culture, Afronaut, Domu, Flying Lotus, Zed Bias to name a few. The remainder of 2008 was spent in Danny's Norf Lungdon laboratory experimenting with some new productions, not to mention collaborating with a few people along the way. He emerged from the smoke filled corridors of his lair to deliver a fresh batch of productions released throughout 2009. This included his underground smash "Rass Out" on Fresh Minute Music label receiving support from all corners of the dance floor from house, to dub step, via UK funky and beyond, gaining support from DJ's such as Kode 9, Bok Bok, Martyn, Phil Asher, DJ Pioneer, Karizma, Laurent Garnier to name a few.