Daniel Stein, more commonly recognized by the moniker DJ Fresh, an English DJ and music producer notorious for creating dubstep as well as drum and bass music. Born on April 11th of 1977, DJ Fresh has been among the primary people in the drum and bass group which goes by “Bad Company” whose members are Michael Wojcicki (Vegas), Jason Maldini and Darren White (dBridge). Additionally, Stein operates and owns the Breakbeat Kaos music label with Adam F., which is known for making drum and bass popular.
Together with the 3 fellow members of Bad Company, Fresh created the music label BC Recordings, along with the web site Dogs On Acid. Bad Company are celebrated among the greatest drum and bass performances at any time, having made several music genre-defining songs. Certainly their most celebrated song is “The Nine”, introduced in ’98 when Fresh was only 21 years of age. “The Nine” was afterwards identified as the largest drum and bass record of all-time by the subscribers of “Knowledge Magazine”.
Restarting his solo profession in ’02, Fresh launched Breakbeat Punk. This label got with Adam F’s Kaos Records to turn into Breakbeat Kaos back in ’03.
In ’06, Fresh released his first studio album, Escape from Planet Monday, featuring “The Immortal”, “X Project”, “Nervous” and “All that Jazz” on Breakbeat Kaos.
In 2009 Fresh unveiled a 12″ of “Heavyweight” (along with Fantasia for the Flipside) by way of the Digital Soundboy music label. “Heavyweight” was a little bit different from DJ Fresh’s typical music, and got favorable evaluations and an all-round favorable via the subterranean landscape and inside of a variety of stations on the air. Fresh later launched “Hypercaine” making BBC Radio 1’s day time playlist.
On the August 1st of the year 2010, Fresh re-launched the tune “Gold Dust” showcasing singing from Ce’Cile. The track reached the #24 spot in Great Britain and #39 in Ireland. This was DJ Fresh’s 1st Top 40 hit in both the UK and Ireland. With momentum in his back pocket, Fresh launched his 2nd record called “Kryptonite” on August 16th of the same year. The record hit the UK Dance Charts at #4.
He afterward launched his follow up track named “Lassitude” alongside Sigma with singing by Koko. It hit the 98th spot on the UK Singles Chart along with the 11th on the on the United Kingdom Dance Charts.
On July 3rd of 2011 “Louder” was the 1st single from his 3rd record called Nextlevelism. The tune was adopted as an element of a Lucozade Lite marketing campaign in both Ireland and the United Kingdom. The tune offers singing from Welsh vocalist Sian Evans belonging to the group Kosheen and got to the 4 spot on the Irish Singles Chart. Moreover, this was the very first dubstep # 1 to make the UK Singles Chart.
On February 12th of 2012, the 2nd song “Hot Right Now”, showcasing British Albanian vocalist Rita Ora, grew to become his next # 1 in Great Britain, and was the 1st drum and bass tune to reach the top spot in Great Britain.
The 3rd single from the record entitled “The Power”, showcasing rapper Dizzee Rascal, was formally unveiled on June 3rd of 2012.
Pursuing the launch of his 4th track, “The Feeling”, featuring rap artist RaVaughn, on September 23rd of 2012, DJ Fresh unveiled his brand-new record Nextlevelism on October 1st of 2012. “Nextlevelism” comprises the hit songs “The Feeling”, “Gold Dust”, “The Power”, “Louder” and “Hot Right Now” and showcases artists Liam Bailey, The Fray, Ms Dynamite, Professor Green, Rizzle Kicks, Dizzee Rascal and Rita Ora.
Lately DJ Fresh has worked on his 4th studio record due for launch in 2014. The record’s first single, “Earthquake”, is a co-operation alongside Diplo and Dominique Young Unique. The tune premiered on August 18th of 2013 and hit #4 in the UK Singles Chart.