Danny Marshall has always been involved with music on the cusp.
Beginning with playing the drums at age 16, he was captivated first by the raw metal output of the late 80s, and then by the psychedelic rock popular amongst the free-thinkers and outdoor party originators of England.
A move to the picturesque top of the South Island of New Zealand saw Danny attend one of the seminal dance parties in New Zealand history 'The Gathering', which turned him on to the new sounds from studio innovators all around the world. He began Djing psy-trance and soon landed a spot on Nelson's most popular dance-music station Fresh FM. Continually spinning quality sets on the airwaves led to Danny being phoned up frequently and asked to play at parties all around the region.
It was in 2001 that Danny helped found what would become one of the most popular and enduring outdoor parties in New Zealand 'Stardust'. While involved in the production and music of these parties for the first few years, Danny bought himself a PC and set about teaching himself music production. In 2006 his trance project Lectro Spektral Daze was conceived. From beginnings in minimal and experimental beats, he has now honed his engineering skills and is pumping out large, spacious, dancefloor pleasing music with a distinct edge.