But for the most part he was busy with CBL, Thermostatic and the lesser known acts T.S.R..
In 2005 he decided to start a solo project when he happened to have a few tracks that didn’t quite fit the CBL sound space that Ultimae Records, who where releasing CBLs material at the time, wanted to release.
Sync24’s debut album “Source” was released in 2007 and was followed by Comfortable Void in 2012. The same year Daniel started the label “Leftfield Records” and released “Ambient Archive [1996-2002]”, a collection of old and unreleased tracks, some reaching as far back as his first solo project TiN.
Since 2014 Leftfield Records is the main digital label for CBL, Sync24 and T.S.R. The same year Sync24 released two singles. “Eadgyth”, inspired by a sound piece his 10 months old daughter did on a circuit bent Casio SK-1 and “Everything will be ok” featuring two more uptempo tracks.
Since 2017 Daniel works more or less full time in the studio and plans to release two albums, one ambient and one uptempo late 2018 or beginning of 2019.