At the age of 13-14 Mark experimented producing music on an Amiga 500 computer using free software from an Amiga Magazine cover disk. He learned how to program basic beats and melodies. Moving onto a pc using Cubase and Magix Music Maker Mark learned the basics of using a sequencer and arranging tracks. He then sent demos to various labels in the UK. Nukleuz Records liked Hard Drive and released it on vinyl in 2001.