David Tort is one of the most relevant Spanish artists taking part of the global electronic scene, a fact proven by his over half a hundred released productions, among which hits like “Changes”, “7 Eleven, “Work It Out”, “Lost in Acid”, “Amazonia” and also remixes for David Guetta, Tïesto & Nelly Furtado, Bob Sinclar, Ultra Naté or even Spanish Pop Diva Marta Sánchez and the American Idol Blake Lewis. His music is included in the soundtrack of several MTV USA’s reality shows, some television channels and may also be found in compilations by Ministry of Sound, Azuli, Yoshitoshi, Defected, Cream and others.
He first entered a recording studio on 1990, experimenting with EMB and Acid House, but it was not until 1998 that he published his first works. On 2004 he founded Overbooking Studio with Dj Ruff. During the 90s, he was resident DJ in real cult clubs at Barcelona, among which starrs Pacha Sitges, the first Pacha there was. He has spent 6 years of his career offering us his sessions every summer at L’Atlantida, a legendary club by the Mediterranian sea shore which belongs to the Amnesia Ibiza group. His international DJ career started in 2003, and he’s been in dozens of countries, where he’s been acclaimed by the audience thanks to his savoir faire at the turntables, making people dance for over two decades at clubs like Avalon (Los Angeles, USA), Pacha NY, Space (Miami), WMC (Miami), Amnesia (Ibiza), Sun Dance Music Festival (Godskitchen, Canadá) amongst others. His exclusive personal style, straight to the dancefloor, has taken him to be the first (and so far, the last too) Spanish DJ to mix at the Playboy Mansion in Beverly Hills.
His work has been recognized by both the critics and the audience, Proof of this are the many Deejamags Awards nominations each year which has received several awards, Best Remixer of the Year Award with “Work It Out” and Best Resident Deejay with “L’Atlantida Sitges” amongst others. On 2008, after working with the most important dance music labels, David decided to work with Vendetta Records in the creation of his own label, “The Mansion Recordings”, a new project that also was granted a Deejaymags 2008 Best Label Award nomination. Tracks like his Remix for Gui Boratto “no Turning Back”, “When I became a Punk” with Dj Ruff, or “Venture” by Swanky Tunes have sweeped through the dancefloors all over the world. And there’s even more! We may follow his radio DJ proposal at his weekly radioshow “Rock Da House”, a including new releases and the jewels of his case. “Rock Da House” is broadcasted in Spain by Loca FM, 246Live (Canada), LaX (Colombia) and other countries as Canada, Germany, Austria, Estonia and Russia.