David Ding is a New Zealand born Hard Dance Producer and DJ based in Auckland, New Zealand after 3 1/2 years in London. He currently manages New Zealands only 3 Hard Dance record labels; Ballistik Recordings (http://soundcloud.com/ballistikrecordings), Dubble Deeze Recordings and (Multi Genre) Meltdown Records (Hard House) and has releases on pretty much all of the top UK Hard Trance labels including Fevah, Impact, Electrik Shandy, Ballistik Recordings, Presence Hard Dance, Minefield Recordings, Extra Recordings, Transfixion Digital, Stereodays Recordings and kRave Records.
David has DJ’d alongside many of the industry greats including Paul Glazby, Alex Kidd, Kidd Khaos, Kutski, Paul Glazby, Steve Hill, BK, Andy Farley, Jody 6, Grady G, Captain Tinrib, Claudia Cazacu, Indecent Noise, Giuseppe Ottaviani and SQ (to name but a few) and since being back in New Zealand has played gigs all over the country including Hamilton, Wellington, Auckland, Tauranga, Queenstown, Christchurch, even headlining in Australia with Grady G.
David has established himself as a major player on the Global Hard Trance scene but has numerous Trance and Hard House releases to his name, even having airplay on BBC Radio 1 in the UK hosted by the number 1 Hard Dance DJ in the world, DJ Kutski.
Engineering and Music Production wise David is the head engineer for online Audio Production company www.dubbledeeze.com and specialises in remote collaborations having produced/mixed down/mastered tracks remotely with people from all over New Zealand and around the world. For more info or to book David for DJ/Engineering work you can email him at email@example.com or visit www.dubbledeeze.com
Hard Dance, Hard Trance, Hard House
Auckland, New Zealand
Fevah, Impact, Electrik Shandy, Ballistik Recordings, Presence Hard Dance, Minefield Recordings, Extra Recordings, Trancend Recordings, Transfixion Digital, Stereodays Recordings and kRave Records
When you’re not DJing you’re:
Grady-G, Ben Stevens, Adam M, Dave OI, RP, Ben Serum
519 Super-club – Auckland New Zealand
Words of wisdom:
Remember it’s supposed to be fun
Uplifting, triumphant and positive music all the way