In 2017 David's collaboration
"Strangers" with Markem, Yas Cepeda, and Ella Loponte has made waves via Tiesto's
AFTR:HRS, soundtracking Miami's WMC as one the top buzz tracks and remaining a
mainstay on the Beatport 100 and sets worldwide for months after release. Without
having to follow any fashion or trend, David's productions are always undeniably
As important as his studio work are his live gigs. From his residency at his second
home, Space Miami, to Summerland, Tomorrowland, and Summerburst festivals,
David's marathon sessions never disappoint. He has played parties for DJ megastars
Swedish House Mafia, Avicii, and Tiesto, and is the only Spanish DJ to perform at the
Playboy Mansion in Beverly Hills. He’s also a staple performer at the annual Winter
Music Conference in Miami, where in 2014 his Closeout Blowout show at world
renowned Nikki Beach featured a packed lineup including Max Vangeli, Feenixpawl,
and Norman Doray. Bringing his signature sound to the live arena, David Tort sets
are always packed with driving beats, powerful basslines, and destructive drops. On
the back of a busy 2015, in 2016 Tort reaffirmed his position as one of dance music's
most respected figures. Amidst constant club appearances around the world from
India to Brazil, Tort has made appearances at Sweden's Bravalla Festival, Aruba's
Love Festival and launched his label parties around the world with HoTL Miami,
Tampa, Barcelona, Amsterdam, and Cartagena.
DJ/Producer David Tort is one of the most influential Spanish artists in the global
electronic music scene. His success is the product of both his distinctive studio work
and his in-demand DJ sets all around the world. Both sides have made him a
household name in modern club culture.
David has been brewing his studio sound for over fifteen years cultivating a unique
and diverse musical personality understood both by clubbers and industry alike. His
discography includes remixes for Tiësto & Nelly Furtado, David Guetta, Bob Sinclar
and Gui Boratto, in addition to original productions like "Dizzy", “Raveline”, "Lost In
Acid", "Jack It Up", "One Look" or the cover of "Chase The Sun" with Norman Doray
which reached #2 on Beatport's main chart for three weeks in a row. In 2014 he
continued the pace, with original productions dropping on CR2, Size, ZeroThree, and
Spinnin including collaborations with Roland Clark, Nick Marsh, and Abel Ramos.
“Getting Heavy” with Abel Ramos has logged over three million views on YouTube
since release and reached #8 on the Beatport Progressive House chart.