David Isaac is one the best kept secrets on the west coast. His long blends of Deep Tech House with Techno and Breaks gives him a unique style that sets himself apart from most DJs. Coupled with his Emmy Award winning prowess as a sound effects designer applied to music production, David has all the makings of an up and coming talent in the world of electronic dance music.
After 10 years of having left DJing behind, in August 2010 David moved to San Francisco to give it another shot. It was there that he spent over a year as one of the world's first true resident DJs. While living inside the same building that housed Temple Nightclub, David quickly became a proven crowd pleaser best known for his perfectly woven opening and closing sets. One of which included a legendary closing performance after Cold Blank, that kept the club open until 4 AM. That is a feat normally only accomplished on Halloween and New Years Eve, nights which he has also played massive closing sets for hundreds of people.
In March 2011, he had the honor of playing at Mixology's 11th Annual WMC closing party at Nikki Beach Nightclub in South Beach, Miami. The two hour recording of that set remains one of his favorite, and is available for download. Since then, David has played several cities along the west coast including Seattle, San Francisco, Oakland, Sacramento, and Los Angeles. Some of his more noteworthy performances include The Rhythm Room at The Endup, LovEvolution at the Oakland Coliseum and a 1-2 AM set on the Fractal Nation stage burn night at the 2011 Burning Man festival in Black Rock City, Nevada. While living in San Francisco, he founded Sustain, a live webcast based out of Temple Nightclub, that continues to grow in popularity. Despite currently living in Los Angeles, David continues to run the show remotely.
He and long time friend DeeJay Tone have teamed up again for the first time in years, with a remix of Jaswho?'s Solar Future, and Cold Blank's ReDroid out now on Temple Music Group. David has also released a Dub Mentals remix on Jah Love Recordings, Dub Tarja Preta, and an EP of his own that came out in 2013 on Blue Orb Records, The Sky Is Falling. A Ron Carroll remix is currently in the works for Temple Music Group.
In 1999 and 2000, David held down residencies at Hollywood's Opium Den and LA's legendary and long running afterhours, Insomnia. During that time, he played with some very influential and prominent DJs, including Christopher Lawrence, Donald Glaude, DJ Dan, Mark Farina, Marques Wyatt, Mark Lewis, and Julius Papp. However, it was at this time he decided to leave his residencies to focus solely on sound design.
In 2000, at the age of 26, his success as a sound effects designer became evident when he won an Emmy for the television show ER, and began working on his first major motion picture in that same year. Today, David is near the top of his field and some of his credits include 300, Watchmen, and Man of Steel.