Born and raised in Paris, David Gluck first came to electronic music at age 16. After a couple of years attending nearly every house party and rave in the area, David buys his first records and turntables. Meanwhile, he and his friends had started organising their own events and were facing quite some success with their small-scale events. Pretty soon, his first label, Spasm records, comes to life, as an extension of the multidisciplinary Spasm project.
In 1999 David chooses to join forces with his friend Cabanne when he joins Logistic Records in order to create the sublabel Telegraph.
1999 is also the date of birth of the UltraKurt project created along with Cabanne, which will spawn a first release on Telegraph two years later, followed by a few others on Telegraph, Logistic, Perlon, Foundsound and finally Minibar.
During these years, David also releases as Spasm on Telegraph’s “Post Office” compilations.
In the fall of 2003, Gluck decides to move to Berlin. The following summer he joins the resident Dj team at the Club Der Visionaere and is put in charge of the clubs program. Alongside David produces only little music during his Berlin stay, except for a Robert Hood remix along with Cabanne (as UltraKurt) for Logistic Records, a few remixes and a track for Minibar’s first own label Compilation “Milkshake”.
In 2008 David chooses to move to the Netherlands and progressively starts to produce music on his own again.
Nowadays, David participates to multiple projects along with visual artist Denise Pakes (aka Eyekino) for Motel Mozaïque, Lumia or as the group ‘Gazon’ for the dutch Antilounge project.
The first few days of 2011 also came with their bag of good news as David has now reintegrated Minibar Music as a full team member and has just released his first solo ep on Minibar (mb023).