Origin:
New York, NY, USA

DJ Disciple (David Banks) is an American DJ and house music producer from Brooklyn, New York.

In 1994, his track, "On the Dancefloor", peaked at #67 in the UK Singles Chart. In 2002, he hit number one on the US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart with "Caught Up." Vocals on the track were performed by Mia Cox. The track was featured in the Showtime television series Queer as Folk.

On 2006, his single, "Work It Out", featuring Dawn Tallman, released under his Catch 22 Recordings label, became a hit record. It was played in Ibiza in 2006, BBC Radio 1 DJ Pete Tong played the record for three months, and it was signed by countless labels and compilations such as Xtravaganza (UK), Blanco Y Negro (Spain), Poole Music (France), Networks (Italy) and United (Belgium). In 2008, "Work It Out" was re-released. The label's last release, "Changes", was a collaboration with David Tort and DJ Ruff. "Changes" stayed on the Beatport digital top three downloads for two months. It was played throughout the Winter Music Conference by DJ’s Roger Sanchez, DJ Dan, and Erick Morillo.

DJ Disciple has worked with underground American music artist and song writer, Dru Hepkins, and released tracks “When I Die”, “Red Light”, and “Romper Room”. Red Light's Prok & Fitch remix was featured as Roger Sanchez's “hot download pick” in 2009.

DJ Disciple released the book, Around the World in 150 Clubs.