David Charles Kramer, better known as DJ Devious, is a guitarist, singer, and turntablist.
Kramer attended the Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts, and received BMs in Songwriting and Music Synthesis. Kramer has performed in many venues, including the Fillmore and the Shoreline Amphitheater. In 2000, DJ Devious appeared on the Cyberfest 2000 compilation along with DJ Dan, Moby, Mix Master Mike, BT, Paul Oakenfold, Paul Van Dyke, Carl Cox, and Christopher Lawrence. In 2002, he appeared on the Epic Records release Shekinah: 13 Artists. Kramer has several releases being distributed, including Pretty Picture, Millennium Fever, Here We Go, Sustain, Empathy, The Club Devious Single, Heaven is Watching and Not Now. Kramer now attends Duquesne University of the Holy Spirit where he is working towards a Master of Music degree in Music Technology with a concentration of Electronic Performance on Guitar.
â€œWith my performing and teaching of music, I’ve been blessed with the opportunity to give back to the Entertainment Community. This community has inspired me throughout my whole life with amazing motion pictures and music which has been my life’s sountrack. Through these inspiring moments, I’ve become truly motivated as an artist. I’ve written and recorded new songs and have gotten to work with some really good people. How could I do this just for myself? I can’t. I do it for all the entertainers who have influenced me over the years, my family, friends, and anyone who can appreciate art. Being a part of a community and having the mind set that we’re working together to make the world a better place is so fulfilling. The Entertainment Industry has a huge influence on today’s society and I think it is important to remember that. Entertainers who serve as good role models are making a world of difference and it makes me proud. It is therefore my duty to do the best that I can in my work, influence people in a positive way, and always be supportive of my fellow artists.â€