J.L.D’s career started back in 1994 as a mobile jock travelling the length and breadth of his native West Wales, as an enthusiastic school boy with a passion for entertaining a crowd. Soon he had moved onto a set of Technics, and was using his spare time while in University in Cardiff to hone his skills behind the decks. Appearances at many a house party led him onto starting his own midweek night with a group of fellow students at a local club which led to him forming a partnership with another local dj, the Tiny Twins were born A residency at the University Dance night Nocturnal followed with the Tiny Twins gaining a reputation for their energetic and crowd pleasing sets.An opportunity to present a dance music show on local radio station “GTFM” was too good to turn down and alongside another 3 dj’s the Tiny Twins took to the air waves, with associations with local nights such as Bionic and national nights like Bugged out. The contacts and experience gained from 3 years on radio led to the Tiny Twins and 3 others launching a new night in Cardiff called “Superchunk” The night ran successfully in both Swansea and Cardiff for 3 years with guest including Justin Robertson, Jon Carter, Fergie, Phil Kieran, Pete Heller, Tim Deluxe and a whole host of others. As well as running Superchunk, the Tiny Twins also appeared at numerous other nights such as Backtobasics, Club Azuli, Escape, Cool House and many othersA change in musical direction and the wrapping up of Superchunk saw J.L.D end his involvement in the Tiny Twins and forge a new solo career. The Shift in music direction towards techno and tech house led J.L.D. (at the time called DL Jones) to a 2 year residency with well respected Cardiff Techno night “Holodeck” dj’ing alongside artists such as Mark Broom, Jerome Hill, Billy Nasty and many more.After a couple of years of contemplation and taking a break from the Dj’ing scene J.L.D. re-launched his career in 2010 with a new techno night "SYSTEM 909" in his adopted home city of Cardiff.System 909 caters for the Minimal and European techno sounds, with influences from Artists such as Dubfire, Marco Carola, Robin Hirte, Geiser, Alex di Sefano Adam Beyer e.t.c The night has gone from strength to strength, starting small with the best techno dj's Wales had to offer, and building it's fan base to a point where National and International Dj's including Sasha Carassi, Ade Fenton, and Ed Mackie have been brought in to entertain the loyal welsh crowdThe success of the night has encouraged J.L.D. to begin another project to cater for his other love, tech house. ANALOGUE is now hot on the heels of SYSTEM 909 in popularity, catering for the techy/progressive sounds that have been missing from the South Wales clubbing scene for the last few years.J.L.D. is now entering a new phase of his career, developing his skills as a producer. With several releases already under his belt, and gigs supporting Marco Carola, Dave the Drummer, Mark E.G and many more over the last few months expanding his profile, expect to hear a lot more about him in the future.