David Haberfeld is an Australian electronic dance music producer, performer, DJ and educator. Best known for his productions and live performances as Honeysmack. In 1999, Honeysmack’s song “Walk On Acid”—which sampled the melody from Burt Bacharach’s “Walk On By”—became a popular hit. The song was a nominee for the Best Dance Artist Release at the Australian Recording Industry Association ARIA Music Awards of 1999.
Haberfeld combines the musical influences of punk, disco, early hip-hop, electro, kraut rock and synthpop.
As an example of contemporary Australian electronic music, Haberfeld’s work was exhibited at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in 2002.