David Sardy (more commonly known as D. Sardy) is a Brooklyn-born and -raised songwriter, rock and roll musician, record producer and composer.
In the late 1980s and early 1990s, Sardy was active as a singer, songwriter and guitarist (most notably with his group Barkmarket), but since the mid-1990s, he has been more active as a producer, writer and/or mixer. He has worked with an eclectic mix of rock, punk, alternative, electronic and industrial rock performers, and critics have called him a "Hardcore super-producer."
Sardy was involved in the production of Marilyn Manson's fourth album, 2000's Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death), working under the capacity of producer as well as providing rhythm guitar work.
In 2006, Sardy won six ARIA awards for his work with Jet and three ARIA awards for Wolfmother; he has also received three Grammy Awards (for OK GO, Wolfmother and Marilyn Manson) and multiple Brit Awards for Oasis, Marilyn Manson and Wolfmother.