Konstantin Kersting is a German – Australian record producer, sound engineer and songwriter. He is known for working with a diverse range of artists including Tones and I, Milky Chance, Mallrat, The Jungle Giants, The Rubens, Eves Karydas, WAAX and Dami Im. Kersting’s production and writing contributions have so far seen over 14 million combined sales worldwide, with 2 million combined sales and 24 platinum certifications in Australia alone in the last two years. He was nominated for two ARIA awards in 2019 and recently reached #6 on the Billboard’s Hot 100 Producers chart.
The Jungle Giants album ‘Quiet Ferocity’ which he co-produced, engineered and mixed won album of the year at the 2018 Queensland Music Awards and at the 2018 AIR awards, with two singles being certified Gold and two singles certified platinum in Australia, whilst his contribution to Tia Gostelow’s debut ‘Thick Skin’ earned it Album Of The Year at the 2019 Queensland Music Awards and the lead single ‘Strangers’ being certified Gold in Australia. The single ‘Better’ by Mallrat, which he co-wrote and produced, picked up Best Unpublished Work in the Vanda & Young Songwriting Competition in 2018 and was certified Gold in Australia in the same year.
Tones and I viral single ‘Dance Monkey’, which Konstantin produced and mixed has to date reached 1.9 billion streams on Spotify, over 7 billion streams across DSP’s and has been certified Platinum thirteen times in Australia, the highest certified Australian song in ARIA history. It set a new record for the most weeks spent at number one in Australia; and after its eleventh week, broke the same record on the UK Singles Chart for a female artist. After earning Tones and I 4 ARIA’s for Best Pop, Best Female, Best Breakthrough for Dance Monkey and Best Independent release for her EP ‘ The Kids Are Coming’, Dance Monkey also landed at number 4 in the annual Triple J Hottest 100 – the largest music poll in the world – with two other tracks he produced from her EP, Johnny Run Away and Never Seen the Rain, coming in at 15 and 26 respectively. Read Extended Bio >