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David Waxman

David Waxman
Birth name David Waxman
Also known as Afrowax
Born New York City, New York,
United States
Genres Electronica, House, Club, Dance
Occupation(s) Disc jockey
Remixer
Music producer
Years active 1992 - present
Labels Ultra Records
Associated acts DJ Skribble
Website .com.davidwaxmanwww

David Waxman is a DJ, remixer and producer.

Career

Waxman made his professional debut at the Roxy in 1992.[1] He has been resident DJ at numerous world-renowned clubs such as Liquid, Miami (1996–1998), Twilo, NY (1998–2000), and Crobar Chicago, Miami, NY (2002–2005). He became widely known for bootleg remixes of hits such as Beck's "New Pollution," Queen's "Another One Bites the Dust," Nine Inch Nails' "Closer to God," and AC/DC's "Dirty Deeds" among other worldwide smashes. In addition, he recorded under the moniker of Afrowax the 1997 club/dance hit "English 101 (Can You Understand English?)". In addition to his artistic career, Waxman currently holds the position of General Manager at Ultra Records.

Discography

Albums

  • 2001: Welcome to New York

Mixed compilations

Singles/EPs

as Afrowax

  • 1997: "English 101 (Can You Understand English?)"
  • 1997: "What is Your Problem?"
  • 1998: "Do You Want More?"

as David Waxman

  • 2009: "Can You Understand English?"
  • 2010: "Flood (Lift Me Up)"

Selected remixes

References

  1. ^ David Waxman at allmusic.com

External links


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