New York-born DJ/remixer David Waxman made his professional debut in 1992 at Roxy. Two years later, the progressive house pioneer became one of the most requested DJs in the Miami Beach area. Around the same time, he achieved the weekend residence at one of the most prestigious nightclubs in South Florida.
Ultra Chilled, Vol. 1David Waxman has been responsible for remixing Beck's "New Pollution," Queen's "Another One Bites the Dust," and Nine Inch Nails' "Closer to God," among other worldwide smashes. In addition, he recorded under the moniker of Afrowax the 1997 club/dance hit "English 101 (Can You Understand English?)," mixed the Ultra Chilled series by Ultra Records, and released the 2002 mix album Welcome to New York.
Sandra Collins exploded out of the California rave scene in the 90’s. Born in Arizona but with roots in Las Vegas, her appetite for dance music & its culture, drew her to the heartbeat of Los Angeles. She started DJing in the early 90’s, which led to an A&R job at the LA office of EyeQ/Harthouse, the German record company co-founded by the dance music pioneer, Sven Vath. Her production career began in 1998 with releases on LA’s Fragrant Music and the UK’s Hook Recordings. The early 2000’s saw several releases via compilations, singles , EP’s and remixes on labels such as Kinetic, Perfecto and Interscope for artists including Nine Inch Nails and Fleet Foxes. Between her releases and relentless touring schedule, Sandra received numerous awards, including URB Magazine Best female Artist in 1999 and UK’s Dancestar Best DJ in 2003.
Sandra held residencies at the legendary Twilo in NYC and also at Chicago’s Crobar. She had the honor of being one of Coachella’s inaugural DJs, playing the influential festival three times, and performed at Woodstock ‘99, Ultra Music Festival, Global Gathering, Electric Daisy Carnival (now known as EDC), Creamfields and Burning Man, to name a few.
Over the years, her musical style has expanded. Her sets now include deep, progressive, melodic and tech house, following along the lines of her current productions. Sandra pushes herself out of her comfort zone and enters a more confident and creative stage in her career, including performing vocals on her recent releases. She has been a guest DJ on several radio shows and has been feverishly working in the studio, creating an arsenal of productions with DC based production partner Micke.