Monthly Archives: January 2010



Country: USA

Since 1997 the name Playdoughboy is being synonymous with house music. Starting out as a producer, Playdoughboy has a reputation of a house music pioneer always pushing the limits and looking ahead. This ability to foresee the history of what’s hot put Playdoughboy on the map as one of the in demand DJs in San Francisco.

At this moment Playdoughboy has over a dozen of releases under his belt on some of the most influential labels including Freaks Culture Records, Mizumo Music, and KGBeats Records to name a few. His original tracks and bootleg remixes can be heard in sets of DJs all over the globe from Ibiza to Berlin. He performed live and as a DJ at the most prestigious clubs in San Francisco including Ruby Skye, 1015 Folsom, Slide, Mighty, Supperclub, Roe/Prive, Vessel, Temple. Playdoughboy shared the stage with Global Deejays (Austria), Bobina (Russia), Sasha Dith (Germany), Pheek (Canada), Mark Farina (USA), Lee Burridge (UK), Tom Middleton (UK), DJ Grad (Russia), Cybersutra (USA). Guest appearances include SpyBar (Chicago), Ibiza (Seattle), C89.5 FM (Seattle), Maska (Kharkov, Ukraine), El Otro Mundo Sessions on deepmix.FM, Loveparade SF 2004 and 2007, Folsom Street Fair 2006. Playdoughboy’s collaborations include works with Aier Sauft, John Bourke, Protection, Fat Magic and Rachel Car. 2010 is the year the world will see another Playdoughboy’s project – Nuwax Records.
Andrey Shatz


Country: USA

Andrey Shatskikh originally Russian, vocalist/performer.

Was born in the city of Lipetsk, Russia in 1984.
Lead multiple projects:
“Shatz” as underground Russian hip hop performer.
“ЧБП” as  avangard poetry project.
Head of the LTZ production group.

Joined NuWax in 2010.


Andrew Shatnyy

Country: Russia/USA
Born in the USSR in Lipetsk aka “Russian Detroit,” Andrew’s first clubbing experience was lived out in the DJ booth. At the age of sixteen, Andrew started producing music influenced by Chemical Brothers, Norman Cook and the Chicago DJ Lee Burridge. A few years later, Andrew took a step forward from the UK with most tracks being oriented towards German sound at the time. 2005 brought the release of the first official LP “Mashrooms” flooded with tribal infusions and heavy African percussions. Later, Shatnyy would move toward the electro side of house music while keeping Spanish and African vibes. This is Andrew Shatnyy; a weird combination of tribal tech components with the Soviet soul at the core.