Shady Lights available digitally everywhere. Order the double vinyl set, with download code, here!

• “Shady Lights is a masterful expression. Taken as a whole, the album is a continuously
evolving journey through genres and moods, with stellar production and songs that unfurl like
chapters in a book.” – Eric Downer (Bay FM 99.9, Australia)
• “We always love a but of Snax … let’s funk!” – Hard Ton (Gigolo Records)
• “Excellent album. There are so many great songs on it, the mind spins. Total bliss!” – DJ
Morpheus (Radio Campus, Belgium)
• “‘Are You With Me’ is dope. I’ll definitely support this album.” – Honey Dijon (Classic, NYC)
• “Nice!” – The Black Madonna (Smart Bar, Chicago)
• “I love ‘I’m a Planet!’” – Bill Brewster (Ministry of Sound/DJ History)
• “Snax is an institution. ‘Loose Beat’ is the one for me on here. So smart!” – Will Automagic
(The Carry Nation, NYC)
• “Love this! Snax is the funkiest producer I know. Gonna play this on repeat!” – Per QX
• “‘Fierce Imperative’ goes into a new direction … bloody brilliant.” – DJ Chewy
• “I want more Snax music in my life!” – Max Skiba (The KDMS)

‘Two Souls’ – Music video directed by Mario Dzurila

Latest Release: The ‘Loose Beats’ remix EP



Snax is an artist possessed by music. He’s traveled from his origin in the suburbs of Washington, D.C., to San Francisco, to New York City, finally settling on the vibrant artistic scene in Berlin. Along the way he co-founded gay art band Fagbash, and was one-half of disco-pop band Captain Comatose.

The inspiration of Berlin prompted Snax to go solo, writing and performing the majority of instruments and vocals himself on four solo albums, the latest being Shady Lights released on his own label Random Records. Since then, Snax founded House Of Snaxine and fostered his house music project Box Office Poison. Upon supporting The Scissor Sisters throughout Europe as the opening act, Snax was described by frontman Jake Shears as “a one man fro freak show not to be missed.”

Snax has DJ’d dance floors everywhere from Bogota, Montreal, Moscow, Melbourne, Tel Aviv and of course Berlin. Like the music he creates, Snax’s sets cover an eclectic range, revealing a myriad of sounds, a love of all things house, and always a keen ear for moving the crowd.