Initially teased on MCDE Records' facebook page last week, the upcoming release from Danilo Plessow's fantastic imprint has been officially announced and it's a huge surprise. Initially launched in 2008 as a place for Danilo to release his revolutionary house Raw Cuts that ended up making him wolrd famous, the label also featured along the years a small number of featurings from The Revenge, Latecomer, Laurent Garnier, Michael Gracioppo, Pablo Valentino and his CSA projects and, most recently Melbourne's synth wizard Harvey Sutherland.
This very spring, MCDE steps it up to the next level with a special piece of wax that's pure bad ass. Successfully acquiring the licensing rights after more than year's worth of trouble, the imprint will release its very first reissue in March, cashing in on the popularity that a certain record from 1996 acquired amongst fellow DJs such as Theo Parrish, Marcellus Pittmann, Mike Huckaby or Danilo himself, but who's also been a top ID request from frustrated Shazam junkies unable to find a match. Glad for them - and for everyone else not wanting to spend up to €120 on a used and abused record from 2 decades ago for that matter - the mystery finally unravels. Celebrating 20 years since Manchester's legendary deep house label Rainy City Music dropped Irfan Hussain & Rex Leon's 'It's All In The Groove', MCDE remasters the 3 stunning tracks straight from the original DAT tapes and even kept the original artwork as a tribute to the forgotten visual aesthetics of the 90s.
As usual, we only get tiny snippets from the upcoming release itself, but to hear for yourself what the hype is all about, check out the original release in full-length glory below ;)