Trax will release a Screamin' Cain-directed movie about Chicago's early house scene, which will feature in the label's 25th anniversary package.
House is a feeling. House is a spiritual thing. But there’s more to that. Trax Records, the label known as the catalyst on the house music scene, which is also responsible for releases like Frankie Knuckles’ Your Love and Marshall Jefferson’s Move Your Body, has unveiled details about their latest release – a two-disc package called ‘Trax Records: The 25th Anniversary Collection’, ready to drop in October in celebrating their 25th birthday.
The Chicago-based label president Rachael Cain, aka ‘Screamin’ Rachael, has writting an insider documentary about the Chicago’s early house movement and Trax’s history, which features house pioneers such as Frankie Knuckles, Afrika Bambaataa, Michael Alig, and Marshall Jefferson. This movie is entitled ‘The House That Trax Built’ and will be featured in the Trax 25th anniversary package, which also includes a compilation of 13 selected tracks. The trailer of ‘The House That Trax Built’ is streamable above.
Meanwhile, Trax is also prepping future releases by emerging artist such as MFTD, DJ Fade and DJ Swank. No further information is provided as yet, but make sure you keep your eyes peeled for this one.