Trax Records


With history as a guide, innovation is sure to propel a new generation of legends from the house of Trax.

The early development of house music was guided beyond the clubs that spawned the sound, it was the fledgling new label of Trax Records that played a large role in bringing this new genre to the world. Trax is the official first House Music Label. In the early eighty’s Trax was the incubator for developing the new artist and a new sound.

The breakthrough came with the release of the collaborative efforts of Jamie Principle & Frankie Knuckles “Your Love” and Marshall Jefferson “Move Your Body” (Got To Have House) both quickly becoming anthems, with follow-ups form Larry Heard “Can You Feel It”(Let There Be House) & Adonis “No Way Back”.

If Detroit was home for Motown developing Diana Ross, Marvin Gay, and the many more of the 50/60’s, Trax Records played the role for House Music, in-which early house producers found there home, which include: Joe Smooth, Ralphie Rosario, Maurice Joshua, Robert Owens, Mr. Fingers and Ron Hardy.


Now Trax Record is swinging back into full action under the direction of
Rachael Cain aka Screaming Rachael, an early Trax Artist and influencing the movement into New York, now President of the label & owner. Cain has a new vision for Trax while firing up a new team, focusing on developing acts, sounds and with a new generation of music lovers. With history as a guide, innovation is sure to propel a new generation of legends from the house of Trax.


Rachael Cain aka Screamin

Now Trax Record is swinging back into full action under the direction of
Rachael Cain aka Screamin Rachael, an early Trax Artist and influencing the movement into New York, now President of the label & owner. Cain has a new vision for Trax while firing up a new team, focusing on developing acts, sounds and with a new generation of music lovers.

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