Maxi Records

Our History

Since it’s humble beginnings in 1990, the Maxi catalog reads like a who’s who of dance / house music. The label has been a launching pad for the careers of producers: Mood II Swing, Cevin Fisher, Naked Music NYC, Itaal Shur, Danny Krivit and artists: Daphne, Sagat, Big Muff, Judy Albanese, as well as a home for established superstars: Masters At Work, Danny Tenaglia, Roger Sanchez, Joe Claussell, Francois Kevorkian, Armand Van Helden, Byron Burke, Benji Candelario, and Shay Jones.

Diversity and exploration have always been key elements. Maxi has always gone out of its way to find music that is unique no matter what category. “Funk Dat” by Sagat wasn’t just an international novelty pop hit, but also a satirical look at everyday prejudices over a killer groove. The sheer dancefloor bliss of Maxi vocal singles by Judy Albanese, Cocodance, Soul Station, Shay Jones and Katrina Vaughn, to name a few, are defining diva moments in house music history. Through subsidiary, Snapt Records, Itaal Shur’s Big Muff turned people out with Music From The Aural Exciter, the indescribable melting pot of electronic funk, soul, and latin blues that has been compared to The Ohio Players and Talking Heads. The Muff’s dreamy interpretation of the standard “My Funny Valentine” has become a chill-out anthem.

Not that we ever take ourselves too seriously though. Maxi’s credo above all is to have fun. Imbedded in the grooves of all it’s music, is the undeniable escapism of the dancefloor. The Maxi Tracks logo is well known for it’s numerous 12 inches of pure booming energy. Our six compilations from Gag Me With A Tune to Go Deep are hour plus journeys that combine fun and fodder with the deep and heady.

The cartoon craziness of our packaging, created by downtown NYC artist Martine, and our notorious party throwing reputation at Maxi HQ, Soundfactory Bar, Palladium, Sugarbabies in NYC and the legendary Sunday Sunset Soirees in Miami have solidified our place in the annals of clubbing in the golden age of 90’s house music. After all, having a blast while presenting great music is the reason Maxi was created in the first place and it is this philosophy that has entrenched Maxi in the hearts of dance music lovers everywhere.

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Maxi Singles

Dawn Martin “Can You Feel The Music”

Espresso “Ping Pong”/”Let’s get Down”

SK Project “Your Love Is Taking Me Over”

SK Project “I’ve Been Searching”

Deja Vu “Move Your Waistline” / “So Get With It”

Mello House “The Flower” / “Organ Ride”

Cocodance “Angels of Love”

Urbanized featuring Silvano “Helpless (I Don’t Know What To Do Without You)”

Grand Diva Tour “Find Somebody Else”

Soul Verite “Chain Me To The Beat”

Judy Albanese “That Ain’t Right”

Judy Albanese “Happy”

Judy Albanese “Love’s Here (At Last)”

House of Glass featuring Judy Albanese “Take Me Over”

Daphne “When You Love Someone”

Daphne “Change”

Daphne “I Found It”

Soundshaft “Get Up”

Eternity featuring Alvoughn Jackson “Real Love”

Freeek Beat “Chez Vous” / “More”

Sagat “Why Is It? (Fuk Dat)” / “(Funk Dat)”

Sagat “Luvstuff”

Sagat “Get Outta My Face”

Second Choice “I Can’t Resist”

Chop N Chan “Sun Children”

Ms. Monique Renee “Like Any Other Bitch”

C.L. McSpadden “Plastik Dread” / “Gonna Love” / “I Can’t Stop Going”

Dream Generation “The Mood”

Cassanova’s Revenge “Banji Dance” /  “The Party”

B.O.P. Ent. Presents BUZZ “Where We At (Together)” / “Hipnotizing” / “La Femma”

Cevin Fisher “Raise Your Hands” / “Ooh I Like It” / “Musik In My Soul”

Cevin Fisher “Check This Out”

Cevin Fisher “The Way We Used To”

Cevin Fisher “Music Saved My Life”

Cevin Fisher “Mas Groove”

Cevin Fisher vs. Jason Jinx “The Way We Used To”

Armand Van Helden Vs The Horse “Ghetto House Groove”

Mike Dunn/Tha House of Sound “We Kan Never Be Satisfied”

Shay Jones “It Doesn’t Matter”

Shay Jones “Only You”

Freshly Baked Music /B Lounge “Show Me Your Love” / “Just Can’t Stop” / “Deep Body”

Soul Station “One Good Reason”

Soul Station “Fool For Love”

The New Hippie Movement “The Rhythm”

The New Hippie Movement “What A Feeling”

DJ Pierre featuring Sabynaah Pope “Together”

Studio Filthy Whore “Open Me Up”

Papp/Warrin “Santos” / “Let Me Be”

Nick Jones & Acei Carter  “Deidre”

All Good Funk Alliance “Sol En La Noche” / “Last Jam At 1450” / “A Song Called Hey” /   “Disco Hash”

Nick Jones “Something About The Music” / “Dedication”

Nick Jones & Acei Carter “Shake It” / “Can You Feel It”

Listenin’ Parlor “Untitled” / “Deeper”

Andy And The Lamboy “Dancin’” / “Weo Weo”

Brian Bristol “Ear Candy”

Byron Burke Presents Komputer Kidz “Rude Train” / “Harmattan”

Byron Burke “String Section”

Deepswing featuring Greyling Presely “Get Up!”

Lofty Love Presents Filter “Running Away” / “The Deep Project”

Crash Connection “Stardust” / “Hazy days” / “Saturday”

Naked Music feat Nikki St. Nicholas “Music Is My Life”

Naked Music featuring Katrina Vaughn “Deep Day”

Big Muff “My Funny Valentine”

Big Muff “Pornstar”

Big Muff “Feel What You Know”

Big Muff “So Far Away”

Maxi LP’s

Sagat My Poem Is … The World According to

Big Muff Music From The Aural Exciter

Big Muff Aurally Exciting Remixes

Cevin Fisher – Underground 2000

Maxi Compilations

Maxi-Mum Dancefloor Capacity Volume 1

Maxi-Mum Dancefloor Capacity Volume 2 mixed by Tedd Patterson

Danny Tenaglia Presents Gag Me With A Tune

DJ Disciple Presents House Disciples

Go Deep With Julius Papp

Go Deep With Julius Papp Volume 2

Maxi DIgital Compilations

Best Of Maxi Volume One

Best Of Maxi Volume Two

Best Of Maxi Volume Three

Snapt Singles

Electric J “The Electric J Theme” /  “Motherboard” / “Autoglide” / “Varispeed” / “Tiptronik”

The New Nexxus “Temperature Rising (Rolling)”

S-Matrix “Cryogenics” / “Keep On”

Trigger “It’s For Real” / “What Goes Around”

Max’n Singles

Brothers Of The Mind “Rough and Tough” / “Stop Scheming” / “Kick Facts”

Blaksam “Mr. Phat”

Boulevard Boyz “Off Da Head”

Element 9 “Listen”

Lady Kimberly “Best In The East Coast” / “Jump On It”