Nervous Records, the iconic label synonymous with the rise of house from the streets of New York City, will mark 30 years in the music industry by releasing the celebratory compilation LP 'Nervous Records: 30 Years', with Parts 1 & 2. Featuring original mixes of the label's biggest tracks, plus remixes by some of it's most celebrated acts, 'Nervous Records: 30 Years' is both a celebration of the past and of the future. Featuring a who's who of electronic dance music, the long player sees names including Louie Vega, David Morales Darius Syrossian, Tensnake, Monki, Franky Rizardo, Danny Howard and more take on iconic Nervous cuts: 'You Make Me Feel Mighty Real', 'Treat Me Right', 'Future Groove', 'Feel Like Singing', 'Get Up Everybody', 'Break You', 'Hot', 'End This Hate', 'Unspeakable Joy', 'Can Ya Tell Me', 'Jerk It', 'The Anthem', 'It Makes A Difference', 'Learn 2 Luv' and 'Don't You Ever Give Up'. The album marks one of the most enduring, extraordinary legacies to grace America's illustrious music history, not just in electronica but far beyond. Founded in 1991 by Michael and his father Sam Weiss, and recognizable immediately by it's distinctive character logo, the label grew rapidly, in no small part due to Michael Weiss' practically unmatched passion for discovering new music. 'Louie Vega and Kenny Dope woke me at 4am on Tuesday night, Wednesday morning from their studio telling me they had something really different that I needed to hear,' Michael recollects. 'I asked if they could play it over the phone. They said if I wanted to hear it I had to come to the studio. So of course I got myself up, got dressed and went there. That 'really different track' ended up being 'The Nervous Track', a tune that became our signature release and was also highly instrumental in the emergency of London's 'Broken Beat' movement.'