It's unusual for Jannowitz Records to release an EP with only one Original Mix. But when it happens, of course, it means that there's one hell of a track that can only stand by itself. This is exactly what happened when Raul Facio sent us Cid Cid. It's one of these tracks that you listen to and that immediately gives you the shivers. It has this super-mega-hit-vibe to it, that a lot of labels are looking for for years and that some labels never even seem to find. But Raul Facio is going to blow your mind with his dark and dirty acid machine that is his Jannowitz debut. And not only the track is stunning. Young Raul himself is an outstanding artist. At only 19 years he has already releases on Dubfire's Sci-Tec and Stefano Noferini's Deeperfect, Sian's Octopus Records to show. Quite impressive, considering that he's also touring all the time, playing the clubs in his home state Texas as well as the most renowned clubs in the US - Output in Brooklyn as probably the most influential to name here. Naturally, with a portfolio like this, we couldn't leave Raul without super-producer company. Mr. Bizz is a duo that every underground techno DJ knows. Everyone has bought at least two or three of their tracks. They're one of Raul's fellow Sci-Tec mates, but also have released EPs on Octopus, Terminal M, Suara, Sleaze and Sven Vth's mighty Cocoon label. When Mr. Bizz agreed to do a remix for Jannowitz, we were more than stoked, we were out of our minds! Their remix is an Ode to Cid Cid, even darker and in pure Jannowitz style. A track that is going to sell out with every fan who follows the label buying it within seconds. It's a track that adds the perfect amount of filthy techno beats to every club set - be it for the last few summer months or later this year. Although Raul Facio's EP only contains one Original Mix, we didn't save resources on the remixers. Next to Mr. Bizz, there's Jannowitz sweetheart George Adi on the bill. George has been with the label for three years. We remember his debut EP like it was yesterday. Back then, we were already impressed by his producing skills. But George has stepped up his game quite a bit. And if you thought his Original Mixes are class, then beware of his remix skills. It takes a true artist to preserve the essence of a track while making it one's own. George did it primarily by adding a whole new bassline to Cid Cid. He kept Raul's main idea but with this new layer, it seems to have opened up a whole new universe. George's mix is a peak time banger with the acid twirls and curves like the original that spiral it into the next dimension. If you feel like us and can't decide which version you like best - you're welcome, we just served you three perfect techno tracks.