Neil Tolliday (a.k.a. Nail) has confirmed that this year will see the re-release of Big D’s Lounge, his first full length on DiY Discs sub-label Strictly 4 Groovers, from back in 1996.

Nail is the Nottingham-based house producer who has had a career resurgence in recent years. His productions from the 90s (on the likes of Derrick Carter and Luke Solomon‘s Classic, DiY Discs and his own Velocet) have been picked up by many DJs these days—the likes of Zip, Binh and Roman Flügel, amongst many others—with many of his records becoming highly sought after.

One such record is Big D’s Lounge, which features “Clear My Mind,” “Try” and “Til The Feelings Gone” (all of which also featured on a 2013 Fear of Flying repress). Tolliday announced that he will reissue the whole album via his 99:WAVE imprint. He went on to explain via Facebook that the profits from the sales of the records would go to charity: Focus12, a rehabilitation centre which he spent time at during 2012, and Maggie’s Centre Nottingham, a cancer care charity.

Big D’s Lounge will be reissued later this year. Check out one of the tracks from it below.