Funk the World 29 by Fort Knox Five www.fortknoxfive.com
featuring songs from the new album Pressurize the Cabin as well astracks from Opiou, Tropkillaz, Funk Ferret, Skiitour, Sammy Senior, Jaime
Berry and more!
Knox Five presents “Funk The World 29″
Knox Five presents “Funk The World 29″by Fort Knox on Mixcloud
Premiered by Magnetic Magazine: www.magneticmag.com/2015/06/premier…k-the-world-29/
Fort Knox Five’s new album “Pressurize The Cabin” is out now on CD & Digital: fortknox.bandcamp.com/album/pressurize-the-cabin
Pressurize The Cabin CD Release Party in Washington, DC on Friday July 3rd – The Big Boom at U Street Music Hall with DJ Dan, Fort Knox Five & divaDanielle: www.facebook.com/events/841105042646794/
Download or Stream Funk The World 29 on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/fortknoxfive/funk-the-world-29
Tracklisting: 01 Latino & Proud – DJ Raff 02 Cinco to the Brinco – Fort Knox Five 03 Jungle Fever (Funk Ferret Edit) – The Chakachas 04 Space Party ft. The Fungineers, BluRum13, Russ Liquid – Opiou 05 Handclapping Song (Tropkillaz Edit) – The Meters 06 Grandiose – Jamie Berry 07 Babushka (Don Johnston Dephicit Remix) – The Woohoo Revue 08 Swinging on a Rhyme – Fort
Knox Five 09 Shake it out – Prosper & Rory Hoy vs Imagine This 10 Funky Axe – SkiiTour 11 Like This (Sammy Senior Remix) – James Brown & the MicSmith 12 This Is Not A House Track – Mister T. 13 Mission to the Sitars – Fort Knox Five
Out Now on Fort Knox Recordings:
FUNK & DANCE
featuring Mustafa Akbar
w/ Remixes by K+Lab & Skiitour
1. Funk & Dance feat. Mustafa Akbar (Original Mix)
2. Funk & Dance feat. Mustafa Akbar (K+Lab Remix)
3. Funk & Dance feat. Mustafa Akbar (SkiiTour Remix)
4. Funk & Dance (Original Mix Instrumental)
5. Funk & Dance (K+Lab Remix Instrumental)
6. Funk & Dance (SkiiTour Remix Instrumental)
Buy direct from the Artist at Bandcamp:
Washington, DC’s funky music ambassador Qdup returns to Fort Knox Recordings after his 2014 release, the Lone Star EP. The Warp 9 remix of “Electro Funk Boogie feat Bavu Blakes” was Mixmag’s October 2014 “Breaks Tune of the Month”. This time Qdup brings
a heater of a single featuring the vocal styling’s of Mustafa Akbar. The funk is strong with this one and to make it even stronger, Qdup has enlisted a few of his favorite producers from different ends of the globe to remix this jam and get the dance floor bouncing.
Mustafa Akbar who is well known from his work with Nappy Riddem, and collaborations with Fort Knox Five, Thunderball & Basement Freaks lays down some funky vocals on “Funk & Dance”. Mustafa’s vocals compliment the heavy funk banger vibe on Qdup’s original mix. Auckland, NZ’s keytar wielding, glitch hop funk master K+Lab infused his remix with his signature edgy bass, synth chords and slinky lead solos. Rounding off the single with some nice variety is Whistler, BC’s own retro après ski party gurus SkiiTour bringing their fun, energetic style to flip the track on it’s head into a bass driven Nu-Disco direction. Try not to shake your butt to any of these tunes. We dare youEl Paso!
Qdup has done it again here keeping the funk alive in dance music. This one has you covered for all of your funk breaks, funky glitch hop and nu-disco needs. The Funk & Dance Single is set up to be DJ friendly with Instrumental mixes on all versions and ready to wreck dance floors worldwide.
Artist: See-I Release: Knowledge Shine Bright Remixed EP Label: Fort Knox Recordings Catalog #: FKX081
Tracklisting: 1. The Boogieman feat. Mr. Lif (Basement Freaks Remix) 2. King of the Road (Qdup Remix) 3. The Boogieman (Basement Freaks Remix Instrumental) 4. King of the Road (Qdup Remix Instrumental)
See-I released their 2014 album “Knowledge Shine Bright” to great reviews in the press and an amazing radio campaign, followed up with national tour dates including the 30th annual Reggae On The River Festival in Humboldt County, CA. The tracks from this album have been sent out to some of the best remixers around the world and the results are just stunning.
The Knowledge Shine Bright remixes will be released in a series of EPs and the first one is engineered to blow up dance floors all over the place. See-I’s track The Boogieman features rapper Mr. Lif, and the Basement Freaks have stripped it down and reworked the tune from the bottom up. The result is an electro infused bass funk banger, a slice of futuristic funky hip-hop, which is a DJs dream. Fort Knox Recordings label
mate Qdup remixed King of the Road adding some future go-go swing to create a funky glitch-hop anthem. These are the first See-I remixes by both of these accomplished artists, and instrumentals of both remixes are also available.
The first installment of the Knowledge Shine Bright Remixes sets the bar very high, with Basement Freaks and Qdup reinterpreting the funky reggae and hip-hop of See-I into dance floor monsters. With a range of sounds from electro, glitch-hop, funk, bass and breaks these remixes deliver the goods and create an irresistible party vibe.
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