Thursday, 16 July 2015

News - Fort Knox Five Release Remix EP

Their friendship forged in the old school rave days, Fort Knox Five and DJ Dan have been close for decades. The DJ Dan and Mike Balance Remix is an indie nu-disco meets G-House banger, full of West Coast flavor. Bubbling beats and pitched down vocals combined with funky synths creates a new school take on an old school sound. 

Wes Smith, another alumni of the old school scene, has been topping the breakbeat charts with releases on his label Juice Recordings. His reworking of “Keep It Poppin” transforms the original into a high energy breakbeat workout. Rounding out the release is Worthy’s deep future house remix, full of chunked out beats and blips, sure to whip the dancefloor into a frenzy. Insomniac raves"Worthy swoops in with his take and, as he is known to do, places the bull’s-eye right on the booty." As part of San Francisco’s Dirtybird crew, Worthy brings a fresh new sound which is going off worldwide.

This collection of remixes is engineered to get people on their feet and dancing! With sounds ranging from from nu-disco to deep future house and breakbeat, DJs and old school ravers alike will find these tunes booty shaking. Instrumentals are also available of all three remixes, and you can expect to hear some of these tunes getting the party started, so let’s “Keep It Poppin”. 

Fort Knox Recordings is the renegade funk ‘n soul label from Washington, DC. Established in 2003, our mission is to explore the funkier side of global music. Fort Knox is set to ‘Tell it like it is’ by smashing the artificial barriers established by the ‘System’ that keeps all good music down. Forget about tempos and genres – we want to take you back to the roots and unite all music from our funk, dub, & soul; brothas & sistas – you dig? So stop being so serious, this is music, it’s supposed to be fun. 

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