Free Download of AGFA Classic “Duke” from 2002!

All Good Funk Alliance presents
“DUKE” (BE04)
Bear Entertainment

Free Download:

From the deep vaults, another AGFA classic for the heads. Released on vinyl 10 years ago in 2002, much thanks to Steve at Bear Entertainment for pushing the sound. To get the free download, click through the link above and sign in to your twitter account. Once you tweet the embedded message you will get a free download. Please take this opportunity to follow @AGFAMusic on Twitter and if you don’t yet have a twitter account, what a great time to sign up, and it’s free!

“Back catalog business from Bear Funk. All Good Funk Alliance dropped this sweet trio of disco cuts back in 2002 and they still hold up after almost a decade. “Mr. Parker” features chilled out disco breaks, “Spinner” gets down on the moody tip, and “Duke” keeps it cool with jazzy keys leading the way.” – Turntable Lab

AGFA’s Exclusive “Surviving The Golden Age DJ Mix”

All Good Funk Alliance presents
March 1st, 2012

Debuted with free download here:

1. Prosper “When I Left the Party” (Telephunken Remix)
2. All Good Funk Alliance “Rhythm & FX” (Funkanomics Remix)
3. BadboE “Make it Happen” (Bryx Remix)
4. Cantinabend “0K”
5. Rock Master Rus B “Coke & Smoke”
6. Neighbour Feat. Think Tank “Drunk on the Funk”
7. Go Go Bizkitt “Chuffrugg”
8. BadboE “Shit God Damn 2011″
9. Morlack “Eternity”
10. Go Go Bizkitt “Pheeva”
11. All Good Funk Alliance “Move Yo Body”
12. Empesarios “Bailando (Bobby C Remix)”
13. B-Team “You Wild” (Remastered)
14. Nick Thayer “Contagious”
15. Ripgroove “Double 99″ (D-Funk & Dj Rumble Remix)
16. Drummatic Twins “Snakebyte”
17. Deekline & Ed Solo Feat. Dj Assault “Gimmie A Piece”
18. Athson “Go Low”

All Good Funk Alliance go on “Rhythm & FX Tour” March 9-24


Fri/Mar-09 – Jackson, WY – Pink Garter Theater (w/out Thunderball)
Sat/Mar-10 – Bozeman, MT – Zebra Cocktail Lounge (w/out Thunderball)
Thu/Mar-15 – Vail, CO – Samana Lounge
Fri/Mar-16 – Denver, CO – Cervantes Other Side
Sat/Mar-17 – Durango, CO – Abbey Theater
Tue/Mar-20 – Breckenridge, CO – Three Twenty South
Wed/Mar-21 – Santa Cruz, CA – Motiv
Thu/Mar-22 – Sebastopol, CA – HopMonk Tavern
Fri/Mar-23 – Arcata, CA – Arcata Theater Lounge
Sat/Mar-24 – San Francisco, CA – Mezzanine w/ Quantic & Alice Russell Live

Starting March 9, 2012, Fort Knox Recordings, the renegade funk n’ soul label from Washington DC, will embark on their “Rhythm & FX” tour featuring Fort Knox Five, Thunderball, and All Good Funk Alliance. The tour will kick off in Jackson Hole, WY and span through Montana, Colorado, and Northern California. The tour will be celebrating All Good Funk Alliance’s new EP entitled Rhythm & FX, out on March 6th through Beatport. This is a tour not to be missed.

Fort Knox Five is a leading force in the international funk and breaks scene. Having released an arsenal of floor rocking singles and remixes, the Fort Knox Five has the midas touch for producing heavy hitting records. They established Fort Knox Recordings in 2003 to release party-rocking music that crosses tempos and defies genres. Their world renowned ‘Fort Knox Sound’ has overtaken dance-floors with its distinct interweaving of live instrumentation with funky electronic breakbeats.

Fort Knox Five will be DJing versus “The Ambassadors of Style” known as Thunderball with a 4-turntable set. Thunderball has recently released their fourth full-length recording, 12 Mile High, on Thievery Corporation’s ESL Music. This Washington, DC-based trio are globally renowned purveyors of sophisticated, stereophonic-thrillers, and cinematic dub. Since 1997 their productions have shifted effortlessly between the genres of drum’n’bass, dub and downtempo, building a strong following for their signature sound. 12 Mile High marks the return of the Thunderball trio from their duties with the venerable breakbeat production group Fort Knox Five.

The All Good Funk Alliance are no strangers to Fort Knox Recordings. The two musical geniuses behind AGFA are some of our closest compatriots. They have been releasing music and remixing with us since the beginning. Their expertise in all aspects of musical production have helped them create a signature sound that always relies on expert drum and percussion programming, space aged synth sounds, and big bouncy bass lines. Frank Cueto and Rusty Belicek are the masterminds behind the Alliance and they have built a solid reputation for creating a definitive catalog of tracks that are always funky, fun and fresh. The tour will be celebrating the duo’s latest EP called ‘Rhythm & FX’ featuring a handful of new funk weapons for DJs to drop on dancefloors worldwide. This EP will fit into any DJ’s crate that like to explore the multi-genres of funk breaks and Nu Disco. This is the debut EP laying the groundwork leading up to the release of the brand new AGFA full length album, Jacks of All Trades, coming out this May on Fort Knox Recordings.

DJ Kool “The Music Ain’t Loud Enough (AGFA Re-Edit)”

AGFA presents “The Late Night Workshop” DJ Mix

Debuted by Thirty Thirsty:

It’s Your Turn (Cuetec Edit) – Delegation [Unreleased]
Not in Love Anymore (LNTG Rework) – Michael McDonald [2011]
We Can’t Fly – Aeroplane [2010]
Just a Memory – 6th Borough Project [2008]
Build it Up (Break It Down Remix) – Negghead [2010]
Quiet Dawn – Clause Four
Quiet Dawn – Cuetec [Unreleased]
Turn me Away (Good Parts Edit) – Good Parts [2011]
Put It In – The Legendary 1979 Orchestra [2011]

“A sound that is funky, fun and fresh.”