DC’s All Good Funk Alliance and Australia’s Copycat have teamed up on this detailed and beautifully executed tribute to hip-hop legends Main Source.
Digging through the mix archives, I unearthed and edited this early evening segment of a live set from summer 2012.
Dimitri From Paris joins All Good Funk Alliance and The Sol Power All Stars tonight at U Street Music Hall
An absolutely amazing night of house music, from the afro- and Latin-flavored deep sounds of The Sol Power All Stars (complete with live percussion, as always), to the funky electronic-tinged house of All Good Funk Alliance, to the classic, deep, and soulful house that Dimitri From Paris calls his stock-in-trade. This is a do-not-miss night!
Download: Qdup & AGFA remix Afrika Bambaataa “We Funk This Party Out [feat. Grandmaster Flash, Mele Mel & Kurtis Blow]“
Afrika Bambaataa “We Funk This Party Out [feat. Grandmaster Flash, Mele Mel & Kurtis Blow]“ gets the remix treatment from Qdup & All Good Funk Alliance.
I did this collab—a tribute to golden-era rapper Grand Puba—with Copycat from Melbourne, Australia while I was out there on tour in January.
My musical partner Frank and I did a series of re-edits and re-works of a couple classic funk tunes. With this L.T.D. edit we flipped the best parts, added some tough drums and added some hype vocals from some classic Queen Latifah and Biz Markie tracks.
We recently received some props for our re-edit of Lifelike’s song “Don’t Stop” which was remixed by Gigamesh. We took some elements out, built it up a bit more, and added some samples in.
Tonight! Brand-new dapper funk & soul combo Soul Suit bring their tailored original sound to DC9. Turntable support by the All Good Funk Alliance.
Fort Knox Recordings and DC Brau proudly present the Funk 4 Peace Ball, featuring DJ Nu-Mark of Jurassic Five, and exciting DJ sets from Fort Knox Recordings artists Fort Knox Five, All Good Funk Alliance, Empresarios, Nappy Riddem, and QDup Foundation. Once again, its time to Funk 4 Peace!!
Not only is “Go-Go Bananas (ft. Mustafa Akbar)” a great song with a funky beat but it was produced by our own Rusty B. and Frank Cueto, aka All Good Funk Alliance. The opening base rift is a very old-feeling funky start that smoothly transitions into a great future go go song.