Fort Knox Five – Early Spring 2017 Tour Dates

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Early Spring Tour Dates
February & March 2017

Thursday February 16th – NCF Mini-Concert at Songbyrd – Washington, DC
Saturday February 18th – Bol – Vail, CO
Friday February 24th – Rock The Stacks at MLK Library – Washington, DC
Friday March 3rd – HUSHconcerts 20th Anniversary at Bimbo’s 365 – San Francisco, CA
Friday March 10th – Canal Club – Richmond, VA
Saturday March 18th – Tropicalia – Washington, DC
Wednesday March 22nd – Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom – Denver, CO
Thursday March 23rd – Hodi’s Halfnote – Ft. Collins, CO
Friday March 24th - Moe’s BBQ – Lake Tahoe, CA
Saturday March 25th – Midway SF – San Francisco, CA

New Fort Knox Five Royal Blue “Sprocket 5″ T-Shirts Now in Stock!


Royal Blue “Sprocket 5″ T-Shirts
Full Sizes available while supplies last
$20 + Shipping – Available Worldwide

Order Here today:

Shirts are a 60% Cotton/40% Polyester Blend
Shirts by Next Level Apparel
Women’s Scoop Neck T-shirt also available
Printed by Gorilla Fist/Studio One Printing of Virginia

Huge thanks to Gorilla Fist Clothing and Studio One Printing for doing such amazing and professional work making Fort Knox Five merchandise. Here’s a little video clip produced by Rob Myers as Geoff & Crew at Studio One printed the latest t-shirts:

Sat Feb 18th – Fort Knox Five at Bol – Vail, CO


Saturday February 18th, 2017
Bol Vail presents

Fort Knox Recordings
Washington, DC

opening set by STENNOR

9pm Doors
21 & Up Only

Advance Tix $10

RSVP & Invite friends on Facebook:

141 E Meadow Drive
Vail, CO 81657

Thurs Feb 16th – NCF Mini-Concert Series with Fort Knox Five – DC


National Cannabis Festival & sPACYcLOUd invite you to funk it up at the third installment of the NCF Mini Concert Series featuring Fort Knox Five on Thursday, February 16th at Songbyrd Music House and Record Cafe.

Some seriously funky groups come in Five’s – The Jackson 5, The MC 5, Jurassic 5 and, of course, Fort Knox Five…. the perfect medicine for our outrage fatique.

Doors open at 8pm for those 21 & up with the show starting at 9pm. Admission is FREE for VIP members or only $4.20 in advance/$5 at the door.

Advance Tix Available here:

RSVP & Invite friends on Facebook here:

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NATIONAL CANNABIS FESTIVAL – Saturday April 22nd, 2017
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here’s a look back at last year’s inaugural National Cannabis Festival in DC:

Out Now: Don’t Go Remixes by K+Lab & Trotter ft. Joe Quarterman


Don’t Go Remixes
by Fort Knox Five
FKX106 – Fort Knox Recordings

Available now for Download on Beatport | JunoDownload | Bandcamp | iTunes

Available now for Streaming on Soundcloud | Spotify | YouTube

Getting the chance to record in the studio with soul legend Sir Joe Quarterman was one of the highlights of the year for Fort Knox Five, and the track Don’t Go became an instant funk classic. As soon as the single was released, we heard from some of our close friends who were eager to rework the track and we are proud to present these two fine remixes from K+Lab and Trotter.

First up is New Zealand’s own K+Lab, who brings live synths and keys to the forefront on his glitched out funky bass remix. The original vocals and horns are layered on top of his beefed up beats and heavy bass stabs. This remix takes the soul of the original and injects it with a heavy dose of modern glitched out funk transforming it into a dancefloor scorcher.

Not to be outdone is Trotter, our man in Sao Paulo, who strips out the original’s retro funk feel replacing it with a swinging future funk vibe. Bouncing and bubbling synth lines run throughout the remix, dominating the track to create a modern P-Funk groove. Trotter’s remix shows his versatile production skills by tweaking the old school flavor of the original track and bringing it into the new millennium.

Fort Knox Recordings is stoked to start the new year with a bang, enlisting two fantastic artists who delivered their debut Fort Knox Five remixes on this single. These remixes take the track in two distinct directions; glitch-hop and future funk, however they both follow Sir Joe’s advice, “Step back three times, aww turn it around!” Instrumental version of both tracks are also available, making this a must have for funk DJs across the globe.