It’s Your Turn (Cuetec Edit) – Delegation [Unreleased]
Not in Love Anymore (LNTG Rework) – Michael McDonald 
We Can’t Fly – Aeroplane 
Just a Memory – 6th Borough Project 
Build it Up (Break It Down Remix) – Negghead 
Quiet Dawn – Clause Four
Quiet Dawn – Cuetec [Unreleased]
Turn me Away (Good Parts Edit) – Good Parts 
Put It In – The Legendary 1979 Orchestra 
“A sound that is funky, fun and fresh.”
I thought that this line from their bio, is all that you need to get intrigued by the sound of All Good Funk Alliance.
Made up of Frank Cueto and Rusty Belicek, the U.S. duo is “doing the right thing” on the Nu-Funk scene since 1999, being considered influential pioneers of the genre.
They are the newest artists to sign with Washington DC’s renegade funk and soul label, Fort Knox Recordings.
After having been friends and colleagues for over a decade, AGFA decided to release their next album on Fort Knox Five‘s own label. A genre-spanning release featuring go-go drums, spaced-out synths and funky bass-lines. It marks a new direction for All Good Funk Alliance, and is somewhat of a departure from their signature sound, but fans needn’t stress—this is one duo that never leaves the funk behind.
Before the album drops on May 1st, there will be an EP of all new tunes released on March 6th. The “Rhythm and FX EP” will be 4 solid tracks of the best in AGFA dancefloor funk. This exciting EP will be followed by the groundbreaking “Jacks of all Trades” LP by AGFA on May 1st.
It is going to be a very exciting spring for both Fort Knox Recordings and the All Good Funk Alliance, and until the spring come they keep warm the dancefloor with this mixtape.