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If you havent heard of Funkagenda by now then where have you been hiding?

Over the last 18 months, Groovedigitals in-house engineer has become a name synonymous with quality house music. Already having featured on labels as prominent as SUBLIMINAL, POSITIVA, BIG LOVE and TOOLROOM, his production and remix skills are highly sought after worldwide. In fact he is now fixed firmly in the 24 Management stable, home to NIC FANCIULLI, STEVE MAC, SEB FONTAINE and CHRIS LAKE amongst others

And production is not the only string in his bow. His DJ talents are also becoming a permanent fixture in clubs around the globe, with 2006 seeing him traveling to NEW YORK, RUSSIA, TUNISIA, ROMANIA, POLAND and many more

Starting his career at the age of just 13, helping to program backing tracks for his fathers club act, he quickly got a taste for music and life on the road. He formed his own bands at high school and became a multi instrumentalist, locking himself away in his home 4-Track studio for days at a time. Then as he hit his late teens, amidst fronting a soft rock band, he was lured into the charms of dance music by the legendary VOODOO RAY. From this point on it was a love affair, and whilst he continued to learn the more conventional side of music at college, with his A levels etc, he was burning the midnight oil in his home studio crafting Drum + Bass and Techno works

In the late 90s during the house explosion it was here that he found his home. The hypnotic rhythms of ROGER SANCHEZ, DAVID MORALES and MAW were a perfect fusion of musicality + dance floor sophistication, and institutions such as WOBBLE and the mighty GODSKITCHEN were a Mecca for clubbers across the UK. He began to learn the delicate art of DJing, although after years of manually timing beats on bargain basement samplers, this was not as difficult as he thought and soon he was picking up bar and small club residencies. But his true love was production and at this point, with the price of a Dub Plate being about 50 it was not cost efficient to play your own material

Enter the CDJ! Thanks to the wizards at PIONEER, many a bedroom producer now had the ability to play their own works out, and Funkagenda became a regular user. Always re-editing and remixing tracks into his own style, his sets had a unique sound, and began to catch the ears of many promoters around him. Soon gigs were a plenty, and his tracks were the flavour of the moment

And so this brings us to the present. Currently producing with the likes of MARK KNIGHT, ATFC, TROPHY TWINS and DJ EXACTA to name but a few, and with two very healthy record labels [GROOVEDIGITAL + POP POP] under his belt, Funkagendas name is a driving force in house music today…

So we say again Where have you been hiding


J-Man – Turn Me On [Groovedigital] 2003

Soulshack – The World Keeps Turning [Groovedigital] 2003

J-Man + Nigel Nigel – Get Back Together [Threeshades] 2003

Chad Lewis – Move You – Funkagenda Re-Rub [Groovedigital] 2003

Rue – Disco Shit – Funkagenda’s Didg-ital Mix [Groovedigital] 2004

Funkagenda + Spyda Williams pres Aranjah – Overcome [Groovedigital] 2004

Funkagenda Dancin’ / Don’t Stop [Groovedigital] 2004

Trophy Twins – Anarchism – Funkagenda’s Jackology Mix [Global Records] 2005

Funkagenda + Paul Thomas pres PTFA – Space [Toolroom Records] 2005

Neon – In My Mind [Groovedigital] 2005

Rebekah – Gorgeous – Funkagenda’s Kiss My Acid Mix [Groovedigital] 2005

Soulshack – Everybody – Chad Lewis + Funkagenda RMX [Groovedigital] 2005

Trophy Twins – Dutty Rythmn – Funkagenda’s Jamodu Mix [Groovedigital] 2005

Disciples Of Sound – High As Fuck – Funkagenda’s Jamodu Mix [Red Recordings] 2005

Genie Queen – Let The Music Play – Funkagenda + Trophy Twins FATT Mix [White Noise] 2005

Wildberrys – Futurefunk – Funkagenda + Trophy Twins FATT Mix [Boss] 2005

Funkagenda + Dave Oldershaw – Square Funkin’ [PoP PoP] 2005

Artificial Funk – Never Alone – Funkagenda vs Trophy Twins FATT Mix [Toolroom] 2005

DJ Exacta – Shake My Soul – Funkagenda’s ‘One Night In Stockholm’ Remix [Subliminal] 2005

DJ Exacta – Flippin – Funkagenda’s Groovedigital Mix [Compulsive USA] 2005

DJ Exacta – The Beat Is Inside You – Funkagenda’s Discotheque Mix [Compulsive USA] 2005

My Friend Sam – My Pleasure – Funkagenda’s Groovedigital Mix [J Funk] 2005

Funkagenda – Be Good To Me [Groovedigital] 2006

Neon – The Way You Do It [Groovedigital] 2006

Deepgroove – Drum Honey [Funkagenda + Trophy Twins Remix] 2005

Funkagenda pres Jamodu – Underground [Red Records] 2005

Salt + Pepa – Push It [Funkagenda’s Jamodu Mix]

Crystal Waters – Gypsy Woman – Funkagenda + Jaytays Gentle Napalm Mix [Butterfly Boots] 2005

Mintrap – Much Better Man – PTFA Mimic [Butterfly Boots] 2005

Funkagenda – House Music Revolution [Biglove] 2006

Funkagenda – My Love [Biglove] 2006

Funkagenda – Le Souk [Biglove] 2006

Funkagenda + Trophy Twins pres FATT – Pete Loves Rat [PoP PoP] 2006

Mark Knight – Insatiable – Funkagenda’s I’m Schlepping Mix [Toolroom] 2006

Soul Avengers feat Angie Brown – Sing – Funkagenda’s Jamodu Vox/Dub [Positiva] 2006

Phonique feat Erland Oye – In the Mean Time – Funkagenda + Trophy Twins FATT Mix [Reneissance] 2006

Endafunk – Mint [24music] 2006

My Digital Enemy – Runaway [Feel The Love] – Funkagenda’s Gameboy’s In Space Mix [New State] 2006

Seamus Haji – Last Night A DJ Saved My Life – Funkagenda’s GK ELECTRIC Mix [Biglove] 2006

Dirty Freaks – Take Control – Funkagenda’s Sweden FM Mix [PoP PoP] 2006

Shafunkers – Makes Me Feel Right – Funkagenda’s Evensong Dub [Unsigned] 2006

MANDY vs Booka Shade – Body Language [Funkagenda’s Tell Em About The Cobs Mix]

Sander Kleinenberg – This Is Miami [Funkagenda’s This Is The Wetherspoons Mix]