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Global Grooves in D.C.: Fort Knox Five

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Fort Knox Five band members Sid Barcelona, Steve Raskin, Rob Myers and Jon Horvath hang out in their basement studio.
Rob Sachs
Fort Knox Five band members Sid Barcelona, Steve Raskin, Rob Myers and Jon Horvath hang out in their basement studio.

Since 2003, D.C.-based music collective Fort Knox Five has been churning out their funk-infused global grooves. Their music has appeared in everything from video games to Academy Award-winning films. Rob Sachs visits the guys' studio to learn about their creative process, and how they find inspiration from all over the world.

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