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