New Toolroom Knights Comp Mixed by Funkagenda


With a slew of Top 10 hits, a multitude of remixes under his belt, and a frightening tea habit, Funkagenda has been called in to mix the next Toolroom Knights installment.

Already having featured on prominent labels such as Defected, Azuli, Ministry of Sound, Subliminal and of course, Toolroom; Funkagenda’s production and remix skills are highly sought after worldwide. With remix commissions from the likes of Basement Jaxx, Moby, Dirty Vegas and a song writing stint with the Black Eyed Peas, coupled with 3 Beatport no.1’s this year alone, Funkagenda is on a roll.

After winning Best Newcomer & Best Track (Man with the Red Face alongside Mark Knight) at the DJ Awards 2008, and his productions & DJ sets pricking the ears of promoters worldwide, Funkagenda’s tour diary has been jam packed with gigs in America, Canada, Russia, South America, Eastern Europe, Spain, France and many more. His enthusiastic and creative DJ sets have set him aside from norm and his residency at the Toolroom Knights Events has cemented his reputation as one of the most unique and engaging DJs in his field today.

Funkagenda has scanned the length and breadth of his record collection and has come up with an eclectic and different mix for Toolroom. He has written 3 tracks exclusively for Toolroom – Zomg and Lmaoblade, appear here for the first time alongside the massive groove induced Kim Fai collaboration Gayfest.

With a staggering 37 tracks, Funkagenda seamlessly blends smooth house grooves and big hitters from Sebo K, Jimpster, Lützenkirchen, D Ramirez, D Nox & Beckers, Crazy P, Matteo DiMarr and Mark Knight, working the edits and utilizing accapella’s from DJ Gregory, and Mutiny. Kirsty Hawkshaw’s Face To Face vocal also makes an appearance over Ritkam & Bansi’s Bass Master Zorro, and Nadia Ali’s legendary Rapture over Adam Shaw’s Far Cry, which recreates the massive booty championed by Pete Tong.

Funkagenda’s love of all things is clearly apparent over the mix; ‘straight up’ house, techno, tech-house, deep house and so on – and he’s not afraid of a good vocal too! Included in the mix is Mark Knight & Funkagenda’s recent smash ‘Good Times’ and Funkagenda’s recent remix of the classic ‘Zoe’ by Paganini Traxx.

With DJ support from the likes of Mark Knight, Pete Tong, Axwell, Dirty South, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso its easy to see why Funkagenda has become a serious driving force in shaping House music today.


1. Âme – Doldrums
D. Ramirez & Mark Knight – Colombian Soul (DJ Tool)
2. Sebo K & Metro – Saxtrack (Feeling Dub)
3. Jimpster – Just The Kind Of Girl
DJ Gregory – Tropical Soundclash (Acappella)
4. DJ T. – Mr. Piano Hands (Vinyl Mix)
5. Adam Shaw & Tim Weeks – Jesmond
6. District One – Dubcrystal
Mutiny – Ya’Self (Yaccapella)
7. Adam Shaw – Frog Face
8. Funkagenda – Zomg
9. Matteo DiMarr – Drumbotto
10. Siwell – Kenya
11. Funkagenda & Kim Fai Present Yam Yam – Gayfest
Muzzaik – Fat Patchy
12. Mark Knight & Funkagenda – Flauta Magica
13. Lützenkirchen – Munich Clubbing Supreme
14. Paul Ritch – Carrrrrramba (Monkey Mix)

1. Crazy P – Love On The Line (Funkagenda’s Reprise)
2. D. Ramirez – Satur8
3. ThreeSixty – Kore
4. Funkagenda – Lmaoblade
5. Adam Shaw – Far Cry
5.Nadia Ali – Rapture (Accapella)
6. Mark Knight & D.Ramirez V Underworld – Downpipe
7. D Nox & Beckers – Cala A Boca (Meat Katie Remix)
8. David Amo, Julio Navas & Andrea Bertolini – Nervioso (Olivier Giacomotto Remix)
Martijn ten Velden & Lucien Foort – Bleeep! (DJ Tool)
9. Sydney Blu & Matteo DiMarr – Panic Attack
BT feat Kirsty Hawkshaw – Running Down The Way Up
10. Paganini Traxx – Zoe (Funkagenda Re-Dux)
Steven Mestre & Wilson Santos – Judgements (Accapella)
11. Riktam & Bansi – Bass Master Zorro (Jerome Isma Ae Remix)
Kirsty Hawkshaw – Face to Face (Accapella)
12. ThreeSixty – Cruise Control
13. Nick & Danny Chatelain – Rumba
14. Mark Knight & Funkagenda – Good Times

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