Dig Deep Tracklisting: Friday Night/Saturday Morning April 16 2011 1am-3am PST on KBCS Bellevue-Seattle 91.3FM & www.kbcs.fm

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Showcasing the very best of UK electronica and British club culture sounds past, present and future.

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This is what it looks like inside your ears when you listen to Dig Deep.

Essex soulboys and cow juice aficionados The Milk opened the show with the brassy, summery Toots cover ’54/46′, Bristol crooner Ben Westbeech and his friends SECT turn in a nice late-night ditty that’s literally a song about being in the park, Redlight’s latest gets an airing that will surely be massive on festival soundsystems everywhere this summer, and Dekishi teams up with DJ Haus aka Unknown To The Unknown for some 8-bit Japanese grime Game Boy rap. Delightful.

Plus Gold Panda was our PRODUCER IN THE SPOTLIGHT, Omid 16B provided our NIGHT DRIVE TUNE, and Ghostpoet’s ‘Survive It’ was our much-needed FIVE MINUTES OF CHILL.

Here’s how it all went down.

The Milk – ’54/46 (Toots And The Maytals Cover)’
Wiley – ‘Numbers In Action (Radio Edit)’
Alex Winston – ‘Sister Wife (Star Slinger Remix)’
Unknown To The Unknown – ‘Assassin’ ft Dekishi
Abel – ‘Skipping Puddles (Lapalux Remix)’
Redlight – ‘Source 16 (Radio Edit)’
C.R.S.T. – ‘Heartbeat (Original Mix)’
SECT – ‘In The Park ft Ben Westbeech’

Lykke Li – ‘Sadness Is A Blessing (Gold Panda Remix)’
Gold Panda – ‘Snow & Taxis’

Princeton – ‘To The Alps (Kinema Remix)’
Fol Chen – ‘The Holograms (Primary 1 Remix)’
Jamie Lidell – ‘A Little Bit More’
Tim ‘Love’ Lee – ‘Starplay 69’
Alice Russell – ‘Hurry On Now’ ft TM Juke
Portishead – ‘Revenge Of The Number’

16B – ‘Remote Control’

Damu – ‘Kula Cola’
Umod – ‘Puffin Dance’
Courtney Pine – ‘Trying Times (Attica Blues Remix)’
The Chemical Brothers – ‘Piku’
The Cinematic Orchestra – ‘All Things To All Men’ ft Roots Manuva

Ghostpoet – ‘Survive It’

Die & Clipz – ‘Number One’
High Contrast – ‘If We Ever’

Catch you next week for more UK beats and basslines on KBCS 91.3FM 1am-3am!
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