Dig Deep Tracklisting: Friday Night/Saturday Morning May 21 2011 1am-3am PST on KBCS Bellevue-Seattle 91.3FM & www.kbcs.fm

With temperatures hitting 70 degrees this week in Seattle for the first time this year, we had to break out the shorts, dust off the flip-flops, and usher in summer proper by spinning some classic vocal UK garage tracks that just practically command the sun to shine.

Everyone everywhere just can’t help but get smiley when they hear these. Every time.

Dig Deep is a day at the beach. But it's no picnic.

Plus our PRODUCER IN THE SPOTLIGHT this week was Glasgow remix duo DOLBY ANOL, the NIGHT DRIVE TUNE came courtesy of BODDIKA: one half of d’n’b and experimental beat dons Instra:mental, and our FIVE MINUTES OF CHILL was brought to us by Bjork and U2-producin’ HOWIE B.

Here’s how it all built up and broke down.

LATE 90s/EARLY 00s SUMMER UK GARAGE CLASSICS MIX
Sweet Female Attitude – ‘Flowers’ (Sunship Edit)
Artful Dodger – ‘Woman Trouble’
Mis-Teeq – ‘All I Want’
Masters At Work ft India – ‘To Be In Love’ (Full Intention Vocal Mix)
Jhelisa – ‘Friendly Pressure’ (Sunship’s Into The Sunshine Edit)
Dan Black – ‘Alone’ (MJ Cole Vocal Mix)
Fabulous Baker Boys – ‘Oh Boy’

Tricky – ‘Broken Homes’ (Hip Hop Mix)
Waiwan – ‘Filtered Funk’
Jamiroquai – ‘Light Years’
Mo Kolours – ‘Drum Talking’
Nils Petter Molvaer – ‘Marciful’ (Herbert’s We Mix)
HaHaHa – ‘Ape Escape’ (Demo Mix)

PRODUCER IN THE SPOTLIGHT: DOLBY ANOL
Jaguar Love – ‘Up All Night’ (Dolby Anol Remix)
Dutch Uncles – ‘The Ink’ (Dolby Anol Remix)

Orbital – ‘Chime’
Disclosure – ‘Carnival’ (Little Black Ant Remix)
Classixx ft Karl Dixon – ‘Into The Valley’ (Julio Bashmore Remix)

NIGHT DRIVE TUNE
Boddika – ‘Spray’

Oh Land – ‘Sun Of A Gun’ (Jacob Plant Remix)
Josh H – ‘Rainbow’

FIVE MINUTES OF CHILL
Howie B – ‘Nordleed’

MJ Cole ft Vula – ‘Wondering Why’ (Influx Datum Remix)
Quantic ft Alice Russell – ‘Sound Of Everything’
Dauwd – ‘Could It Be’
Space Cowboy – ‘I Would Die 4 U’

Tune in next Friday night/Saturday morning 1am-3am PST on KBCS Bellevue-Seattle 91.3FM for more brand new British club culture sounds and classic UK underground beats and basslines!

In the meantime you can listen to the above show again here (while stocks last).

Nice one.