Tag Archive: Justin Timberlake

The Dan Digs Show 033: New Dam-Funk, AM & Shawn Lee, Swindle, Disclosure, Tourist – Special Guest: Cazal Organism

  Show number 33!   As always, the latest in my favorite new leftfield beats and electronic soul, plus interviews with my favorite artists, DJs, and musicians, for your listening pleasure every Sunday… Continue reading

Diggin’ This: JMSN – “Addicted” (Official Video)

  Detroit-born, LA-based singer and producer Christian Berishaj bka JMSN (pronounced “Jameson”) has crafted this excellent soulful, strings-laden, future R&B jam, complete with some spacey voice echo snippets, some Timberlakey vocal overdubs and an addictive,… Continue reading

LISTEN/DOWNLOAD THE LATEST EPISODE OF THE DAN DIGS PODCAST: 120 MINUTES OF BRAND NEW BEATS, BASS, HIP-HOP, & ELECTRONIC SOUL. SUN, MAY 4, 2014.

  42 of my very favorite songs from right now all in the podcast mix.       New and very necessary tracks from Until the Ribbon Breaks, Clara Hill, Ras G, Ed… Continue reading

Dan Digs’ Top 20 Remixes of 2013

Rrrrrrrremix! 2013 was a vintage year for the rework, the rejazzed, the re-booted and the re-beated. Here’s my favorite song versions of other people’s song versions of their favorite songs of other people.… Continue reading

Listen to Dan Digs’ Top 100 Songs of 2013 – Part 2: 50-1 (Podcast)

  So here it is, the second part of the Top 100: my Top 50 songs of 2013!   Some very unknown, some very well-known, some very minimal, some very maximal, all very… Continue reading

Listen/Download the Latest Episode of the Dan Digs Radio Show: 120 Minutes of Beats, Bass, Hip-hop, & Electronic Soul. Sunday Feb. 17, 2013.

Two hours of my favorite brand new beats and my favorite brand old classics from this week.       Unfortunately this episode is no longer available. Head over to iTunes here to… Continue reading

Justin Timberlake ft Jay-Z – “Suit & Tie”

The best part of this new, much anticipated new Justin Timberlake-Timbaland-Jay-Z collab is the simple harmony flourish at 2:27, which pretty much explains why the whole world loved Justified. The worst part of… Continue reading