Tag Archive: Steve Spacek

Diggin’ This: Steve Spacek – “Carnival Nights” (Eglo Records)

  The perfect combination of spaceship soul, digital doo-wop, bleepy blip-hop, astral bruk business, and satellite scat.       It’s hard to pick just one, but the infectious yet delicate post-broken beat… Continue reading

The Dan Digs Show 105: New NxWorries, Steve Spacek, Blank Blue, Bells Atlas, The Cinematic Orchestra – Special Guest: RJD2

  Show number 105!   As always, the latest and greatest in leftfield beats and electronic soul, plus interviews with my favorite artists for your listening pleasure every Sunday night on Dash 1… Continue reading

The Dan Digs Show 061: Top 100 Tracks of 2015! (Part 1: 100-51)

  Show number 61!   It’s finally here: the #DanDigsShow’s Top 100 Tracks of 2015!       This is Part 1: Tracks 100 through 51.   Part 2 follows next Sunday December… Continue reading

Diggin’ This: Velvit ft Steve Spacek – “No Excuses”

  Velvit is the new pseudonym of Darren White, better known as drum ‘n’ bass producer dBridge and label boss of Exit Records.       His brand new track “No Excuses” features the… Continue reading

Diggin’ This: Beat Spacek – “Modern Streets”

  With a humming, heatwave bassline reminiscent of Wayne Smith’s “Under Me Sleng Teng” and made only using iPad and iPhone apps, UK vocalist Beat Spacek (fka Steve Spacek who landed the number… 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

Dig Deep Tracklisting: Friday Night/Saturday Morning November 5 2011 1am-3am PST on KBCS Bellevue-Seattle 91.3FM & www.kbcs.fm

Click here to listen again to Friday’s Dig Deep radio session and click here to download it as a podcast. Here’s how we did it right. Nadastrom vs Heartbreak – “Church” Steve Spacek… Continue reading

Africa Hitech – ‘Out in the Streets’ (Video)

Africa Hitech aka Mark Pritchard and Steve Spacek recently delivered 93 Million Miles – a ‘2Future4U’ album from the duo that’s yet again chock-full of production that’s a few light years ahead of… Continue reading