Tag Archive: Sunset

Diggin’ This: YesYou ft OFEI – “Everybody’s Got to Learn Sometime” (The Korgis Cover)

  Autumnal audio.       Originally recorded in 1980 by the Korgis, the pop-ballad hit “Everybody’s Got to Learn Sometime” got the cover treatment a few years back by London soul musician… Continue reading

One-Off Pop-Up Show: The Rooftop with Dan Digs (Music from Skinny Pelembe, Jazztronik, FRMTN, Neneh Cherry, Tony Allen and Jeff Mills)

  Massive, masssssive thanks to everyone who tuned in to the one-off pop-up DJ mix show, The Rooftop with Dan Digs, on Instagram Live on Sunday night.       Was great fun… Continue reading

The Dan Digs Show 094: New Nao & A.K. Paul, Jon Bap, Beat Connection, Warpaint, Ta-ku & Wafia – Special Guest: Kastle

  Show number 94!   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

Take a Trip Through Venice, California with Dan Digs and Instagram

The all-new Rverie magazine recently got in touch after spotting my Venice photographs on Instagram.     I ended up writing an essay for them on my beloved new home of Venice and… Continue reading

Listen/Download the Latest Episode of the Dan Digs Podcast: 120 Minutes of Beats, Bass, Hip-hop, & Electronic Soul. Sun, Jan 12, 2014.

  Welcome to the first show of 2014!   A wintry mix of downtempo beat jams, slow future funk workouts, classic covers, and experimental leftfield sonic adventures.   Hope ya enjoy. Get in… Continue reading

Seattle Sunsets

From Jonathan Raban‘s “Too Close to Nature?” essay published in the Seattle Times, April 2004. Seattle sunsets are raw and bloody things; good ones look like a busy day at the slaughterhouse, as… Continue reading

Enjoyed – “Paws” (Official Video)

The UK producer’s lush, Balearic, synthpopped, chillwaved track “Paws” finally gets the video treatment. The result is exactly what you’d expect this sound to look like if you could see it: multiple dream-like… Continue reading