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Songs of the Day, Vol. 2 February 13, 2010

Filed under: dancehall,dub,Dubstep — The Right Coast @ 6:08 pm

One group I’ve been into lately is South Rakkas Crew. The best I can describe them are grimey yet highly danceable dancehall. The best part is you can download the mixtape that’s been owning my car stereo this past month. The fine folks at Mad Decent are offering it for free too! Download the whole album FREE.

KillaQueenz & South Rakkas Crew Feat. Lady Chann – Double Up

Here is an excellent remix of another one of my favorite dubstep/dancehall hybrid artists,
The Bug – Poison Dart – South Rakkas Crew Remix


Songs of the Day: Vol. 1 January 9, 2010

Filed under: dancehall,dub,Dubstep,Folk,Grime — The Right Coast @ 8:09 pm

Tunes I’ve been digging lately.


Skepta – Duppy

Skepta – King of Grime

La Roux – In For The Kill (Skream Remix)

Major Lazer – Bruk Out (Ft. T.O.K. & Ms Thing)


Rae Spoon – Death by Electro

Rae Spoon – I’ll Be A Ghost For You


Work in progress January 5, 2010

Filed under: Breaks,dub,House — The Right Coast @ 9:31 pm

Here’s a new track I’m working on, obviously not finished yet. Comments and criticism is welcome though!

DJ Dirty Dane – Untitled WIP

Also, I updated my list of 5 albums to my list of top 9 albums of 2009. I’m allowed I say, since I made the first post before the year ended.


Get your dub on

Filed under: dub,Reggae — The Right Coast @ 9:26 pm

Couple dubby jams I’ve been loving lately, check em’ out! For fans of dancehall/dub music/reggae, one old, one new.

The Aggrovators – A Dread Dub (1977)

Major Lazer – Hold The Line Ft. Mr. Lexx & Santigold (2009)


Top 9 Albums of 2009 December 15, 2009

Filed under: Alternative,dancehall,dub,Electro,Experimental,Folk,Hip-Hop,Indie,Pop,Reggae,Rock — The Right Coast @ 3:37 pm

These two almost made the list but the K-Os CD is a remix album, and the Iron & Wine album is a collection of unreleased and demo tracks. Both are amazing though!


Owen Pallett / Final Fantasy December 14, 2009

Filed under: Folk — The Right Coast @ 3:21 am

From Wikipedia:

Michael James Owen Pallett (born September 7, 1979) is a composer, violinist, and singer from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and winner of the inaugural Polaris Music Prize.

Pallett is best known as the principal member of the band Final Fantasy, which is essentially a solo project, although Leon Taheny is also credited as drummer and engineer. The name Final Fantasy is a tribute to the well-known video game series, of which Pallett is a fan.

Below are links to various music videos and live footage. I guarantee that even if you do not like the style of music, you will appreciate at least one aspect of his art.

Music Videos:

The Butcher

This Is The Dream Of Win And Regine

He Poos Clouds

This Lamb Sells Condos

Horsetail Feathers

Blue Imelda

Better Than Worse


First post! December 11, 2009

Filed under: Folk,Hip-Hop,Indie — The Right Coast @ 1:52 pm

Welcome to Right Coast Music, a spin-off of my other political blog The Right Coast. I thought about just posting my music related posts there, but realized I want to post a variety of amazing music every day. Somehow I doubt that would mix well with politics.

Anyway, to start I’m going to post a few songs from YouTube that I’ve been hooked on lately. Hope you like!

You Say Party! We Say Die! – There Is XXXX (Within My Heart)

Ghettosocks – Ballz In Your Stomach Ft. Timbuktu & Pip Skid

Rae Spoon – Come On Forest Fire Burn The Disco Down