Published Jul 19, 2010Getting back to the grind can be a little more enjoyable when you have new music to check out. So visit the Exclaim! Click Hear section and kick-start your workweek with the latest in music streams, videos and downloads.
Up first is a sneak peak of a new song from Interpol called "Barricade," which will be on their new self-titled album set for release on September 7. On the other end of the music spectrum, we have a Katy Perry/Ke$ha mash-up of "California Gurls" and "Tik Tok" by DJ Placeboing, who tries to prove that all the chart toppers now a days sound the same.
Also, check out a video that was made in response to the G20 Summit that was held in Toronto this past June. The video was created by a Broken Social Scene fan who incorporated their song, "Meet Me in the Basement," off of their latest album, Forgiveness Rock Record.
We also have a free download of the much-anticipated single from Cut Copy off of their as-yet-untitled follow-up to In Ghost Colours. And Big Boi recently performed his track "Shutterbug" with the Roots on Jimmy Fallon.
Canadian songwriter Hannah Georgas has released her music video for "Bang Bang You're Dead" off her debut full-length, This Is Good and the Walkmen have made three more songs from their new album, Lisbon, available to stream: "Blue As Your Blood," "Angela Surf City" and "Juveniles."
And last but not least, the first single from the Roots and John Legend collaboration is available for download. The song, titled "Wake Up Everybody," features Common and Melanie Fiona.
For all of these new music streams, downloads and videos, pay a visit the Exclaim! Click Hear section.