Fucked Up, deadmau5 and Pro Era Lead Our Music/Video Roundup

Fucked Up, deadmau5 and Pro Era Lead Our Music/Video Roundup
Listen up, new music fans: if you're itching to know about the latest and greatest, we can help you out. Look no further than today's Music and Video roundup, in which we've grabbed a smattering of the newest tracks, albums and music videos and put them all in one place for your listening pleasure. The best part is, we do it every Monday, hand-picking the biggest from our Music/Video section for your convenience. Read on to satisfy your craving for new music, and we'll be back next week with even more.

Kicking off our roundup is the slowed-down version of influential Canadian punk act Fucked Up's latest release, Glass Boys. This "slow version" features more anthemic tempos that allow Fucked Up's songwriting to shine through all that much more on their latest LP. You can hear it at the link above.

Then we have a stream of Canadian EDM prodigy deadmau5's latest track, "Seeya." Fronted by the full-force vocals of Colleen D'Agostino, the track features a funky beat and, of course, tons of bass. Listen to it now as you get hyped for the June 17 release of deadmau5's next album, while(1<2).

There's also a fresh mixtape from Pro Era ready to stream, too. The Shift features appearances from quick spitters like Joey Bada$$, Dirty Sanchez and J.A.B. Once you've had your hip-hop fix, you can go in a different direction with our stream of Jon McKiel's self-titled indie rock EP. Follow the link to hear this fuzzed-out EP in full.

Finally, the BB Guns shared a retro throwback video for their track "Bang." The glittery clip portrays a vintage girl band performing against a backdrop of tinsel, starting out with a choreographed dance routine and finishing off by donning their instruments and rocking out. Watch the video for a taste of the BB Guns' old-school pop.

Still looking for more? Check our Music/Video section for new music and videos every day.