Published Oct 26, 2009Q: How do you stay on top of all the good new song downloads from artists large and small? A: Follow along with Exclaim!'s Click Hear section.
This week, we have the latest track from Southern Ontario math rockers Etaoin Shrdlu, whose noisy and cleverly titled "Brown Sabbath" is reminiscent of '90s post-rock outfits like Slint and the Jesus Lizard, displaying a respect for dynamics that Ozzy and co. never had.
Serbian trumpet maestros Boban I Marko Marcovic Orkestar bring unbelievable energy to their brand of Balkan brass with their latest track for download, "Devla," while cheeky up-and-coming Vancouver producer Jay Arner (International Falls, Fine Mist) returns with a compelling remix of R. Kelly's "Get Freaky in the Club (International Falls Remix)."
Nineteen-year-old Harvard graduate turned R&B producer and multi-instrumentalist Ryan Leslie is ready to release his second major-label album, for which his latest single "You're Not My Girl" should generate some definite hype.
And finally continuing in their goal of releasing a seven-inch for each major region of Canada, Toronto natives One Hundred Dollars are back with a new single, this time from Vancouver's Deranged Records. Titled "My Father's House," the song tells a harrowing tale of aboriginal poverty set in Vancouver.
For even more fresh cuts, head over to Exclaim!'s Click Hear section.