Published Aug 02, 2010Although its a holiday Monday, that doesn't mean you don't need your weekly new-music fix. Head over to the Exclaim! Click Hear section and listen to some great free tunes.
Up first, we have Wait What's remix album, The Notorious XX, with 11 tracks that mash up Notorious B.I.G. with UK guitar'N'B band the XX.
In Canadian music, recent Polaris Music Prize nominees the Sadies have a new video for their song "Cut Corners," and Owen Sound, ON's First Rate People have teamed up with Born Ruffians' Luke LaLonde to create "Gentlemen's Club," a single inspired by the British teen drama Skins.
We also have Bad Religion's "The Devil in Stitches" off their upcoming album, The Dissent of Man, while Les Savy Fav have offered up "Let's Get Out of Here" from their September 14 release, Root for Ruin.
Interpol are also giving listeners a taste of new material with "Memory Serves" off their upcoming self-titled album. And while Kid Cudi's album, Man On the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager, has now been pushed even further back until October 26, a new track, "Mojo So Dope," is available for download.
Lastly, Swedish popster Jens Lekman is sharing "The End of the World Is Bigger Than Love" with fans and wrote an accompanying note explaining his motivation. Sweet, right?
So be sure to make your way over to the Exclaim! Click Hear section now to enjoy these downloads, streams and videos, and more.