Published Jun 23, 2014We're back again with our Music/Video Roundup! We've grabbed all of the past week's need-to-know music streams and video releases and put them all in one place, so you don't have to go searching for stuff you may have missed. Read on to jumpstart your workweek with some fresh listening and viewing material.
Every Time I Die have mastered the blending of punk and hardcore to produce a unique and viciously loud sound. They have a new album set to come out July 1, but you can stream From Parts Unknown well before its release date at the link above.
Next, stream Canadian songwriter Michael Rault's new album, Living Daylight. Rault has given listeners a few tastes of his new release, but now the homegrown garage-pop album is available in full.
Watch Duplekita's music video for the track, "Sound of My Name." As the song swells, the camera shifts among the band's numerous members, with a shaky spotlight illuminating their faces. Then, listen to banjo-toting indie-rockers Union Duke's new album, Cash & Carry. Their new folk-tinged tracks are sure to get your toes tapping.
Wrapping up today's roundup is a stream of Listening Post, the latest from BC songwriter Rosie June. Follow the link to hear her new, sugary sweet pop tunes.
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