Published Apr 15, 2013A new week means more new music, but before you head over to our Music/Video section to listen to the latest and greatest, make sure you're caught up on last week's releases but scrolling through out roundup of the highlights of last week's tracks, videos, and album streams.
Just short of the hitting the three year mark since releasing their sophomore album, Say It, Born Ruffians will release their follow-up, Birthmarks. They've been teasing us by previewing tracks and giving us a look at their making of documentary, but now, you can stream the entire album a little early. Birthmarks will reach its official release date on April 16, but you can get acquainted with the new album right now.
Montreal indie folksters Folly & the Hunter are following suit by letting loose an early album stream of their latest release, and first with Outside Music, Tragic Care. This album provides 10 tracks of atmospheric infused folk that transcends genre boundaries.
We've seen a few collaborations from Jon Lawless recently, but now, folk duo Mary Cassidy & Jon Lawless have released a new single entitled "Verbs." Unexpectedly, the two have delivered a soul-tinged disco dance track, but it's definitely worth a listen.
Kid Cudi's new album, Indicud, is still just over a week away, but while you're waiting you can listen to his latest tracks "Solo Dolo Pt. 2" ft. Kendrick Lamar, a much more ominous version than its predecessor, and "Brothers" ft. A$AP Rocky and King Chip.
You don't see many comedic music videos for folk ballads, but Donovan Woods has taken the challenge head-on, and grabbed two bearded buds to accompany him in a synchronized dance sequence clip for "The Coldest State." The track comes from his upcoming album, Don't Get Too Grand, and while some of the dance moves are a little awkward, this is a video you won't want to miss.
There's a ton of great music being posted to our Music/Video section daily; these are just last week's highlights! For more of the latest music, videos, and album streams, make sure to keep an eye on the ever-renewing section over here.