Published Oct 03, 2011Kick off the month of October with a bunch of advanced album streams, new tracks and music videos from artists like Feist, Evanescence and Humans. You can check out the following highlights, plus much more, over in our Click Hear section.
First off, Siskiyou, featuring past and present members of the Great Lake Swimmers, deliver their new album Keep Away the Dead on Tuesday (October 4), but you can hear the entire thing now at Exclaim.ca. Having added two new members, the band's sound on this record now resembles "something closer to a rural gothic novella in spirit and scope."
Toronto alt-gospel ensemble Bruce Peninsula are also back with a new LP on October 4, entitled Open Flames, which is available to stream now. And Cuff the Duke's new album Morning Comes drops this week as well and can be heard at Exclaim.ca before it hits shelves. It's been billed as the melancholic first part of a multi-album project, though it still maintains the band's blend of alt-country and indie rock sounds.
You can also watch the new video for "The End" from Vancouver electronic duo Humans. The clip takes its visual inspiration from '80s sci-fi and horror genres and is directed by the group's Peter Ricq. Evanescence will be releasing their self-titled third album, the first since 2006's The Open Door, on October 11. And to hold fans over until then, "My Heart is Broken" is available to listen to at Exclaim.ca now.
Finally, Exclaim! cover star Feist is back with her hugely anticipated LP Metals. In exchange for an email address, you can listen to a stream of the album, which is out October 4 on Arts & Crafts.
For all these picks, plus tons of other new music and videos, head over to Exclaim.ca's Click Hear section.