Published May 20, 2013The time has come once again for Exclaim! to sift through the growing piles of album streams, music videos and tracks to find you the best content the Internet has to offer. Take a look at our weekly roundup below to hear all the greatest new music hitting the web. Then, head on over to our Music/Video section for more.
Since forming in 2010, Toronto quartet Decades have shifted their focus from garage rock to adopt a more '90s-inspired, shoegaze and post-punk sound. Now you can hear the culmination of all their hard work by streaming their self-titled debut in all its glory.
Fans still have a few weeks to go before the June 4 release of electro-soul singer A K U A's newest EP, One's Company. Until then, get a hint of what's in store by checking out her cinematic new video for "Gravity."
Up-and-coming indie-folk quartet Young Benjamins release their self-titled debut tomorrow (May 21), but you can stream the whole album in full right now.
Montreal-based singer-songwriter Anna Scouten is stepping away from the covers game to offer her first collection of original material on her self-titled EP, while dance music veterans Daft Punk are streaming their long-awaited fourth album, Random Access Memories, before its official release.
Last but not least, indie-rock newbies Poor Young Things are on the cusp of releasing their first LP, The Heart. The Head. The End., but you can stream the powerful pop rock debut in its entirety a day before it hits shelves.
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