Published Oct 15, 2012As we slowly begin to get closer to the holiday season, there is a ton of amazing new songs, records and videos being released. Make sure you check out Exclaim!'s Music/Video section to stay up to date, and take a look at this week's highlights below.
First off, Eamon McGrath released his breathtaking record Young Canadians earlier this year and now has released the video for the song "Instrument of My Release." The clip was shot on location in Toronto, using digital and analogue techniques, capturing McGrath on the road.
Next, Montreal avant-rock kings Godspeed You! Black Emperor are releasing their new record, Allelujah! Don't Bend! Ascend!, tomorrow (October 16). We have the full stream of this epic album for your listening pleasure, which marks their first record in ten years. Ontario folk-pop trio Inlet Sound are also releasing their latest record titled The Romantics on Tuesday, which you will find available to stream in its entirety.
On top of that, The World Is Too Much With Us, the sophomore full-length record by Vancouver post-punk band Peace, has been made available for stream ahead of its October 16 release.
Meanwhile, the Odd Future duo known as MellowHype have given us another track off their record Numbers. The song is called "Astro" and features some vocals from Frank Ocean. Lastly, Fat Joe has teamed up with Rick Ross and Juicy J to deliver the social-media inspired "Instagram That Hoe."
You can enjoy these picks, as well as many more streams, downloads and videos, at our Music/Video section.