Get the Latest from Kanye West, Deerhunter, Bright Eyes and More in Click Hear

Get the Latest from Kanye West, Deerhunter, Bright Eyes and More in Click Hear
With fall music releases in full swing, this past week was a busy one for new music. Like every Monday, we here at Exclaim! have gathered the best of Click Hear in one easy post for your pleasure. So head on over to the section to get the most recent music streams, downloads and videos.

We kick things off with this month's cover stars, Deerhunter, whose song "Helicopter" from the album Halcyon Digest has been remixed by Diplo and Montreal's Lunice. Then Yo Gabba Gabba played host to Canadian favourites Broken Social Scene, as the band performed the delicious-sounding "Peanut Butter Stomp." Watch the video and you can learn how to do the Stomp!

Busy bee Kanye West has had quite a week. His leaked new single titled "Lost in the World" features Bon Iver and gives us a sneak peak into his new as-yet-untitled album. In true Kanye tradition, his newest G.O.O.D. Friday track, "Christian Dior Denim Flow," is a seven-minute monster and features John Legend, Kid Cudi, Pusha T and Lloyd Banks. And since Kanye news always comes in threes, you can watch videos of him performing "Power" and "Runaway" on SNL this past Saturday with Pusha T and more ballerinas than you can shake a stick at.

The always delightful Sufjan Stevens has a new album coming out on October 12 titled The Age of Adz. Featuring lush choral vocal arrangements and symphony scores, the album can be streamed online in full before the release. Also, the highly anticipated Le Noise by Neil Young is out and is now accompanied by a streaming 38-minute film, which features performances of all eight songs that appear on the album.

On the music video front, first we have Eminem's "No Love," which features a currently locked-up Lil Wayne. Luke Doucet has just released his "Thinking People" video from his fifth solo album Steel City Trawler. And finally, we have the "Coyote Song" by Bright Eyes.

For all these streams, downloads, videos and more, check out the Exclaim! Click Hear section.