Published Oct 08, 2012As usual, our Music/Video section is teeming with a choice selection of album streams, singles and videos released over the past week. You can head there to get the details on all of the newest media available online, and check out some of the highlights from the last chunk of day below.
Kicking things off are anthemic and hooky Ladyhawk, who are finally making their return with the new album No Can Do. The record marks the Vancouver band's first new release in four years and is the third full-length of their career. You can stream the entire thing now on Exclaim.ca, and we recommend you do.
Also, Toronto noise mongers METZ have offered up their self-titled Sub Pop debut. Full of plenty of distortion and noise played loud and energetically, the album is now available to stream in its entirety ahead of its Tuesday (October 9) release.
This week also sees the full album stream of Grey Kingdom's second full-length, Light, I'll Call Your Name Out "Darkness," which was recently released via Dine Alone Records. Next, Kendrick Lamar has dropped his new good kid, m.A.A.d. city single "Compton," which features Dr. Dre and can be heard now.
As for new videos, Vancouver folk act Twin River have unveiled their latest video for the song "Can't Keep This Alive," off of their debut EP Rough Gold. Lastly, Drew Smith of the Bicycles and Matt McLaren from Steamboat have joined forces as Gentlemen of Leisure to bring us the video for their seductive track "Crying in the Dawn," which is available for viewing pleasure.
You can enjoy these picks, as well as many more streams, downloads and videos, at the Music/Video section of Exclaim.ca.