Published May 09, 2011Thankfully, another Tuesday full of great new releases is just around the corner. But if you've been growing impatient for some new music, we have a ton of new tracks, videos and album streams over in the Exclaim! Click Hear section to tide you over.
First up is a look into the Lonely Island's new release, Turtleneck & Chain. The title track, which features none other than Snoop Dogg, is just one of the many new tracks from the album that have made their way onto the internet this past week. Also, they even have a new video featuring none other than Michael Bolton out there, and you can watch that one here.
Odd Future's Tyler, the Creator has also been busy building hype for his new album, Goblin, which drops tomorrow (May 10). A featurette called "Growing Up Goblin" hit the world wide web last week and gives us a five-minute look into the early stages of the rapper's career. And for those of us who really can't wait until Tuesday, we have the new album from Booker T. Jones, The Road from Memphis, streaming in its entirety.
But we all know that there's a ton of new stuff to be looking forward to even past tomorrow and, of course, none of that will be ignored. Remember a while back when Lady Gaga unveiled her "interesting" new album cover for Born This Way? Well, her new video for "Judas" sticks to the biker theme and just might get you wanting to break out the leather for the record's release later this month.
Looking a little further into the summer, we have a new album coming from Fucked Up. David Comes to Life will be dropping on June 7, but we have four singles from the release to keep us busy until then, including "Queen of Hearts."
Next up, we have a little look into the upcoming Buddy Holly tribute album, Rave On Buddy Holly, which will feature musicians like Paul McCartney, My Morning Jacket and Patti Smith. This specific track comes to us from the Black Keys, as they cover "Dearest."
Be sure to check out these, as well as a ton of other streams, downloads and videos, at our Click Hear section.