Published Jul 01, 2013If there's one thing knighted Irish singer Sir Bob Geldof has taught us, it's that even wealthy humanitarians hate Mondays. So start the workweek right by checking out our newest edition of Exclaim!'s Music/Video roundup. We've taken a look at some of the recent album streams, songs and audio-visuals filling the web, but don't forget to visit our Music/Video section for even more new tunes.
First up, West Coast rap vet Madchild's upcoming solo LP Lawn Mower Man won't be gracing storefronts until August 6. But until then, scope out the Battle Axe Records CEO's new video for "Underground King."
Not to be outdone, Canadian hip-hop godfather Maestro Fresh Wes provides some true patriot love in his video for Orchestrated Noise single "Black Trudeau," while Canuck supergroup Mounties deliver another promo clip ahead of their debut album with "If This Dance Catches On."
Folky roots-rock five-piece the Treasures show why hell hath no fury like a woman scorned in their video for "Crossed the Wrong Woman," and Toronto rapper D-Sisive drops his old moniker for his first release as Derek Christoff & the Arkeologists with the d.ark tape.
Last but not least, PEI indie rockers North Lakes may have only released their sophomore LP, Grand Prix, a little over a year ago, but the band already has two more singles waiting in the wings. Listen to new track "Queen of Cyprus" now, and tide yourself over until their August 8 concert in Charlottetown by watching the band perform the tune live at their hometown farmers market.
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