Published Mar 14, 2011This week, you won't need the luck of the Irish to find some great tracks to drive your copious drinking of green liquids. Here at Exclaim!, we have collected some of the latest in new music for your listening pleasure. So head on over to the Click Hear section for the latest streams, downloads and videos.
Up first, long-running punks Small Brown Bike are back and will soon release Fell & Found, their first album since reuniting in 2009. The record isn't due out until April 26, but we have the track "In Need of Everything" available as a free stream. Next, Torquil Campbell is a very busy man, as the Stars member's Memphis side-project with Chris Dumont has just released Here Comes A City via Arts & Crafts. To see what's in store, we have the entire album up for streaming.
Another track has also popped up by the Strokes, with "Machu Picchu" set for their upcoming album Angles, due out March 22. With this being the third track to surface from the disc, it is clear that Angles is a mixture of the Strokes' classic form infused with some odd '80s influences.
On the other side of weird, South African pop rap crew Die Antwoord have a new video for "Rich Bitch" to precede the release of their short film during SXSW this week. If you can escape the distractions of the video, including Yo-Landi on the toilet and a pair of skull-adorned Lennon shades, you will see how catchy this track is.
Finally, it looks as if Lil' Wayne has sprung a leak in the form of "We Back Soon." It is unclear whether this track is before or after his stay with the DOC, but have a listen.
For many more streams, downloads and videos, simply head to the lively Click Hear section.