Published Mar 03, 2014Welcome, one and all, to March, the month in which the sky starts turning blue again, various green-coloured food and drinks flood the market and, like every month, we get a bunch of new music and videos. Here are a few picks from the past week's streaming goodies to help guide you into an exciting new month.
First off, we got a new video from Australian pop-rockers the Jezabels for their song "Angels of Fire." Off their new record The Brink, the video shows the band singing their song in various parts of a city, sporadically jumping from amusement parks to graveyards to the base of a bridge, disappearing and reappearing in a ghostly manner.
Canadian indie-rock supergroup the Mounties shared their new record, Thrash Rock Legacy. The 14-song album comes from Hawksley Workman, Hot Hot Heat's Steve Bays and Limblifter's Ryan Dahle, and touches on a variety of musical flavours throughout the tracks, including rock, pop and a bit of reggae.
Fresh off the release of his new album, Oxymoron, Schoolboy Q stopped by The Arsenio Hall Show for an energetic performance of "Man of the Year." On top of Q's energetic performance, he was supported by a full backing band and included a little guitar soloing for some added colour.
Montreal songwriter and ex-Blue Violets member Kandle shared her cleverly named debut solo LP, In Flames. The record's 11 tracks come with a dark edge and feature production by Sam Goldberg of Broken Social Scene and Kandle's father Neil Osborne of 54-40.
Finally, Sprïng, formerly known as the SSRIs, also shared a new album. Celebrations features tracks ranging from art-pop to prog-punk with plenty of noise and shredding to boot, and it's available to stream now.
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