Published Sep 16, 2013This weekend was a very busy one for musical festivals, with Supercrawl in Hamilton, KOI Fest in Kitchener, Rifflandia in Victoria and New Forms in Vancouver. If you were too busy last week mentally and physically preparing yourself for the slew of live music, fear not! We've compiled the latest and greatest of what you missed on our Music/Video Roundup, below. Read all about it below, then visit Exclaim!'s Music/Video section every week for even more musical goodness.
Alt-country favourites the Sadies are set to release their new album Internal Sounds tomorrow. The band's goal this time around was to take their time, and the resulting 11-track record can now be streamed in its entirety on Exclaim.ca.
Great Lake Swimmer Tony Dekker is getting ready to release his first solo album, Prayer of the Woods, on October 8. He recently released the video for the album's title track, which, appropriately, is set in the woods. Something more rockin' is more your thing, the Archives have released a live video for their song "Come Around," part of a 7-inch series the band is putting out.
Bilingual rappers Loud Lary Ajust have just released a video for "ONO", from the new EP Ô Mon Dieu. The video features the bright beats of the song accompanied by some girls having fun drinking, eating hot dogs and finding frogs.
Vancouver favourites Said the Whale are set to release their new album hawaiii tomorrow (September 17). The album finds the band going more poppy than ever, and it's available to stream in its entirety on the site. Finally, folk-rockers Shred Kelly have released a video, recorded during the Alberta flooding, for the song "New Black." The video isn't grim in the least, though, featuring the band preparing for a sports competition against a gang of villains called the Cheetahs.
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