Get the Latest from the Wooden Sky, Metallica and Lou Reed, and Childish Gambino in Our Click Hear Roundup

Get the Latest from the Wooden Sky, Metallica and Lou Reed, and Childish Gambino in Our Click Hear Roundup
If you're feeling out of the loop, check out our Click Hear section for all the latest new videos, tracks and album streams. With selections that range from Rihanna to William Shatner, we've seriously covered all the bases this week.

First up, the Wooden Sky are releasing their new EP City of Light tomorrow (October 25), but you can listen to a stream of the whole thing now at Exclaim.ca. Featuring six new tracks from the Toronto roots rock outfit, this EP is definitely worth a listen. Metallica and Lou Reed have also made their collaborative new album available to stream. The much-anticipated Lulu has the potential to be one of the greatest/worst projects ever conceived; have a listen and decide for yourself.

Donald Glover's hip-hop alter ego Childish Gambino's years-old remix of Broken Social Scene's "Hotel" recently surfaced, speeding up the track's pace, but not adding any rap verses. And Rihanna released a new video for "We Found Love," which features Calvin Harris and stars the singer in a tumultuous onscreen relationship that involves getting stoned with her boyfriend, who then tattoos "MINE" on her behind. Probably still a step up from Chris Brown.

Coldplay's new video for "Paradise" showcases the band dressed up in elephant costumes escaping a zoo and roaming the wild. But if those videos sounded strange, check out William Shatner's new clip for his cover of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody." The 80-year-old's face appears in the stars, as he serenades a couple of teens (with space salmon on backup vocals).

Check out these highlights, plus many more, in our Click Hear section at Exclaim.ca.