Published Dec 07, 2009With the weather getting colder day by day, the Exclaim! writing staff has found a pile of new tracks to help keep you warm throughout those cold winter nights. It's all waiting for you over in our ever-changing Click Hear section.
First off, we have Brooklyn's Vivian Girls covering a classic, the Chantels' "He's Gone," in which the Girls are right at home with their glittering punk sound.
Toronto's Forest City Lovers bring the song "If I Were a Tree" off their seven-inch single. The playful tune shows off their growing ability for creating lush multilayered arrangements and is just a preview as we await the release of their full-length album later this year.
Another Toronto act that is growing strong is Not the Wind, Not the Flag. Their track "Untitled 3" is an improvised wonder showing off the duo's intense connection.
Next we find Tindersticks taking a step away from their usual moody abstractions to deliver an upbeat pop number from the UK outfit's upcoming album Falling Down a Mountain, which will be released via Montreal-based Constellation Records.
Lastly, we have Live Remixing 101 from Keys N Krates, who have been making a name for themselves after recently touring across the country with such acts as Kid Cudi.
For all of these and more, head over to the Exclaim! Click Hear section.