Published May 18, 2012As always, we've been hard at work keeping you entertained with new videos of exclusive performances on Exclaim! TV. Now it's time to round them all up. We've got full-band performances, interviews and some solo acoustic performances as well. Check out some of what's in store below.
First up is a new series called Parental Advisory, where we've team up with our friends at AUX to sit down with different artists to take a look into the way parents help shape some of our country's finest musicians. This week, we sat down with Wes Marskell of the Darcys and Max Kerman of the Arkells. The show aired on AUX TV this past Sunday (May 13), but Exclaim! will be posting segments from the new show every Monday, so stay tuned.
Then we have Mark "Bone" Boland and Paul McKenzie of the Real McKenzies, who paid us a visit before they headed out on their North American tour in support of the group's latest record Westwinds. For Exclaim! TV, the two band members played us an acoustic rendition of their song "Nessie," which is from their 2001 release Loch'd and Loaded.
We were also lucky enough to catch up with the Drums at the Phoenix in Toronto. They treated us to an acoustic rendition of their song "Days," which is off their sophomore album Portamento.
Meanwhile, Spencer Burton, also known as Grey Kingdom, treated us to two new songs on our own back porch. We shared "Untitled" a little while back, and this week we just posted the second new song, "Dark Passing of Love."
Finally, the Burning Hell and and a sax-equipped Stanley Brinks delivered a live rendition of "Last Winter," which is from the band's 2010 release This Charmed Life. And after that Berlin-based folk pop artist Freschard performed her unreleased track "Last Plane Arrive," while being backed by the Burning Hell.
To view these videos and more head over to Exclaim! TV and make sure to stay tuned for more videos with Title Fight, Father John Misty and other instalments of Parental Advisory with the Flatliners, Tokyo Police Club and Austra.