Published Apr 06, 2012Head into the long weekend by checking out the best of Exclaim! TV over the last little while. We've rounded up the latest exclusive performances in one handy post, so read on and be sure to give these videos a watch.
First up, Calgary songstress Samantha Savage Smith stopped by the Exclaim! back deck during March's freak heat wave in Toronto and delivered two brand new tracks. The summery folk tunes matched the weather perfectly, and you can check out "It's a Burn" and "Fine Lines" now.
Just prior to the Inbreds' much-anticipated reunion sets at Canadian Music Week, one half of the East Coast duo stopped by the office to lay down a couple of solo tunes. Watch Mike O'Neill (pictured) perform "Henry" and "Calgary" from his recent solo record Wild Lines.
Exploring electronic music, we've also got the latest instalments of MUTEK's Digitalis series. Check out profile interviews and live footage of Norway's Lindstrøm, as well as the innovative Montreal art outfit Women with Kitchen Appliances. Vancouver electro dude Babe Rainbow was also featured in Digitalis recently.
Toronto's own soul-rock ensemble the Mercy Now have a new session up on Exclaim! TV as well, so head over here to see their live rendition of "Taken for Granted."
If hip-hop is more your thing, laid-back British Columbian rhymers Moka Only and Evil Ebenezer delivered two tracks from their recent ZZBRA collaboration The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Watch their performances of "Let's Roll" and "Elephant," which were filmed at Elphin Apparel in Toronto.
Be sure to catch all of these performances now on Exclaim! TV and stay tuned for more upcoming exclusive video sessions every week.