Get the Latest from Jim Guthrie, Northcote, Bravestation and More in our Music/Video Roundup
Published May 06, 2013With tons of music being released daily, it's easy to fall behind on all the newest material. But never you fret, dear music listener: Exclaim! is here to help you wade through the masses with our weekly Music/Video Roundup. We've compiled a list of some of this week's best new music below, but if that's not enough, head on over to our Music/Video section to hear all the latest releases.
It's been a full decade since we last heard a proper new solo album from Canadian folk-troubadour Jim Guthrie, but the long wait is now over. His new record, Takes Time, hits shelves tomorrow (May 7), but you can stream the album in its entirety on Exclaim.ca.
Folk rocker Matt Goud is also back as Northcote on a new self-titled LP. You can listen to the whole album now, as well as the new release from electro-minded UK outfit Still Corners, Strange Pleasures.
Next up we have Michael Feuerstack, who recently dropped his Snailhouse moniker for his upcoming solo release Tambourine Death Bed. Name change aside, Feuerstack continues his longstanding tradition of esoteric indie rock on his latest album, which features performances by avant-garde instrumentalist Colin Stetson and the Arcade Fire's Jeremy Gara.
For some visuals, this week we have a very NSFW clip from the Flaming Lips, who have given us video for their Terror track "Your Lust."
Finally, Toronto indie troupe Bravestation may have released their debut LP just under a year ago, but the three-piece outfit haven't let up, with a four-song EP titled IV dropping on May 14. For a taste, you can listen to the new track "All We Have Is Us."