Get the Latest from Aidan Baker, Alex Calder, the Highest Order, Justin Timberlake and More in Our Music/Video Roundup
Published Mar 18, 2013It's Monday, but as you battle those blues, why not catch up on the best new music you might have missed this past week? When you're up to date, make sure you head over to our Music/Video section to be updated regularly on new songs and videos.
First up in this week's roundup is Aidan Baker's latest solo effort Already Drowning, which features guest appearances from a number of female vocalists including Picastro's Liz Hysen, Clara Engel and Maude Oswald. Although this water-themed album isn't set to drop for a month, you can get familiar with the whole album right now on Exclaim.ca.
In just over a week's time, Alex Calder will be releasing his Time EP through Captured Tracks, and Exclaim!'s got an exclusive album stream for you. Take a minute to listen to Calder's own brand of "forward-thinking" soft rock right now.
Following suit, One Hundred Dollars offshoot the Highest Order gave us an early preview of their debut album, If It's Real. Instead of the rootsy One Hundred Dollar approach you might be expecting, the newly minted band have put together an album with a "cosmic country" vibe. Listen to hear what they mean.
Justin Timberlake's The 20/20 Experience is something you've been waiting for before you even knew there was something to wait for. It's been seven long years since JT's FutureSex/LoveSounds album, and now you can finally get the total 20/20 Experience ahead of its March 19 release date.
Last but not least is New Jersey mathcore outfit the Dillinger Escape Plan's latest release, "Prancer." The band's One of Us Is the Killer album still isn't due for a couple of months, but if "Prancer" is any indication of what's to come, it looks like we're in for plenty of busy arrangements and colliding guitars.
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