Get the Latest from the Elwins, Feist, Timber Timbre and More in Our Click Hear Roundup
Published Nov 21, 2011Catch up on the best in new music by heading over to our Click Hear section, which as always is packed with new songs, album streams and videos. Here are just a few of the highlights.
Kicking things off with a celebratory anthem for the moustache, Newmarket, ON's the Elwins dropped a video for "Help a Bro Out (M-O-V-E-M-B-E-R)," featuring some encouraging words and excellent facial hair.
If that wasn't delightful enough, the Muppets will definitely have you smiling -- or groaning -- as Jim Henson's puppet creations cover the classic Nirvana track "Smells Like Teen Spirit." And Childish Gambino may no longer need to be introduced as Donald Glover's hip-hop alter ego after dropping Camp last week, but nevertheless he appeared on Conan to promote the new album with a performance of "Heartbeat." He made the track a little more TV-friendly by ending it with, um, "You give really adequate handjobs and it's awesome."
Red Hot Chili Peppers released a new animated video for "Monarchy of Roses," complete with the artwork of Raymond Pettibon, while Timber Timbre also shared an animated clip for their track "Swamp Magic," which revolves around, kind of unsurprisingly, a magical swamp.
There's also an experimental new album from Dixie's Death Pool this week. You can listen to The Man With Flowering Hands in its entirety now at Exclaim.ca. And finally, Canadian darling Feist debuted her new video for "How Come You Never Go There," sporting some wild down-to-the-ground hair for the song, which comes from the recently released album Metals.
Check out all of these picks and a whole lot more over in the Click Hear section of Exclaim.ca.