Get the Latest from Katatonia, Propagandhi, Lil B and More in Our Music/Video Roundup
Published Sep 03, 2012It's a new month, which means there's no better time to catch up on some of the newest tracks, videos and albums hitting the web this week. Whether you're looking for a must-hear record or the latest sneak peek from your favourite artist, head to Exclaim!'s Music/Video section to see which new media got the most attention last week, starting with some of the highlights below.
To start off, legendary Swedish metal act Katatonia have returned with their first album in three years, Dead End Kings, which is available to stream online. The record follows the band's 2009 album, Night Is the New Day, and incorporates some new elements into their classic melancholic sound.
Also in album streams this week is the new album from Prairie punk band Propagandhi. Their Failed States LP is set to hit stores tomorrow (September 4), but you can check it out right here at Exclaim.ca.
In videos, New Zealand's fourth most popular folk parody duo, Flight of the Conchords (obviously), debuted a clip for the song "Feel Inside (And Stuff Like That)," while rapper Lil B channels Michael Jordan on his latest 21-track mixtape, Based Jam.
And lastly, Matt Mays will be dropping Coyote, his first album since 2008, tomorrow (September 4), but you can check out a full album stream online, or take a listen to the stream for Dope Sick, the newest solo release from Vancouver hip-hop artist (and Swollen Members fixture) Madchild.
You can enjoy these picks, as well as many more streams, downloads and videos, at our Music/Video section.