Get the Latest from Klaxons, Arcade Fire, Dr. Dre and More in This Week's Click Hear Roundup
Published Nov 22, 2010Mondays are tough, but in efforts to make things a bit better, we've gathered up the best of Click Hear. So get over that nasty case of the Mondays by checking out the best of the most recent music streams, downloads and videos.
Unless you work at a porno store, Klaxons' new "Twin Flames" video (pictured) is super NSFW. What begins as a drum circle soon turns into an orgy of lubed-up conjoined man-woman hybrids. Needless to say, it's a little gross/fascinating.
If you thought Willow Smith's smash hit "Whip My Hair" would be better if Jimmy Fallon posing as Neil Young sung it, well, you're in luck. Check out the pitch-perfect impression and watch for the real-life Bruce Springsteen join in for a hilarious duet halfway through.
Waiting times for Dr. Dre's endlessly delayed album, Detox, are out of control. But the legendary rapper/producer has leaked the new track "Kush," which features Akon and Snoop Dogg to keep us entertained. And "What's My Name," the Rihanna and Drake collaboration, has finally received the video treatment.
Then Arcade Fire have teamed up with director Spike Jonze for their newest video "The Suburbs." And finally, Spoon have a new video for the track "Nobody Gets Me But You," which is taken straight from the security cameras of the miniature NYC venue the Cake Shop.
For all these streams, downloads, videos and more, check out the Exclaim! Click Hear section.