Get the Latest from Trinidad James, Pantha Du Prince, Wildlife and More in Our Music/Video Roundup
Published Jan 14, 2013With the holiday festivities well behind us, there is a good amount of music to keep our Music/Video section busy here at Exclaim! Check out some of the new year's latest releases below.
First off, Trinidad James released a remix of his massive hit "All Gold Everything." The rework features guest appearances by fellow Atlanta rappers T.I., Young Jeezy and 2 Chainz.
Elsewhere, drama-packed Toronto indie rockers Wildlife released a new single called "Born to Ruin. The song will be on their upcoming album ...On the Heart, which will be released on February 26.
In some full album streams, Tom Wilson (of Blackie and the Rodeo Kings and formerly of Junkhouse) will be releasing his new album The Folk Sinner as Lee Harvey Osmond tomorrow (January 15). Luckily for fans, you can stream all of the album before its release. Also, Pantha Du Prince and the Bell Laboratory are offering a full stream of their Elements of Light LP, due out tomorrow as well. The album features a symphony based around a unique instrument called a bell carillon.
Meanwhile, Hamilton, ON rockers the Dirty Nil put out their split with Northern Primitive, featuring the song "Zombie Eyed." And Momus has posted his cover of David Bowie's latest song "Where Are We Now?"