Get the Latest from the Weeknd, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Library Voices in Our Click Hear Roundup
Published Aug 22, 2011It's Monday once again, which for many heralds a return to the dreaded workweek after a few days of relaxation. Don't let that realization get you down, because here at Exclaim! we've put together a selection of music and videos to help you make it through. Head over to our Click Hear section to check out what's new this time around. Here's a glimpse of what can be found there.
It has been five years since fans of Red Hot Chili Peppers were given new material to enjoy, so as the release of the band's new album I'm With You draws nearer, a new video has been revealed. If you're a fan of the staple rooftop gig, then check out the clip for "The Adventures of Rain Dance Maggie." And while you're at it, you may want to stream the entire I'm With You here.
Next up is another band who have taken residence in the pantheon of rock music. The soundtrack version of Pearl Jam's cover of Mother Love Bone's "Crown of Thorns" has made its way onto the internet. Being featured in the Cameron Crowe-directed documentary Pearl Jam Twenty, you can give this tribute track a spin. You can also find a brand new song from Pusha T. Featuring Kanye West and Young Jeezy, "Amen" is the latest taste of what the upcoming EP from Pusha T has to offer.
There are also some more full album streams up for grabs, including one from Regina's Library Voices, who have given fans the chance to hear their literary-infused sophomore album Summer of Lust. Then there's the new mixtape from Wale called Eleven One Eleven Theory, which in fact drew so much attention it crashed Hulk Share.
Finally, it seems that Toronto's the Weeknd has been on the tip of everyone's tongues these days. To the excitement of many, we recently saw the release of the highly anticipated Thursday mixtape. So if you want to see if the R&B eccentric is continuing with his hot streak, give it a listen.
So be sure to check out these streams, downloads and videos, as well as many more, in the Click Hear section of Exclaim.ca.