1) Knock and Rock is a new, and remarkably bold web series created, directed and edited by Kalen Egan, which features local bands, knocking on the doors of strangers in the neighborhood, and performing "impromptu concert sets". Watch below Episode #16 (I guess I overstated its "new"ness) in which Radars to the Sky plays a live set for a family of musicians. Stay until the end if you want to see a tiny child play the drums along with the band (and keep better rhythm than I could. The webseries is produced and recorded by Noelia Estrada and shot by Sam Molleur and Kalen Egan.
3) Father John Misty is J. Tillman, formerly of the Fleet Foxes (RFSL Brad is a big fan!), and is playing on Friday at the Natural History Museum for First Fridays, along with AA Bondy. Here is Father John Misty with "Nancy From Now On"
And AA Bondy covering the oft-covered Hank Williams classic "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" on WNRN.
4) And finally, here's a live performance by Icelandic post-rockers For a Minor Reflection at the Air d'Islande 2012 festival in Paris. The song is "Okyrrd".
Is that all there is? If that's all there is, then let's keep dancing, break out the booze, and have a ball. If not, email me at rfsljed at gmail dot com with your band's newest video.