* Above is Hans Condor's video for "Time Rhyme or Reason," which features beer-bottle microphones, television smashin', white-hot riffs and unbridled good times. You may remember — as Seth Graves informed us — that the Condor released their LP Sweat, Piss, Jizz and Blood on Saturday. They're longtime East Side staples, those Condors. I remember when they used to play The Alley Cat, ranting in most awesome fashion about the "mother ship" and calling everyone "furburger."
* Glossary have a special holiday video gift for us all: It's a seasonal ditty penned by Glossary's Joey Kneiser, and it's called "A Fool's Christmas." That's bass master extraordinaire Bingham Barnes on "the bellz," in case you were wondering. Oh, and according to contributor Sean Maloney, "I think the song is about regretting stupid stuff or something." Something I can certainly relate to, holiday-wise.
* Also — and this isn't a video, but it's awesome — Nashville's Dead and Battle Tapes' Jeremy Ferguson have come together to present the latest Dead Air: It features live sets from Ben Steine’s Money, So Jazzy, PUJOL, Natural Child and JEFF the Brotherhood recorded June 4, 2010, at The End as part of a breast cancer benefit for Candice, Jeremy's fiance. Big ol' downloadable files there from a great show. Enjoy!