* Hear “Rich Stuff” and “Telling Me Lies,” the latest tunes from The Non-Commissioned Officers, over at The Non-Comms’ Bandcamp page. They’ve been playing “Rich Stuff” for a minute, but here you have a pristine version. Worthy streamage.
* By now, everybody knows that Mumford and Sons played a super-stealthy house show over the weekend, and that a certain Gyllenhaal may have pulled a “Mulligan” there. But if you want some primo performance footage, Vimeo user David Da Silva has it. Does the main Mumford remind anyone else of Ken Marino?
* Hepatitties is a project helmed by Square People member Christopher Murray, and you can download their six-song EP, A Taste for Peaches, for free. “Damn High” is my jam, as it happens. Busy, schizophrenic bedroom punk. Also, see Square People Feb. 17 at Open Lot and Feb. 23 at Betty’s.
* And just to make sure we’re not the only people on The Internet who haven’t mentioned it, The Strokes have a new single called “Under Cover of Darkness” from their forthcoming record, Angles. You have to sign up for their newsletter to get it. Or, you know, you can just hear it embedded after the jump.