Well, there was no way I could possibly fit all of the local rock scene's holiday cheer into yesterday's post about free seasonal tunes. We've already got another massive load of holiday jams flying straight at your dome. Let's start with "All Is Well Tonight," a heartwarming holiday blues number from Joey and Kelly Kneiser of Glossary. Watch that one above, and follow me after the jump to find out about tunes from Turbo Fruits, PUJOL, We Own This Town and DJ Burgers.
* Turbo Time — which, duh, is the record label operated by Jonas Stein and Matt Hearn of Turbo Fruits —
will be releasing has pressed more copies of their holiday split from PUJOL and the Fruits on Friday, Dec. 23. The 7-inch — which you can order right here — is available on clear red vinyl only and features the Fruits' cover of Darlene Love's "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" as well as the PUJOL original "Shopping at the End of the World." It's six bones and there are only 300 available. Get on it!
* We Own This Town has compiled a year-end collection of local jams that — while not holiday-themed — span the whole year and make for a damn solid spread. From hip-hop (Chancellor Warhol, Classic Williams and Ducko McFli) to punk (PUJOL, JEFF and Diarrhea Planet) to country (Nikki Lane, Caitlin Rose) to joke-folk (Birdcloud and, um ... just Birdcloud), WOTT has you covered. Stream it, MP3 it, M4A it. Your call.
* Scene/Cream shutterbug and amateur scientist Steve Cross, as you may well know, sometimes spins and mixtapes under the moniker DJ Burgers. He just posted a winter mix over at his blog, and it's loaded with dancy jams. Jams out the wazoo, I tells ya! Crossburgers posted it on Soundcloud, and you can stream that shiz below.