We kicked off our Hump Day with a hearty blast of Euro-style JEFF action, so let's keep the performance-vid theme going with a quick triple-shot of local talent, shall we?
* Glossary frontman Joey Kneiser is known to do the solo thing from time to time, and he recently shot the above performance of "Valessa" from Glossary's 2007 release The Better Angels of Our Nature in his kitchen. It's labeled "Episode 1" of "Kitchen Songs," so fingers crossed there's more to come from the thoughtful Southern-rockin' southpaw.
* Up next is Nashville's very own answer to Dan Deacon, Tyler Walker and his Meth Dad. The local electro-party boy shot a performance of his tune "Nobody Gets Hurt" (with a vocal assist from
a young lady whose name I can't seem to track down, so please share if you know Taylor Aleese Jensen) along with with a DJ set (see both clips after the jump) for OurVinyl.tv. You can almost taste the party streamers and bong residue. Dig in.
* And finally, local garage-punkin' bad boys Bad Cop recently shot an acoustic rendition of "My Dying Days" (the best song from last year's Light On EP) for French Kiss Records' YouTube channel. Bad Cop's label Jeffery Drag Records is of course a part of the French Kiss label group, if you're wondering about that connection. Peep that performance after the jump as well.