Jeff Rosenstock released his great new album NO DREAM earlier this year on Polyvinyl, and last night (7/1) he did an all-request livestream to benefit various Black Lives Matter, bail and transgender funds.

Jeff pulled the requests out of a bucket and played whatever he pulled, which led to funny things like Jeff opening his set with a "Margaritaville" cover, and you could tell he was in great spirits, going with the flow, and having fun with it the whole time. He ended up doing a bunch of Bomb the Music Industry! songs, one Arrogant Sons of Bitches song, one by his short-lived Kudrow project, and a few from I Look Like Shit, the 2012 solo album he put out before his solo career had its more "proper" start with 2015's We Cool? (which he played "Novelty Sweater" from during this stream). He also covered Tom Jones' "What's New Pussycat?", "I Don't Wanna Die" by Japanese punks Ging Nang Boyz, and "The Verge" by Jeff's friends Bad Moves. He did a few NO DREAM songs too. Oh, and he made sure to use an Instagram filter on his video, obviously. You can watch the full hour-and-40-minute set (in two parts) and check out the full setlist below.

Jeff's also still taking donations HERE if you can help out while you watch.

Jeff's also one of the 44 artists on the Save Stereogum 2000s covers compilation, which you can back on IndieGoGo to help save Stereogum.

For more Jeff Rosenstock, check out our Q&A with him and his list of 10 songs that influenced his new album.

Setlist (via)
Margaritaville (Jimmy Buffett cover)
I Don't Wanna Die (Ging Nang Boyz cover)
Hurricane Waves (Bomb the Music Industry! song)
The Shit That You Hate (Bomb the Music Industry! song)
The Verge (Bad Moves cover)
Don't Destroy Yourself (Bomb the Music Industry! song)
Sort of Like Being Pumped (Bomb the Music Industry! song)
Novelty Sweater
State Line
Amen
f a m e
Dramamine
Campaign for a Better Next Weekend (Bomb the Music Industry! song)
What's New Pussycat? (Tom Jones cover)
Wednesday Night Drinkball (Bomb the Music Industry! song)
80's Through The 50's
The Internet Is Everywhere.
The Guy From Subway (The Arrogant Sons of Bitches song)
Favreau (Kudrow cover)
Scram!