Folk music is one of those things that’s changing all the time but never really changes, if you know what we mean (i.e. if you understand italics). Or maybe it’s one of those things that never seems to change but really changes all the time? Either way, it’s just as wonderful a thing now as it was fifty years ago, if not quite as popular. For proof of how wonderful it is, consider heading to Eagle Rock this Saturday for the Local Folk Music Festival. Performing are Voxhaul Broadcast (who played last summer’s Make Music Pasadena), Nico Stai, The Sea of Cortez, Summer Darling, Hi Ho Silver Oh, Telegram, and guest DJ Kevin Bronson. That’s seven homegrown folk acts—eight if you include the DJ (is there such a thing as a folk DJ?)—gathered under one roof for your folkish pleasure. What’s not to folk—er, like?