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- 10/24/14--16:40: The Best, Worst and Weirdest of the Week
- 10/27/14--10:30: "It's Meaner": Run the Jewels On Their New Album
- 10/27/14--12:28: KOOL A.D. Forecasts Your November Horoscopes
- 10/27/14--13:00: Our Mega Guide to Art Basel Miami Beach: Part 2
- 10/27/14--14:06: Drake is Back on His Worst Behavior
- 10/28/14--09:30: Sia, Jemima Kirke, Tavi, Joan Jett and More Star In a New Voting PSA
- 10/28/14--09:41: Listen to Nicki Minaj, Drake, Lil Wayne and Chris Brown on "Only"
- 10/28/14--10:53: Chelsea Peretti Teaches You the Art of De-Dicking a Banana
- 10/28/14--12:11: Kanye West and Theophilus London Share a New Track "Can't Stop"
- 10/29/14--08:30: Watch FKA twigs Heart-wrenching "Video Girl"
- 10/29/14--09:30: Listen to This Taylor Swift/Beyonce Mash-Up
- 10/29/14--10:00: Our Guide to the Best Halloween Parties in NYC
- 10/29/14--11:25: Why Not Dress Up Your Cool, Edgy Baby As A Pot Leaf For Halloween
Best Ghost Sighting of the Week: Last night on Jimmy Kimmel, Keanu Reeves described the time he saw a ghost when he was around six or seven, explaining that both himself and his nanny saw "a jacket waving through the doorway" missing a body and head. In the voice of Keanu himself, "whoa." -- Emily McEnroe
Most "SAME"-Inspiring Wisdom Teeth Video of the Week: Jayci Underwood's. Who doesn't want to wake up from dental surgery as Nicki Minaj with a giant check from Ellen DeGeneres? -- Kyla Bills
Best Kim Kardashian Birthday Tribute of the Week: Kanye's. Because love always wins and duh. Although, this video of Kimmy K as a sassy 13-year-old is a close second. -- Gabby Bess
Most Exciting News for every 'Basic Bitch:' On November 12th Starbucks will release the Chestnut Praline Latte nationwide. Suggested pairing: This $2000 Ugg rug. -- EM
Best Place To Get Free Beer of the Week: NY Mag's Bedford + Bowery Bazaar. On October 25th they're bringing the best of downtown and Brooklyn to the Hester Street Fair. Of course, there will be amazing eats, muzak, and beeeeeer furnished by Brooklyn Brewery. -- GB
Weirdest Irrational Fear of the Week: Taylor Swift's overwhelming fear of being framed for murder, which is definitely a fear that A MURDERER would have. I mean we're not suggesting that Taylor is a murderer but... you know... -- KB
Worst Ebola Freak Out Tweet of the Week: Donald Trump's. We like to think that Trump's twitter is actually run by a bot that automatically adds "Obama's fault" to the end of every tweet. -- GB
Most Important Ranking Of The Week: Koala fights, ranked. Everything else is irrelevant. [via Gawker]
Jim Carrey and SNL perfectly spoof those baffling Matthew McConaughey Lincoln ads. "We're just bugs on a rock in a void."
Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart: The College Years. #WOULD. [LaughterKey]
FYI,Roomba cat, also known as Roomba Shark Cat, is going as Aladdin's Princess Jasmine for Halloween this year.
Bitchiest ghosts in town. [Mlkshk]
Right click, save. [TastefullyOffensive]
Whoever made this, you're a genius and I love you. [FYouNFMe]
It's just that Danzig gets me. [BlamesaPartOfMe]
While 2013 saw the release of several albums from many of rap's heavyweights (Kanye's Yeezus, Jay Z's Magna Carta Holy Grail, Drake's Nothing Was the Same) a dark horse stood alongside them in year-end best-of lists: rap duo Run The Jewels' self-titled debut. Now, a year later, the twosome (Killer Mike and El-P) are back with a much-anticipated follow-up album (which they leaked to fans -- for free -- last Friday), Run The Jewels 2. Along with the release, the guys are coming out with a cat sounds version of the record (more on that HERE) and will be taking over Rough Trade in Williamsburg this Wednesday, giving fans the chance to hear RTJ2 in full and meet the rappers. On the heels of the album's leak, we talk to the duo about collaborating with Travis Barker, auditioning cats, and why "mushrooms and alcohol" help fuel their all-night recording sessions.
What are the biggest differences between RTJ2 and your debut?
El-P: It's got a number "2" next to it...
Killer Mike: The album cover is different.
El-P: Other than that, it's literally the same record. We just changed the cover slightly and put number "2" on it and we're re-selling the exact same record and pretending it's new. But, actually, it's harder, it's meaner, it's darker. We tried to inject and infuse the songs with things that really mean something to us.
Killer Mike: We decided to bring some of our individual thoughts and concerns that we usually reserve for our solo records and make this record heavier. Not sadder or darker in terms of gloom, but darker in terms of understanding the importance of what's going on around us right now. I remember writing a verse for a song called "Early," in which I describe a young man being stopped and frisked illegally and arrested for having 3 grams or less than an ounce of marijuana. It also describes a policeman overreacting in a situation in a working class neighborhood and a woman being murdered. All of this is done in a 16 bar verse and it's done passionately and without anger and with empathy. I'm glad that El and I decided to do it because people need to hear music that's reflective of the times.
You're donating all of the money raised on the Kickstarter to fund the cat-sounds version of RTJ2, Meow the Jewels, to Eric Garner and Mike Brown's families. What compelled you to do that?
El-P: A man's gotta stand for something. If we let injustice and death at the hands of our "protectors" slide, we're all fucked.
And, speaking of Meow the Jewels, were you surprised when the project got funded?
El-P: Yes, very much so. It was just a joke I thought of while stoned.
How did the cat auditions go?
El-P: Good batch of cats. Maybe a few stars. Hard to tell.
What's the dynamic like between the two of you when you're recording?
El-P: I'm a little bit more of a taskmaster because I'm also a producer. But we're pretty democratic when we work together because we really enjoy doing it.
Killer Mike: El likes working in the daytime and I like working really late at night.
El-P: But if you give me enough mushrooms and alcohol, I'll make it through the night.
Back to your album -- you have some interesting collaborators on it like Zack de la Rocha from Rage Against the Machine and Travis Barker from Blink-182. How'd you decide to team up with them?
El-P: For most of my career, I've done [collaborations] like this. In 2007 I released I'll Sleep When You're Dead and I had Trent Reznor and Mars Volta and Cat Power on it. We're music fans. Period. It's a thrill to be able to work with people we respect and the people on the record are all friends of ours and connected to us in different ways. The collaborations unfolded just because of our relationships -- it was organic. Mike and I have been lucky to have gotten a lot of support and feedback from people from lots of different genres of music. And, as a hip-hop producer, you're familiar with so many different genres of music because you spend the first 20 years of your life collecting records from different genres. So it would be ridiculous for me not to be in love with rock 'n' roll, soul, R&B...it would mean that I wasn't doing my job as a producer and as a music lover.
What made you want to release the RTJ2 for free?
El-P: Let me tell you a dirty little secret: when you put a record out there and you're pretending that you're not giving it a way for free -- you are giving it away for free anyway. That shit is going to be online. I'm tired of the game. Let's not pretend that you don't have the record and you're waiting for some big premiere. If my record is going to be out there for free anyway, I might as well control it and give it to you the way I want to give it to you.
To find out where you can catch Run the Jewels performing live, go HERE.
He's "got the white and the green -- and there gotta be a pint if you're looking for the lean," but don't count on iLoveMakonnen to supply the molly for your weekday turn up. On the remix to "I Don't Sell Molly No More," produced by Sonny Digital, Gucci Mane and Wiz Khalifa (who appeared on a previous mix of the song) help iLoveMakonnen renounce the drug.
Perhaps nothing with ever be as catchy or strangely necessary than iLoveMakonnen's ode to Tuesday clubbing even if "I Don't Sell Molly No More" is a decent trap track. But what we're really impressed with is Gucci Mane's uncanny ability to keep releasing new music from jail.
Trouble with love? Work problems? Mercury retrograde? Don't worry. Rapper, author of the forthcoming novel O.K. (Sorry House), and expert astrological navigator, Kool A.D. will safely guide you through the coming month.
OK, Libby: now that mercury is safely out of retrograde, I would say it's probably best to just do ur thing. Ur doing fine. Ur gonna be great, don't trip. It's all good -- just chill, stay relaxed, and don't freak out. U really are doing great.
Same thing, Scorp. Merc retro's over so just chill, do u, and stay positive. Don't over think anything. Keep that PMA (positive mental attitude). Smoke weed everyday, stay hydrated, and a couple sit-ups and push-ups wouldn't hurt. Let's say like 50 push-ups and a hundred sit-ups (or crunches, whatever, who cares) per day. If ur too embarrassed to go to yoga look up yoga moves on Youtube or something.
Keep doing u. Remember to floss when u can and buy an extra big mouthwash. At some point in ur life, try throwing out all of ur old socks and underwear and buying all new socks and underwear. It's a game changer. Do push-ups, sit-ups, smoke weed everyday, and "stay calm." If you're under 18 with no record and u see a cop car, and u happen to also be around a cinder block or whatever, then u might as well; juvenile hall is hella mellow compared to regular jail. Or shit, if ur over 18 with no record and ur bored, give it a shot too.
Don't give into self doubt. If you are decisive u will always be pretty good. And if you are decisive and motivated u can do whatever. So just do whatever, feel me? And maybe destroy some police property too. If it's convenient then why not?
Ur a good person, just remember to be patient with people. Everybody's going thru something. Get some fried chicken from Elve's on MLK, that shit crack.
U can afford to be more ambitious. Literally do whatever u want.
That same advice for PISCES goes for u too, ARIES. Aim high, or whatever. Do literally whatever u want to do.
U can ask for a raise.
U can ask for a raise too. Yes -- PISCES, ARIES, TAURUS and GEMINI can all ask a raise any time in the month of NOVEMBER. I'm right on this one, look it up.
You can sneak a raise too if u want, but u should be focusing more on FINESSING. For help, listen to FUTURE: FINESSIN. Last month was an eclipse conjunct Uranus, so compared to that this month is a piece of cake. U can drive slightly above the speed limit this month, in fact u probably should.
You really do not need a raise. You mostly need to listen to FINESSIN. U can go 10 mph above the speed limit. Look to CANCER for guidance.
Don't be hesitant to ask for assistance, Virg. Listen to FINESSIN a couple times but u already know that. Uh... PMA, el pueblo unido jamas sera vencido. No doubt. Word, OK.
Apparently there's a VIP crisis at Art Basel Miami Beach -- or maybe it's just a clusterf**k. The problem is that too many people were being admitted on Wednesday, so they've made a big change this year. Instead of hosting the "Vernissage" during the evening of December 3rd, it will now take place on Thursday morning, with the general public admitted at 3 p.m. On Wednesday, "First Choice VIPs" will still get in at 11 a.m. and "Preview VIPs" at 3 p.m. with the doors closing at 8 p.m. The change will probably leave many people scrambling to find a way in before Thursday, but it should prevent another early shut-down by fire marshals as happened in 2011. Marc Spiegler, Director of Art Basel, explains: "We are confident that this opening structure will allow us to provide our galleries with the best opportunity to spend quality time with both existing and potential patrons." Overcrowding -- or shortage of "quality time" -- has also become an issue at Basel in Switzerland and at FRIEZE London, with more VIP days and hours added to keep patrons and galleries happy.
The Wolfsonian-FIU Museum (1001 Washington Avenue, South Beach) takes a look back at how designers, artists and filmmakers responded to the First World War with an exhibition called "Myth and Machine." The show is divided into three sections: "War Machines," Unknown Soldiers" and "Loss and Redemption." They've also got an exhibition called "Remembering Tokyo" featuring 30 woodblock prints made between 1928 and 1940 by Koizumi Kishio. Be sure to check out their cool gift shop when you stop by.
The Miami Project (NE 34th Street at NE 1st Avenue, Miami) satellite fair returns to Midtown Miami for a third go-round from December 2nd to the 7th. Their VIP Preview, sponsored by 1stdibs, is on Tuesday from 5:30 to 10 p.m. and there's also a "Chrome Hearts" party to celebrate the fair on Wednesday, December 3, with a live performance by Zoe Kravitz's band Lolawolf and a DJ set by Atlanta De Cadenet Taylor.
Local Miami gallery, Locust Projects (3852 North Miami Avenue, Miami), is presenting Daniel Arsham's first major exhibition in Miami since 2010. Called "Welcome to the Future," the installation will included an excavation of the gallery's floor, filled with thousands of "calcified, 20th Century media devices." The opening reception is Thursday, December 4, 7 to 10 p.m. Meanwhile, check out James Franco while he destroys some artifacts HERE in Arsham's new short film.
The Chicago/Aspen-based artist Paula Crown is working on a big, site-specific installation called "Transportation: Over Many Miles" in the Design District at 39th Street and 1st Avenue. The work includes a 25-foot-long sculpture on a 3,200 square-foot floor, all made from reclaimed wood, glass, Astroturf, metal, plants and sand. Theaster Gates Design Apprenticeship Program is assisting with the fabrication and Chicago's Studio Gang is the architect. It will be up from December 1st through March 2015, and there's an opening reception the evening of December 4th.
Fridge Art Fair returns for second year, this time at The 3rd Street Garage (300 SW 12th Avenue, Miami) from December 4 to 9. Their "Mega Mango Miami: The Great Opening" preview is on Thursday, December 4, from 2 to 8 p.m., with an afterparty at the infamous "den of iniquity," The Ball & Chain (1513 SW 8th Street, Miami) in Little Havana starting at 9 p.m. This fair started in NYC's LES in 2013 and founder Eric Ginsburg has the right attitude: "People should not be afraid to go and see art, and it should not cost a fortune."
Perrier-Jouet launches a new, year-long collaboration with the Vienna-based art duo mischer'traxler (AKA Katharina Mischer and Thomas Traxler) called "Small Discoveries." Their aim is "to tell the story of the magical dialogue between nature and mankind" and they've created a work called "Ephemera" that will be on view at Design Miami from December 2nd to the 6th.
A new fair called Concept will be held aboard the Seafair mega-yacht, docked downtown at Bayfront Park (100 Chopin Plaza, Miami) from December 3 to 7 with VIP previews on the 2nd from 6 to 10 p.m. Over 35 international galleries are expected.
The Gale Hotel (1690 Collins Avenue, South Beach) -- that's the spot that hosted PAPER's "Tiki Disco" pop-up last year -- will open a special "rooftop" edition of the Disaronno Terrace from 7 to 10 p.m. on December 4th. DJs are TBA.
Part 1 of Our Mega Guide is HERE.
On Nothing Was The Same, Drake promised that he was coming back on his worst behavior and he's been busy shedding the "emotional Drake" with each new release. Not to tempt you, Drake, but the paranoid, revenge-tinged songs "6 God" and the previously leaked "How About Now" just make us miss the old you.
In particular, "6 God" includes the cringe-worthy line, "She ain't fuckin' with you niggas / And just like every single other thing in my life / You can have her when I'm finished." Drake! We thought you were a nice boy -- but we've been burned by "sensitive" guys before. Maybe Jezebel has it right and Drake needs an intervention, ASAP. What's worse is that the counterpoint to all that posturing, the slow jam of the trio, "Heat of the Moment" is just boring.
Now it looks like the three new songs that Drake released were just a warning shot. In a Vine that has the whole Internet up in arms, above, Drake shows off just how bad his behavior can get. He angrily throws a wad of cash on the street as he storms into Stadium Club in DC. We've got a lot of questions. But first, how can we apply to be that member in Drake's entourage who is solely responsible for picking up Drake's money when he throws it on the ground?
While we figure out the job details, you can listen to the three new Drake tracks, below:
Jim Carrey isn't the only one with a spot-on impression of Matthew McConaughey: somewhat surprisingly, Kate Hudson does an excellent job mimicking her Fool's Gold co-star's stoner drawl. The actress showed it off at last week's American Cinamatheque Awards, which was honoring our favorite Lincoln car commercial actor. Give it a watch, alright (alright alright)?
Somewhat notoriously, Mac Demarco is Twitter besties with Tyler the Creator and he shares the same gross-out, frat boy humor with the Odd Future rapper in many of his videos. But Mac's charm and talents are mysteriously endless. In the low-fi, short comedy, BACKER, Mac Demarco plays a professional car backer-upper: "Some people think it's a waste of time -- that most people don't need to be backed up. I just tell 'em 'fuck you.'" It quickly gets weird(er) and animated. Watch Mac #backthatshitup, above.
Jimmy Fallon, Charles Barkley, Ewan McGregor and Wilco's Jeff Tweedy played a rousing game of charades last night. They were...so-so. [via Tonight Show]
Cool new beverage alert! [via The Clearly Dope]
Stay tuned. [via Afternoon Snooze Button]
Give the clip a watch, above, and share it with your friends ahead of election day. A complete list of the familiar faces seen in the PSA, below:
Amy Van Doran
Ana Kayne for @prinkshop
Arrow, Wilder and Dusty Peretz
Auréole Menashe Ribes
Chanterelle Menashe Ribes
Christina, Patty Schemel and Bee
Diva Dompe, Matthew McQueen and baby Love
Elias Altman for @prinkshop
Gillian Lee Whitlock
Jesse Lee Jacobs
Kristen May Lee
Lola Rose Thomson
Melissa Auf der Maur
Riley Destefano DeLuise
River Auf der Maur - Stone
Sarah Alice Moran
Sarah Sophie Flicker
Tracee Ellis Ross
Nicki Minaj, Drake, Lil Wayne, and Chris Brown (not pictured nor invited to Nicki's ménage) have teamed up for "Only," another ode to bad bitches. Unfortunately, the new single follows the news that The Pinkprint's release has been pushed back to December 15th.
Even now, in the context of the song, the track's cover art seems unexplainable. But we're guessing that Drake is pictured in that ridiculous pope hat as a sign of the divine strength that it took to appear on a track with Chris Brown. Listen to "Only," above.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine's Chelsea Peretti already likes to think of herself as One of the Greats. But from the looks of it, her new Netflix comedy special, which premieres November 14th, completely eviscerates the tradition of male comics before her. She asks the tough questions like, What's worse: a fedora or killing 15 people? And she also addresses the REAL SERIOUS problem of how we, as women, can reclaim the banana as a delicious snack. Watch the hilarious trailer for One of the Greats, above.
Kanye West has taken the New York MC Theophilus London under his gilded wing. London's sophomore album Vibes! can boast West as an executive producer and the track "Can't Stop," which you can stream, above, features an excellent verse from Kanye West himself. The avid lover of Ralph Lauren is trying to make "Ralph" a thing ("Everything she was doing was cool / but it ain't Ralph though") and, apparently, you can't stop him.
Previously, London's been spotted at one of Yeezus' mythic Paris Fashion Week listening parties for his forthcoming album.
In a press release, London spoke more on his time with 'Ye in Paris:
"Kanye West decided he wanted to help the culture through my voice and music. He wanted to help me become a better musician and helped mentor me during the process of Vibes! He agreed to be Executive Producer after hearing "Neu Law" in his car system while driving through Paris."Stream the Kanye-produced Vibes!, out November 4th, above.
Watch Daniel Radcliffe rap Blacklicious' insanely hard "Alphabet Aerobics" on the Tonight Show last night.
If you need us, we'll be watching this video of a baby goat saying "what what" on repeat all day. What it do, little goat. [TastefullyOffensive]
Just a dog ecstatically bouncing on a bed to start your Wednesday. Bless. [Jezebel]
Someone set this old footage of creepy-ass Shriners dudes and their wives turning up at a party in the '60s to Whiz Khalifa's "Black and Yellow." It's magic/disturbing.We couldn't look away. [Gawker]
This cat needs a cool sax SO BAD. [Mlkshk]
FKA twigs has made a name for herself for a lot of reasons -- her soulful-yet-ethereal voice, her distinct style, her dancing -- but perhaps one of the biggest is her cinematic, no-holds barred videos, which have featured everything from black-and-white scenes exploring submission and control to Queen of the Damned-style theatrics. Today the UK singer has released a new clip for "Video Girl," off her debut album LP1 and it may be her boldest production yet. Directed by Kahlil Joseph, the video shows twigs alternately dancing and watching a prisoner receive a lethal injection and at one point the music fades away completely and we see a man whose grills are covered in blood. Give it a watch, above.
Halloween Daybreaker Aboard the Hornblower Infinity
Start your Halloween celebration off bright and early with a 6am dance party cruise on the Hudson. Yes, 6am is a frightful hour (pun intended), but there will be breakfast on-board, live music, DJ sets, and, of course, COFFEE. So fear not -- you'll even be back in time for work.
Hornblower Infinity -- Hudson River Park (Pier 40), 350 West St. Thursday October 30, 6:30AM - 8:45am; tickets are $35 and available here.
HalloQueens! Presented by Susanne Bartsch at MoMA PS1
MoMA PS1's annual Halloween Ball is back in full effect and this year they've teamed up with Susanne Bartsch. They'll be celebrating all things Queen (thought starters include: Queens of Mean, Rock Queens, Queen of the Night) in addition to their current exhibitions, with Boychild, Telfar Clemens, Steven Klein, Eckhaus Latta and more as your royal hosts. Place your bets now for how many Queen Beys you'll spot while dancing to tunes spun by Amber Valentine and Måns Ericson. And don't split out of Queens when the party's over -- after midnight there will be a haunted warehouse after party.
MoMA PS1, 22-25 Jackson Ave, Long Island City. Friday, October 31, 8pm - midnight; tickets are $15 (After Party is $30) and available here.
There's probably no better pairing than Halloween and Hedwig. For this Hedwig and the Angry Inch-themed bash, DJ duo Andrew Andrew will be on jams duty as you trail glitter around the dance floor. Remember: glitter is a costume in itself and don't let anyone tell you otherwise.
The Lambs Club Bar, 132 West 44th Street. Friday, October 31, 9pm - 1am; tickets are $25 and available here.
BABËL New York Presents The Last Ball Halloween Extravaganza at the home of Queen of The Night in collaboration with LVMH & No.8
The Last Ball promises to be a sinister, "sensual experience" and you're encouraged to dress the part. So unleash your glamorous dark side to the sounds of Guy Gerber and Behrouz in the underground level of the Paramount Hotel.
Queen of the Night, 235 W 46th St. Friday, October 31st, 11:30pm - 5am; SOLD OUT
Famous in Bushwick Horror Ball at Tandem
Get your best turnt-up-at-the-club-meets-spooky costume out for Famous in Bushwick's first Halloween Horror Ball. The best dressed of the night will be crowned King and Queen and take home $150 -- which you know you need to make rent this month.
Tandem, 236 Troutman St., Brooklyn. Friday, October 31, 10pm - 4am, FREE; RSVP here.
Ladyfag and Seva Granik are back with SHADE just in time for Halloween. This iteration promises to be even bigger and better than before and will have Matrixxman, Physical Therapy, and Michael Magnan DJing the #blessed night. There'll also be "baptisms" by Amanda Lepore, Chromat, PAPER's own Drew Elliott, ADHOC, VFiles and more.
Undisclosed Location. Friday, October 31, 11pm-6am; SOLD OUT.
Once again, Sleep No More is celebrating Halloween in theatrical style at The McKittrick Hotel. Their party, INFERNO, will last for two nights, following the Thursday, October 30th and Friday, October 31st performances of Sleep No More. The night will also feature bottomless drinks, live music and DJ sets, and a "Last Supper" dining experience.
The McKittrick Hotel, 530 West 27th St. Thursday October 30 and Friday October 31, 10:30pm - Late; tickets range from $75 - $325.
Fuck Halloween with FuckJerry at the Gilded Lily
Gilded Lily, 408 West 15th St. Friday, October 31st, doors at 10PM; RSVP email@example.com.
House of Field Halloween Party with Frankie Sharp at LOVEGUN
Westgay's Frankie Sharp is turning his latest bash, GIRLS, into GHOULS for Halloween night. Party with the outrageous House of Field and the Cockyboys in Williamsburg, with music by DJ LINA and more.
Lovegun, 615 Grand Street, Brooklyn. Friday, October 31st, doors at 10pm; tickets are $10 at the door before midnight.
Reggie Watts is currently the undisputed master of comedic song and dance. Now he's teamed up with the Australian duo, Flight Facilities for "Sunshine," a full-on funk jam complete with glorious Saturday Night Fever dance moves on the Venice Beach Boardwalk.
In the video, above, Reggie Watts stars as a cluelessly ambitious movie producer who envisions an instant Halloween classic "Sunshine," a Twilight meets Happy Days (or Happy Days meets Twilight -- he's flexible) teen horror flick, which comes to fruition at the end of the hilarious clip. Watch "Sunshine," above.