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Tips for Today: Bad Movies in NYC + Autolux in L.A. + Madonna in Chicago + Simon Amstell in London

New York

The fourth live event celebrating the zine I Love Bad Movies, "Bad Movies & the People Who Love Them," will include a slideshow of terrible movies and a "Name That Flop" trivia game with prizes. We suggest getting ready for the event by watching one of our favorite masterpieces, Troll 2. [Flavorpill]

UK-based artist Rob Ryan's solo show tonight at the SOHOTEL Artspace Gallery will feature some of his signature whimsical paper-cuts and prints. The show coincides with the release of his new wall calendar, published by Rizzoli New York. [Zing]

Dark, Toronto-based electro-pop band Austra, led by the captivating Katie Stelmanis, takes to the Music Hall of Williamsburg stage tonight. [via Oh My Rockness]

Los Angeles
L.A. avant-garde rockers Autolux have been compared to acts like Jesus & The Mary Chain and Sonic Youth. Tonight, they're going to bring some shoegaze vibes to Bootleg. [Oh My Rockness]

"Design Loves Art
," an exhibit opening tonight at the Pacific Design Center,  will feature opening receptions for fifteen different galleries, which include a talk by graphic designer Paula Scher, an installation by Will Rymer, a show by Flora Kao and more. [For Your Art]


Get into the groove, open your heart, express yourself, strike a pose, etc. with the Queen of Pop herself, Madonna, tonight at Union Center as part of her MDNA tour.  [Chicago Reader]

Indie graphic novelist Noah van Sciver is out with a new novel, The Hypo, which focuses on Abraham Lincoln's depression as a youth. Who knew our 16th president was such an angsty teen? There will be a signing for the novel at the release party at Quimby's Bookstore. [Flavorpill]


Simon Amstell, the insanely cute and insanely hilarious British comedian (whom may know him from his sitcom Grandma's House and host of Never Mind the Buzzcocks) performs at the Invisible Dot in anticipation of recording his forthcoming "Numb" television special. [via Time Out]

New Zealand-based pop singer Kimbra (who you might know from a little ditty, called "Somebody That I Used to Know")  performing tonight at Union Chapel and playing from her latest LP "Vows." [Time Out]

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