Run the Jewels are set to perform their latest masterpiece, RTJ4, live for the first time during a special one-off broadcast aired on Adult Swi on October 17th. 10-19. “This will be fun.”. Just The Ground Below Follow. RTJ premiered their 'Holy Calamavote' special over the weekend. Vote the bastards out of office and keep the good folks in.”, Setlist: Call Us-+91-9457657942, +91-9917344428. Homme and Staples’ collaboration, ‘Pulling the Pin’, also features on ‘RTJ4‘. At the end of both a fractious election season and a lost year for live music, the trade-off seemed more than fair. That all changed on Saturday night with the midnight broadcast of Holy Calamavote, a GOTV special produced in conjunction with Adult Swim, ice cream maker Ben and Jerry’s, and the American Civil Liberties Union. When a Twitter user accused Mike of giving “the Trump-loving governor a photo op,” the rapper replied: “Well my 86 yr old Aunt who actually risked her life in B Ham and Selma was proud and called me courageous. “We’re proud to be a part of this initiative to encourage and enable voting and can’t wait to finally perform our album RTJ4,” said Run the Jewels in a press statement. Mostly, that’s meant a shift away from performing at rallies and towards ensuring that all votes get counted safely and fairly. As the Internet goes, that ain’t bad. Rage Against the Machine’s Zack de la Rocha, Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme, soul legend Mavis Staples, and comedian Eric André are set to join El-P and Killer Mike‘s broadcast. Rage Against the Machine vocalist Zack de la Rocha and Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme joined Run the Jewels for a special performance over the weekend, helping the rap duo perform their newest album in full. Listen To RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE's Zack de la Rocha Guest On This Banger New RUN THE JEWELS Track ... Run the Jewels, zack de la rocha. The night’s close-ups particularly benefited Killer Mike. André, meanwhile, will serve as the event’s Master of Ceremonies. Run the Jewels' Killer Mike ... dubbed Holy Calamavote, marked the first live ... which also featured pre-recorded appearances by Pharrell Williams, 2 Chainz, Zack de la Rocha… Run The Jewels crafted the incendiary soundtrack 2020 needed — this is why it means so much to them Killer Mike and El-P open up on the importance of friendship and the power of … It’s hard to suss out the sincerity in any given Andre performance, and it’s made even harder by an election season that feels uniquely difficult to joke about. Run the Jewels Share New Track Featuring Zack de la Rocha “Close Your Eyes (and Count to Fuck)” boasts killer verse from the Rage Against the Machine vocalist. Situated in a tight circle ringed with video screens and dynamic lighting, the space’s setup was calibrated for maximum interplay between Killer Mike, El-P, and the handful of guests they had planned for the night. That’s it. The post Run the Jewels’ RTJ4 Adult Swim Concert to Feature Zack De La Rocha, Josh Homme, and Mavis Staples [Updated] appeared first on Consequence of Sound.. Run the Jewels are set to … That said, you might’ve detected a hint of actual desperation in an early segment in which Andre declared “vote or die is now literal” (see above). The real lessons came from the performers themselves. During a recent interview with Revolver, El-P revealed that he’d “probably” be voting for Biden because “[he’s] so goddamn desperate to see Trump out of office that [he’d] vote for fucking Chucky at this point.” In his own talk with GQ in July, Killer Mike was more skeptical, telling journalist Donovan X. Ramsey, in part: “I don’t give a shit if Joe Biden the person is moved to the left. 4) Umma lean into that cuz she did the work.”. Out of Sight Listen to music from Run The Jewels, Zack De La Rocha like Close Your Eyes (And Count to Fuck), ‎Close Your Eyes (And Count To Fuck) & more. Vote for your mayor, judges, prosecutors. run the jewels 2: close your eyes and count to fuck el-p & killer mike feat. As sonic waves of percussions and trap signatures fuel the single alongside Run The Jewels, Pharrell Williams, Zack de la Rocha heavy-hitting bars, this remix is for all those in need of satisfying their future bass fix while staying true to hip-hop. “Yankee and the Brave” still has the best beats of the year, “Ju$t” still makes you want to burn your entire wallet, and so on. For the people looking over your life. The best of these appearances were even aided by this remove. Their destination? Run The Jewels are also scheduled to open the majority of Rage Against The Machine‘s 2021 reunion tour. Academic Calendar; College Documentation The Australian producer was thrilled to remix the RTJF track, calling Run The Jewels “one of the most exciting groups out there.” “Starting as a bootleg, I was honoured to get the nod to put this record out, not only with RTJ, but also my childhood heroes Zack and Pharrell.” Run The Jewels have confirmed that Rage Against The Machine's Zack de la Rocha and Queens Of The Stone Age's Josh Homme will appear on their upcoming Holy CalamaVote stream. Watch Zack de la Rocha + Josh Homme Perform Live With Run the Jewels. The mid-album highlight was given a mini music video treatment, complete with costume changes, extras (in the form of PPE-clad men holding umbrellas over the DJ station), and a guest appearance by vocalist Gangsta Boo. Run the Jewels make a hard-to-miss statement about greed in the eye-popping video for the RTJ4 single "Ooh LA LA… Live from Somewhere: Holy Calamavote started just as the prophecy on RTJ4 foretold: with Killer Mike and El-P rolling up in a vintage Buick Grand National ready to put in some work. During the special’s few slow moments, the chat offered a surprisingly civil spot of late-night introspection. In between spammed chants of “BLM” and “Kill your masters” and arguments with a sole tenacious Trump troll, users found time to discuss what they were voting for (or against) this election season. Run the Jewels duo Killer Mike and El-P debut RTJ4 live and encourage fans to vote with the help of Eric Andre, Zack de la Rocha, Josh Homme, Mavis Staples, and others. 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In other news, Run The Jewels’ Killer Mike was recently criticised for meeting with Republican Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, who was accused of voter fraud and suppression in the past. Whatever the case, the necessities of COVID-19 forced the duo to trade people-powered crescendos for a more intimate version of their usual bombast. …oh wait there’s no one here.” Perhaps old habits die hard for El-P, or perhaps he also missed the spark provided by the crowds at Run the Jewels’ typically frenetic live shows. Run The Jewels took the stage at the Echoplex in Los Angeles this week to rock Red Bull Sound Select‘s 30 Days In L.A. series with a little help from friends Zack De La Rocha and Travis Barker. Ooh La La However, all of that gilding melted into the background the moment Killer Mike croaked out the line “I can’t breathe.” Then, a silence dropped over the set, as the duo let the final words of George Floyd, Eric Garner, and countless other Black victims of police violence hang in the now-quiet air. Loudwire. Run the Jewels have shared the music video for RTJ4 single "Ooh LA LA". The end of capitalism comes not with a bang, but with a cash-burning bonfire. Walking in the Snow And Starring Eric Andre as Himself: Overseeing the night’s proceedings was comedian Eric Andre, who spent the special posted up in a dystopian call center that channeled the energy of a telethon and a hostage situation in equal measure. Zack de la Rocha in particular has a long history with the band, having notably guested on several of their past releases while also reprising his roles at their live performances. After the initial broadcast, the televised gig will be available on Adult Swim’s YouTube channel where fans will have the opportunity to donate to the ACLU. special one-off TV performance of their latest album, ‘RTJ4’, Killer Mike on the timely arrival of Run The Jewels’ new album: “Our music feels like the soundtrack to progress”, Run The Jewels’ Killer Mike was recently criticised for meeting with Republican Georgia Governor Brian Kemp. Run The Jewels are bringing their Get Out the Vote initiative, Holy Calamavote, to fans on October 17.Airing commercial-free via Adult Swim, Holy Calamavote will feature guests Pharrell Williams, 2 Chainz, Zack De La Rocha, Mavis Staples, Josh Hommes, and more.The voter encouragement event will also provide the platform for the debut performance of Run The Jewels’ latest album, RTJ 4. That One Song: Viewers knew going in that “Walking in the Snow” was one of the best tracks on RTJ4. I don’t give a shit about liking you or you liking me. Below, a few comments worth preserving for posterity: * Didgery: Hustle up with the nerd stuff, RTJ is almost on* Tengris_Khan: If they put Killer Mike and Zach in the same room right now there would be a drone strike* DrawdeHellfire: Eric Andre is furniture Gallagher* Timkilledmyson: Vote Joe Brungus [Steve Brule emoji]* JCthulhum: Vote this asshole out and let’s never look back, Endorsed by RTJ? Yankee and the Brave (Ep. R-run them, run them jewels fast, run them, run them jewels fast Run them, run them, run them, run them, run them [Verse 5: Zack De La Rocha] It's De La … During a lighter segment, Andre also turned in a contender to replace “The Star-Spangled Banner” as the new national anthem: The Comment Section: Viewers who caught Holy Calamavote during the initial Adult Swim livestream were also treated to additional entertainment in the form of the site’s chat section, which provided a dizzying cross-section of the special’s audience. Mostly, though, the other artists found on RTJ4 opted to take their turns via video screen. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Run The Jewels, Zack De La Rocha. A performance space at Atlanta’s Tyler Perry Studios kitted out to look like a cross between a disused airplane hanger and the transporter room of the galaxy’s hippest spaceship. The Atlanta hip-hop duo of Killer Mike and El-P already owned one of the year’s most essential releases. "We’re proud to be a part of this initiative to encourage and enable voting". Because we deserve a leg up, and I’m not ashamed to say it.”. GOTV Meets WFH: We’re eight months into a global pandemic and 17 days away from the strangest presidential election in modern memory, so it’s no huge shock that this year’s get-out-the-vote efforts look drastically different than past cycles. Eventually, he continued his verse sans accompaniment and added a new chapter to the legend of RTJ in the process. Run The Jewels Announce Zack de la Rocha, Josh Homme, Mavis Staples, & More For Holy Calamavote Concert Special Peter Helman @_peterhelman | October 1, 2020 - 2:19 pm Those efforts have taken various shapes that conform to our current isolation, from the swing state organizing of Justin Vernon’s for Wisconsin initiative to charity Bandcamp compilations like Talk-Action=Zero Vol. Whether he was mugging for the camera during “Holy Calamafuck” or showcasing his seemingly bottomless lung capacity during “Goonies vs. E.T.”, the rap legend seemed genuinely happy to be back behind the mic. Enter Run the Jewels. Holy Calamafuck © 2021 NME is a member of the media division of BandLab Technologies. Once the snow began to fall on the Holy Calamavote set, they also realized that it would likely be the performance of the night, as well. This is the full encore to the show. Somehow, even in the midst of a global pandemic and a Trump reelection campaign, it wasn’t all gloom and doom. Pharrell and Zack de la Roca hovered in the background like truth-telling wraiths during “Ju$t” while Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme added abrasive guitarwork and soloing as Mavis Staples delivered her stirring vocals on “Pulling the Pin” with a gravitas more associated with antique newsreels than hip-hop shows. Hosted by madcap Adult Swim stalwart Eric Andre, the show struck up a bargain: in exchange for sitting through some voting pitches, viewers could watch the first-ever live performance of RTJ4 in its entirety.