Articles tagged run the jewels

Run the Jewels: Meow the Jewels

The jewel runners go full Cheezburger, pointing claws and snatching collars in the finest feline-based album in the history of everdom.

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Run the Jewels - “Rubble Kings Theme (Dynamite)” (Singles Going Steady)

I think most would be content to here Killer Mike and El-P rap the phone book at this point, but I for one am glad to hear a non-cat related Run the Jewels project come out this year.

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Run the Jewels Are Feline Just Fine With Their Purrfectly New ‘Meow’ All-Cat Rap Remix Album

Meow the Jewels is just the kind of wake-up hiss we need right now.

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Northside Festival 2015: Run the Jewels & The Very Best + Heems (Photos)

Northside festival serves as the unofficial start of summer in Brooklyn as it brings a ton of (often free) music, film and tech events.

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Run the Jewels, Mac DeMarco, and More Hop in the Black Cab for Field Day

The back of a London black cab may not be the most spacious of venues, but artists like Run the Jewels know how to make the best of it.

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Run the Jewels - “Early” (video)

Socially conscious and musically inventive in the way we've come to expect from Run the Jewels, the animated video to "Early" is a real ear and eye-grabber.

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Run the Jewels: Run the Jewels 2

A bluesy howl of addictive beats, political fury, and hypnotic technique, the sequel to Run the Jewels' triumphant debut bests the original in every way.

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Run the Jewels (El-P and Killer Mike) - “Get It” (stream)

The new song from hip-hop odd couple El-P and Killer Mike continues the synergy found on their outstanding 2012 solo efforts, finding the duo sliding into a masterful, sinister comfort zone that's the equivalent of two super villains doing battle over the world right before they decide to conquer it together.

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//Mixed media

Because Blood Is Drama: Considering Carnage in Video Games and Other Media

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to dismiss blood and violence as salacious without considering why it is there, what its context is, and what it might communicate.

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