@JosephKahn The surrealism of the first season of TWIN PEAKS can be taken as a metaphor. The new TWIN PEAKS takes it literally. 1 hour 51 min ago
@katyperry @doubIewitness never to late to set an intention if you haven't been able to yet! 1 day 6 hours ago
@diddy Every minute you're not dead should be a minute spent enjoying the fuck out of life!!! #CantStopWontStop https://t.co/UwptnMMekV 12 hours 53 min ago
@diddy I want everyone to have a Bad Boy jersey this summer!!!! 50% off until Monday!! Use code “DIDDY50” Let’s gooooo!… https://t.co/KUD8bdFnVc 1 day 23 hours ago
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@markromanek RT @thenation: Men like Donald Trump do not fade gently into the night. https://t.co/6kHJyu6ntC 1 day 22 hours ago
@markromanek @tribelaw I would argue that Trump taking the Oath of Office was, at the very least, an instantaneous High Crime and/or Misdemeanor. 1 hour 8 min ago
@jus10p @jespo1024 @GStyleAtx02 @TomiLahren @BarackObama I agree and no one yells louder than trump. Glad we could find com… https://t.co/m6igjXbUk3 6 hours 47 min ago
@dannylockwood RT @Almaharel: Sofia Coppola won Best Director at #cannes2017 after 56 years of male dominance ⚡️ 70 years &Jane Campion's still only 1 to… 4 hours 35 min ago
@jus10p @Malichi007 @TomiLahren That's the spirit. Way to heal the nation! 6 hours 13 min ago
@JosephKahn Rich people used religion as a way to keep poor people hypnotized. Now they just use Trump. 8 hours 30 min ago
@markromanek RT @DanRather: Dear Pres Trump, Their names were Taliesin Myrddin Namkai-Meche + Ricky John Best. I wish we would hear you say them https:/… 1 hour 57 min ago
@MuraiHiro RT @kirstenlepore: Way late, but I made a Society6 store with Hi Stranger stuff! https://t.co/pD9eMrg5D7 So if u want this creepy throw pil… 3 hours 12 min ago
@questlove don't try to play me out like some non knowing musical newbie. obviously that was an accident. https://t.co/Ag8FXLLXPV 3 hours 59 min ago
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LEGS

The Weeknd "In The Night" (BRTHR, dir.)

If the song reminds you of Michael Jackson, then maybe the video will strike a "Smooth Criminal" chord, but only if you amp up the madness, the violence, the sex and the style. "In The Night" is a complex and nightmarish blast from the brains of BRTHR that's an homage to the past, but a decided step forward into the future.

Hercules and Love Affair "My Offence [NSFW]" (Matt Lambert, dir.)

Taking perhaps the worst curse word out there and turning it into a symbol of power — that's the underlying theme behind this clip from Hercules and Love Affair and director Matt Lambert, who blur the lines between music video and documentary much like the way the NYC gay nightlife icons featured here blur the lines between taboo and acceptance. Paris, it seems, has never stopped burning.

Andy Butler, Hercules & Love Affair: "My initial idea was to conceptualise the song through a series of filmed interviews with performance artists who explore profanity and gender in their work but I was not aiming at the fusion of music, video and documentary. When I talked to Matt for the first time he mentioned the idea of combining the two formats - music video and documentary. Fast forward 6 months to when I previewed the early edits and it kind of blew my mind"

Matt Lambert, director: "I spoke to some of the people who appear in the video for over an hour. Each of them had a different answer and different relationship to the word 'cunt' as well as the appropriation and reclamation of profane language as a means of pushing culture forward. Language, especially when dealing with issues surrounding identity, defines people's realities whether they choose to embrace or ignore language.”

MS MR "Think Of You" (BRTHR, dir.)

Believe it or not, this Ms Mr video is one of the least weird things you'd encounter on Brooklyn's public access network, BCAT. That said, this latest visual treat directed by BRTHR is still abundantly strange. Ms Mr gives a retro-styled performance as a young viewer gets increasingly hypnotized and subsumed by what he sees on-screen, until he essentially becomes one with the TV.