Last night at midnight (technically this morning, 10/18), Run The Jewels did their first live performance since releasing their excellent album RTJ4. The performance was an Adult Swim and Ben & Jerry's presented, Eric Andre-hosted livestream called Holy Calamavote, and it was intended to inspire voter turnout and raise money for the ACLU. As of this post, they've raised over $6,000 and you can still donate.
As promised, Killer Mike, El-P, and DJ Trackstar performed the new album in full, and they were joined virtually by several of the album's guests on the big screen behind them (including Zack de la Rocha, Josh Homme, Mavis Staples, Pharrell, 2 Chainz, Mr. Muthafuckin' eXquire, and Cochemea), and in person by Gangsta Boo and Greg Nice. They did the performance in an empty venue with a full light show (and other visuals like fake snow during "Walking In the Snow"), and they really gave it their all, performing as if there was an IRL crowd to feed off of. It was an awesome performance, and you can watch the official archive of the full stream below.