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Asians”  by Steve Byrne. I’ve been familiar with Byrne for more than a decade, a favorite of comedy specials on television of my adolescence. I’ve drifted away for a bit, missed the boat on Sullivan and Son’s, and vaguely remember his depiction of megalomaniac Dane Cook on WTF w/ Marc Maron. Listening to his latest album Champion, revealed how different the two of us have become: I, more sensitive; Steve, more blunt. I mean, he’s objectively funny, and discussing stereotypes is fine, but just pointing at them as irrefutable, or absolving yourself from the fray, or not having some new twists adds nothing to my palette. It might not vibe with current me, but this track is the best representation of his style if you’re interested in seeing him this week at the punchlinesf​.

Heckled” by Johnny Taylor. Taylor has been on an impressive run as of late, reached number 7 on the iTunes Comedy charts, has a great podcast and crushing it beyond his years. I love how vulnerable, flawed, and unapologetic he is, as shown here with his regretful ruthlessness regarding hecklers. See him at Doc’s Lab this Thursday day with

Pussy Knee” by Keith Lowell Jensen. The Batman to Taylor’s Nightwing, Keith Lowell Jensen is a perennial favorite from Sacramento. Cordial, goodnatured, acerbic gentleman with a newsie cap crafting stories such as “Pussy Knee”, which captures the strange heaviness of childhood. To reiterate, he’s performing at Doc’s Lab with Johnny Taylor on Thursday.

Things Men Do” by Luenell. I love, love, love a comic with FORCE! Luenell harkens back to a childhood fascination with raw honesty that makes comedy the nectar for the salt of the earth. This track is proof that you can’t hold Luenell down, and if you try, she’ll disembowel you with guttural glee. See her this week at Tommy T’s in Pleasanton.

Proper Pillow Protocol” by Fortune Feimster. I’m surprised/bummed there’s barely any Fortune Feimster on Spotify—or that there’s no album available elsewhere. She’s so…fascinating. Her comedy comes from a very real place, and since she’s lived—and is living—a full life, she has a plethora of interesting narratives at her disposal. One such narrative is her relationship with her pillow, that provides all the flourishes of humor and candor that I’m constantly intrigued by. See her at cobbscomedyclub this weekend

Fry-up all night

MIX-CLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Perrie on Zayn’s cooking, wedding & comeback hit

WHEN ZAYN MALIK was still in 1D it looked unlikely he’d ever have the time to marry PERRIE EDWARDS.

But now LITTLE MIX are back with brilliant new single Black Magic, it’s HER career delaying the big day.

In an exclusive interview, Perrie admitted: “I don’t know when the wedding will be. We’re still planning it but I’m so busy with Little Mix now Black Magic is coming out.

“Me and Zayn want it to be perfect, so as soon as I have a bit of time we’ll plan it. I doubt it will be this summer — but I’ll let you know!”

I’ll hold you to that, Perrie.

Before things really kick off for Perrie, JESY NELSON, LEIGH-ANNE PINNOCKand JADE THIRLWALL, she’s getting as much time in with Zayn as possible.

Perrie said: “It’s nice to see more of him now. We spend a lot of time in the kitchen, he’s a great chef.”

Perrie’s bandmate Jesy revealed more, saying: “They never stop cooking, that’s all I ever hear. Every time she comes in she’s like, ‘Zayn made me this’ and ‘Zayn made me that’. I’m like, ‘Can he cook me a meal?’ ”

Black Magic is the first taste of Little Mix’s third album, and it should send them to the top of the charts around the world.

The X Factor winners’ album will follow later this year, two years since their last, Salute.

It’s a long time for a pop act to wait between records.

Jesy said: “We’ve been away a while because we wrote an album, sat with the record label and we thought, ‘Nope, it’s not good enough’.

“We recorded a whole album but we’re perfectionists and knew we could do better. So we scrapped it and started again.

“It was very stressful, it just wasn’t happening.”

LEIGH ANNE continued: “The main problem is we just couldn’t find a single. Then we heard Black Magic and our prayers had been answered.

“There’s an Eighties vibe to it and a classic pop sound.”

Jade said: “Salute was very R&B and dark, this album is more fun. And there’s a lot of banter on it.”

Songwriters on there include ED DREWETT, JESS GLYNNE and JESSIE J, who Jesy says has written a “very honest and personal stripped-back song” for them.

Perrie said: “I think the Jessie collaboration is a song the fans will like.

“And a lot of the cheeky banter on the album comes from Jess Glynne, she’s one of the most fun people to be around.”

As usual, the girls have all penned lyrics on the new album, and now they’re writing for other people too.

I revealed earlier this month that they have writing credits on BRITNEY SPEARS and IGGY AZALEA’s huge single Pretty Girls.

Jade said: “We wrote it with MAEGAN COTTONE, who we’ve written a lot of this album with. We loved the song but it wasn’t really for us so we put it out there and, lo and behold, Britney wanted it.”

Perrie adds: “We were in the studio when we found out, none of us could believe it. I cried!”

Now the girls want to meet Britney, who they’ve loved since they were kids.

Jesy said: “We haven’t heard directly from her but you never know.”

Britney owes Little Mix a meeting now they’ve written her a hit single.