March 02, 2020


#132 - Caribou, Tycho, Moses Sumney

Audioface: Music News, Reviews, & Culture
#132 - Caribou, Tycho, Moses Sumney

Show Notes

On the 132nd episode of Audioface:

REVIEWS: "Suddenly" by Caribou, "Simulcast" by Tycho, and "græ Part 1" by Moses Sumney.

New singles: "Désolé" by Gorillaz feat. Fatoumata Diawara, and  "Ecstasy EP" by Disclosure

Juvenile got Tom Steyer to get ratchet before ending his presidential run. Public Enemy splits up because of Bernie Sanders, kind of. The Suddenly review. Tame Impala shows his respect for Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner. The Simulcast review. Yeasayer accuses Kendrick Lamar and The Weeknd of copying their song, so we listen and decide. The græ Part 1 review. A Diplo concert is cut short over an attempted robbery gone wrong, and Dan has...personal news. 

Check out Sean and Dan's 2020 playlists on Spotify for their favorites of the year so far. Follow @audiofacepod on Twitter, Instagram, or YouTube for extra Audioface. We appreciate it, and you. Thank you for listening with us!

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