October 05, 2021


#205 - Meek Mill's "Expensive Pain", RAY BLK, Pond, No Chill Island #19

#205 - Meek Mill's "Expensive Pain", RAY BLK, Pond, No Chill Island #19
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#205 - Meek Mill's "Expensive Pain", RAY BLK, Pond, No Chill Island #19

Oct 05 2021 | 01:40:30


Show Notes

On the 205th episode of Audioface:

REVIEWS: "Expensive Pain" by Meek Mill, "Access Denied" album by RAY BLK, and "9" by Pond

New Singles: "Never Be In Love Again" by Midnight at 7, "Weeknights" by Ryan Egan, "My Universe" by Coldplay feat. BTS, "The Beachland Ballroom" by IDLES, "Pondiecherry " by DJ Snake & Malaa, "Fallen Star"  by The Neighborhood, and "LOVE" by Grimes.

The halftime show lineup for Super Bowl 2022 looks very promising. The Expensive Pain review. Glastonbury festival pee is bad for Mama Earth. The Access Denied review. Foals' keyboardist dips out of the band, and Ariana Grande has a scary encounter. The 9 review. And we did it: Britney is actually, officially, free!

On the 19th installment of NO CHILL ISLAND: Grimes and Elon Musk break up, Morgan Wallen's promised donations to Black organizations come up short, R. Kelly is found very guilty, Emily Ratajkowski confirms our distaste for Robin Thicke, Kanye West cancels Chris Brown, Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne have a problem with their brand that Dan is in the middle of, Everybody Hates Machine Gun Kelly, and Eminem serves up Mom's Spaghetti.


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