November 01, 2021


#209 - Ed Sheeran's "=", The War on Drugs, A$AP Rocky

#209 - Ed Sheeran's "=", The War on Drugs, A$AP Rocky
Audioface: Music News, Reviews, & Culture
#209 - Ed Sheeran's "=", The War on Drugs, A$AP Rocky

Nov 01 2021 | 01:06:53


Show Notes

On the 209th episode of Audioface:

REVIEWS: "=" by Ed Sheeran, "I Don't Live Here Anymore" by The War on Drugs, and "LIVE.LOVE.A$AP" by A$AP Rocky.

Mini Review: "Something For Thee Hotties: From The Archives" by Megan Thee Stallion

Fetty Wap gets ambushed by feds before performing at a festival. The = review. Björk details her upcoming album. The I Don't Live Here Anymore review. KISS roadies blame poor COVID protocols for the death of a crew member. The LIVE.LOVE.A$AP review. Father shoots son over his guitar playing, and Lil Yachty powerfully trolls Drake. 


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