November 22, 2021


#212 - Adele's "30", Parcels, Rezz

Audioface: Music News, Reviews, & Culture
#212 - Adele's "30", Parcels, Rezz

Show Notes

On the 212th episode of Audioface:

REVIEWS: "30" by Adele, "Day/Night" by Parcels, and "Spiral" by Rezz.

New Singles:  "Intimidated" by KAYTRANADA feat. H.E.R., "Meant To Be" by Norman Lake, "mememe"  by 100 gecs, and "2010" by Earl Sweatshirt. 

Rapper Young Dolph is shot and killed at age 36 as the music industry mourns his legacy. The 30 review, and Adele uses her powers for good. Tidal makes interesting changes to their pricing structure, and the studio behind Bohemian Rhapsody claims the film lost money. The Day/Night review.  Brass Against frontwoman pees on a fan during a live show, charges that Polo G assaulted police were dropped due to lack of evidence, and Yella Beezy earns a nomination for the mugshot award. The Spiral review. Morgan Wallen gets canceled into an arena tour, R. Kelly's arsonist grunt sentenced, and Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood releases several film scores. 


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