Episode 217

February 01, 2022


#217 - Amber Mark, iann dior, NLE Choppa

#217 - Amber Mark, iann dior, NLE Choppa
Audioface: Music News, Reviews, & Culture
#217 - Amber Mark, iann dior, NLE Choppa

Show Notes

On the 217th episode of Audioface:

REVIEWS: "Three Dimensions Deep" by Amber Mark, "on to better things" by iann dior, and "Me vs Me" by NLE Choppa.

New singles: "Won't Stand Down" by Muse, "Dime in My Dryer" by Brandon Boyd, "Postman/Magazine" by Toro Y Moi, "You've Got To Let Go If You Want To Be Free" by Disclosure & Zedd, "Anxiety" by Coi Leray, and "The Smoke" by "The Smile".

Neil Young leads a charge against Joe Rogan and Spotify. Damon Albarn picks a fight with Taylor Swift. The Three Dimensions Deep review. Tucker Carlson assigns his documentary team to tour with Kid Rock. ye faces a potential ban in Australia. The on to better things review. Slim Jxmmi (remember him) gets arrested. Bob Dylan made half a billion dollars off his old music. The Me vs. Me review. A man fails to steal a guitar by stuffing it down his pants, Cardi B is victorious in a legal battle, and Joey Bada$$ on ejaculation. 


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