Episode 222

March 08, 2022


#222 - Stromae's "Multitude", King Von, Channel Tres

#222 - Stromae's "Multitude", King Von, Channel Tres
Audioface: Music News, Reviews, & Culture
#222 - Stromae's "Multitude", King Von, Channel Tres

Show Notes

On the 222nd episode of Audioface:

REVIEWS: "Multitude" by Stromae, "What It Means To Be King" by King Von, and "refresh" by Channel Tres.

New singles: “Bam Bam” by Camila Cabello & Ed Sheeran, “Last Call” by Khalid, “Skeleton Cartier” by Popcaan, and “Neighborhood Superstar” by DaBaby and YoungBoy NBA.

The music world continues to respond to the crisis in Ukraine. Beach House is seen in the studio with...ye? Epic Games buys Bandcamp. The Multitude review. Ben Shapiro embarasses himself musically yet again. The What It Means To Be King review. Snoop Dogg's Death Row deal comes with a catch, and he's facing yet another lawsuit. The refresh review. And Bots Will Hate You As Live Nation Introduces One Simple Trick™ to getting into sold-out shows. 


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