Episode 227

April 19, 2022

00:56:43

#227 - Swedish House Mafia's "Paradise Again", Wet Leg, Ryan Egan

#227 - Swedish House Mafia's "Paradise Again", Wet Leg, Ryan Egan
Audioface: Music News, Reviews, & Culture
#227 - Swedish House Mafia's "Paradise Again", Wet Leg, Ryan Egan

Apr 19 2022 | 00:56:43

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Show Notes

On the 227th episode of Audioface:

REVIEWS: "Paradise Again" by Swedish House Mafia, "Wet Leg" self-titled, and "Soft Power" by Ryan Egan.

New Single: "LET'S DO IT AGAIN" by Jamie xx

Someone ignores the "We Have Guns and Shovels" sign at DaBaby's mansion. The Paradise Again review. Black Star reunites after 24 years. The Wet Leg review. Wu-Tang Clan, Queen, and Ricky Martin get added to the US Library of Congress. The Soft Power review. CA cops were hiding behind Disney to do their dirty work.

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