Episode 244

September 27, 2022


#244 - Rina Sawayama's "Hold the Girl", Djo, The Mars Volta

#244 - Rina Sawayama's "Hold the Girl", Djo, The Mars Volta
Audioface: Music News, Reviews, & Culture
#244 - Rina Sawayama's "Hold the Girl", Djo, The Mars Volta

Sep 27 2022 | 01:11:09


Show Notes

On Episode 244 of Audioface:

REVIEWS: “Hold the Girl” by Rina Sawayama, “DECIDE” by Djo, “The Mars Volta” by The Mars Volta

New Singles: “PACMAN” by Hardwell, “Forever” by Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (TEED) and “There Had Better Be a Mirrorball” by The Arctic Monkeys

And in the news: Disclosure’s Howard Lawrence drops out of tour to “look after” himself, R Kelly finally found guilty on CP charges, Post Malone speaks out after onstage injury, YouTuber Anthony Fantano trolls Drake into revealing threatening DMs.

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