On the 140th episode of Audioface:
REVIEWS: "Dark Lane Demo Tapes" by Drake, "TO FEEL ALIVE EP" by Kali Uchis, and "Making A Door Less Open" by Car Seat Headrest.
New singles: “How Far” by Gorillaz feat. Skepta and Tony Allen, "Savage (Remix)" by Megan Thee Stallion feat. Beyoncé, "Why Worry" by Isaiah Rashad, "John Redcorn" by SIR (new music video) , "Window" by Still Woozy, and "Face" by Jessy Lanza
RIP legendary drummer Tony Allen. Offset & Friends almost pull off a concert in virtual reality. Janelle Monaé holds a benefit concert Black & LGBTQ+ owned businesses. The Dark Lane Demo Tapes review. SXSW gets sued for not refunding tickets, and Record Store Day is delayed again. The TO FEEL ALIVE EP review. Portugal The Man fights back against a book ban, festival goers are stranded in Panama, and drive-in concerts are now all the rage in Denmark. The Making A Door Less Open review. Eminem confronts a home invader. Daft Punk is set to score an upcoming film, and you soon might be able to buy a LEGO version of the iconic duo's live set.
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