August 31, 2020

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#156 - Katy Perry, Disclosure, Angel Olsen

#156 - Katy Perry, Disclosure, Angel Olsen
Audioface: Music News, Reviews, & Culture
#156 - Katy Perry, Disclosure, Angel Olsen
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Show Notes

On the 156th episode of Audioface:

REVIEWS: "Smile" by Katy Perry, "ENERGY" by Disclosure, & "Whole New Mess" by Angel Olsen.

New singles: “C'Mon Les' Go” by Les Sins feat. AceMo

NPR Tiny Desk returns (from home) with appearances from Tame Impala and Billie Eilish & FINNEAS. Justin Bieber ignores covid gathering laws to throw a lavish party. The Killers claim to be ready for their next album already. The Smile review. Biggie's King of New York crown could be yours. The ENERGY review. A new documentary shines a light on the underplayed women of EDM. The Whole New Mess review. And Kid Cudi reaches new levels of hipsterdom with his new ink.

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