June 28, 2021


#192 - Tyler The Creator, Doja Cat, Cautious Clay

#192 - Tyler The Creator, Doja Cat, Cautious Clay
Audioface: Music News, Reviews, & Culture
#192 - Tyler The Creator, Doja Cat, Cautious Clay

Show Notes

On the 192nd episode of Audioface:

REVIEWS: "CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST" by Tyler, The Creator, "Planet Her" by Doja Cat, and "Deadpan Love" by Cautious Clay.

New Singles: "Bad Habits" by Ed Sheeran, "Tragic" by Jazmine Sullivan, and the "On My Mind/About U" EP by Roosevelt.

(If you haven't already, check out our 2-part Radiohead bonus episode in your preferred podcast app. Thank you to those who have sent positive feedback about the episode!) 

On this installment of the douchebag corner: Chris Brown Chris Browns to everyone's surprise but ours, and Drake Bell pleads guilty to a mysterious charge. The CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST review. Damon Albarn and his mullet announce a new solo album. The Planet Her review. Blink 182's Mark Hoppus reveals his battle with cancer. The Deadpan Love review. Steven Crowder wins himself a clean nomination for the Noted Little Bitch Award. RIP to Gab of Blackalicious, who died at 50 this month. 


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