Episode 231

June 22, 2022


#231 - Music Recs #13 - CMAT, MUNA, Fontains D.C., supernowhere

#231 - Music Recs #13 - CMAT, MUNA, Fontains D.C., supernowhere
Audioface: Music News, Reviews, & Culture
#231 - Music Recs #13 - CMAT, MUNA, Fontains D.C., supernowhere

Show Notes

On episode 231 of Audioface:

Dan and Sean drop their music recommendations for a chill 5th year anniversary of this here fine podcast about music news, music culture, and sometimes morals.

Music Recs: "Home By Now" by MUNA, "If My Wife New I'd Be Dead" by CMAT, "Gestalt" by supernowhere, and "Skinty Fia" by Fontains D.C.

This episode (although late) marks 5 years of Audioface. Thank you to all the organics who have been here from the beginning, or just for some part of it. The show is growing faster than it ever has before, and I can't wait to see how much further it goes. - Dan & Sean


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