June 11, 2017


4 - 6/10/2017: Phoenix, Krewella, Variety in Music

4 - 6/10/2017: Phoenix, Krewella, Variety in Music
Audioface: Music News, Reviews, & Culture
4 - 6/10/2017: Phoenix, Krewella, Variety in Music

Show Notes

On the fourth episode of Audioface

  • Phoenix new album (sooo goood) 
  • Taylor Swift no longer Apple exclusive, comes to Spotify + other streaming services.
  • Toro Y Moi: New Single 
  • Krewella new EP
  • THEY. & Lido's new single "Not Enough" 
  • Roger Waters of Pink Floyd's new album "Is This The Life We Really Want?"
  • Ice Cube: Good Cop Bad Cop single (“F*ck the Police 2017”)
  • In defense of getting rid of the headphone jack.
  • Why does a lot of music sound the same? A discussion
  • Music recommendations: Skream and an EDC run-through

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