March 11, 2019

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#87 - Little Simz, Hozier, The Japanese House

#87 - Little Simz, Hozier, The Japanese House
Audioface: Music News, Reviews, & Culture
#87 - Little Simz, Hozier, The Japanese House
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Show Notes

On the eighty-seventh episode of Audioface:

Reviews: Little Simz' "GREY Area", Hozier's "Wasteland, Baby!", and The Japanese House's "Good At Falling"
New singles of the week: "Falling Back" by Roosevelt, and "Strange Froot" by TOKiMONSTA featuring Ambré.

Anderson .Paak is returning with some big annoucements. The GREY Area review. MGMT is touring, and Bohemian Rhapsody is getting censored. The Wasteland, Baby! review. A 12 year old is detained for selling CDs in a mall, and Jaden Smith makes a real difference. The Good At Falling review. Travis Scott is up for Audioface's most notorious honor.

Send us your comments & music recommendations by reaching out to @audiofacepod on Twitter or Instagram and we'll check it out. We appreciate it, and you. Thank you for listening with us!

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