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79 - AUDIOFACE AWARDS 2018
2018 has been quite the year for music. It's time to narrow down the best, worst, and noted little bitchiest of music this year. This is the music awards show for the people. Whether you're a day one #organic, or a casual music fan, we thank you for listening with us and wish you happy holidays.
Audioface is going on a one-month break, but make sure you're subscribed to get our Best of Audioface 2018 episode while we're away. Also: follow the show on Twitter, Instagram, and/or YouTube (where video clips of each review will go up over the break). Audioface returns 21 January 2019.
On the seventy-eighth episode of Audioface:
Well, this is awkward. We planned to review new albums from Offset, Gucci Mane, and 21 Savage, but, well....you'll have to listen to find out. Plus: Offset crashes ex wife-Cardi B's concert, Nicki Minaj's new boyfriend makes XXXTentacion seem tame, and Joe Rogan extends an olive branch to Kanye West.
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77 - THE COURTPACKING EPISODE: 2018
Sean and Dan break from usual format to present the 2018 Courtpacking Episode: in which they mention releases from The Neighbourhood, Sofi Tukker, Børns, Sheck Wes, Pale Waves, and Against All Logic that caught their attention after their initial releases, and thus missed the weekly churn of Audioface. Plus everything you need to know about the Grammy Awards that you shouldn't care about, and Offset and Cardi B divorce for the culture.
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Music is one of the most fundamental parts of life. So why isn't anyone talking about it that way?
Every Sunday, Sean and Dan deliver your no-B.S. look at the week in music: what everyone is listening to, what everyone should be listening to, and all of the news, reviews, and commentary in between.
Dan is a video journalist and producer by day, and naturally, uses music as escapism from the daily hustle. He comes from a long line of musicians, and plays almost 10 instruments (though never on command). Sean is a semi-pro triathlete who, when not running, swimming, or cycling the world in spandex, can be found in front of his piano playing classical concertos. His mind is a vast collection of information on all things music, Formula 1, and anti-neoliberal snark.