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#104 - Ed Sheeran, Big K.R.I.T., Africa Express, Tycho

Reviews: "No. 6 Collaborations Project" by Ed Sheeran, "EGOLI" by Africa Express. "Weather" by Tycho, and "K.R.I.T. IZ HERE" by Big K.R.I.T.
New single: Bad Guy by Billie Eilish feat. Justin Bieber

Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke is a Billie Eilish fan, not a Muse fan. The Collaborations review. Freddie Gibbs ups the ante in the 'better-than-DOOM' debate, and Nicki Minaj stands up against the Saudi government. The EGOLI review. M83 is returning with a special project. The Weather review. The Juggalos remain one step ahead. The K.R.I.T. IZ HERE review. Mariah Carey sung her way to the bottlecap challenge. No Chill Island 12, featuring Woodstock Dumpster Fyre, R. Kelly's federal arrest, charging white people more for Black concerts, A$AP maybe deserving prison time, and noted little bitch Offset's reckoning may be nigh.

Dan was a guest on episode 2 of the "Controlling our Narrative" podcast, discussing A$AP Rocky, The Little Mermaid, and Kamala Harris. Queue up the episode wherever you get podcasts!

*(Don't forget to add our 2019 Song of the Summer Playlist to your Spotify library!) Follow @audiofacepod on Twitter or Instagram and we'll check it out. We appreciate it, and you. Thank you for listening with us! 🎧

#103 - Revenge of the Dreamers, Song of the Summer 2019

Review: "Revenge of the Dreamers 3" compilation album by J.Cole's "Dreamville".
New single: I Wanna Thank Me by Snoop Dogg

PSA: Drake is still creepy around that one "Stranger Things" star. Controversy surrounds Halle Bailey's Disney movie casting, and Spotify takes aim at independent artists. The Revenge of the Dreamers 3 review. The 1975's frontman serves tea on Imagine Dragons. A$AP Rocky faces serious prison time in Sweden, and not all is Okurrr in the world.

Audioface Songs of the Summer Top Picks (Check out the full playlist on Spotify for more!)

  • EARFQUAKE by Tyler the Creator

  • Truth Hurts by Lizzo

  • It's Not Living (If It's Not With You) by The 1975

  • Cataracts by Freddie Gibbs & Madlib

  • Patience by Tame Impala

  • HOME by BTS

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#102 - The Black Keys, Thom Yorke, Freddie Gibbs & Madlib

Reviews: "Let's Rock" by The Black Keys, "ANIMA" by Thom Yorke and "Bandana" by Freddie Gibbs and Madlib.
New singles: "Yellow" by Rich Brian feat Bekon and "Higher Love" by Kygo & Whitney Houston

The BROCKHAMPTON group is renewing their approach to making music, and Playboi Carti can't catch a break. The Let's Rock review. Don't presave albums from Spotify, a company that wants to have its cake and eat it too. Genius catches Google stealing red handed. The ANIMA review. Are people still listening to Michael Jackson's music? Weird Al has something to say about it. Ticketmaster slapped with a fine for screwing over music fans. The Bandana review. Woodstock 50 struggles to stay afloat, and Travis Scott-themed Cocoa Puffs are coming to a bowl near you.

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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.