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Can Kanye Return From The Sunken Place?
On this bonus episode of Audioface, in light of Kanye's erratic and uncharacteristic behavior, Dan chats with friend and former Kanye West fan Annie to run through some of his latest antics, figure out if there is a method to his madness, and whether or not there's hope for Ye as an artist.
Reviews: Quavo's debut solo album, "QUAVO HUNCHO", Young the Giant's new album "Mirror Master" and Calvin Johnson's new album "A Wonderful Beast".
A gun nut threatens Lil Xan, and Three Doors Down's bassist is in prison, again. The QUAVO HUNCHO review. Deadmau5 crosses a line, and Vic Mensa calls out XXXTentacion's fans. The Mirror Master album. Amy Winehose's hologram is set to go on tour, and Rex Orange County refuses to perform in France over an offensive joke. The A Wonderful Beast review. Wu-Tang Clan gets a TV show, and Kehlani is expecting!
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Review: twenty one pilots' "Trench".
New single of the week: Anderson .Paak & Kendrick Lamar's "Tints". Lady Gaga's new film "A Star Is Born" is making her fans go overboard. Star-studded Mac Miller benefit concert. The Trench review. Hot take: Chance the Rapper is everything Kanye pretends to be, and Ye himself is apparently visiting Trump this week. Sean and Dan have a classic-style Audioface conversation about what makes music "good", and whether "bad" music serves a purpose.
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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.