November 30, 2021


#213 - remi wolf, Snail Mail, Parquet Courts

Audioface: Music News, Reviews, & Culture
#213 - remi wolf, Snail Mail, Parquet Courts

Show Notes

On the 213th episode of Audioface:

REVIEWS: "Juno" by remi wolf, "Valentine" by Snail Mail, and "Sympathy For Life" by Parquet Courts

Dan dishes details on Syndicate 23: the exciting all-in-one membership platform for Audioface content and more. Dan and Sean react to Grammys 2022 Nominations category-by-category. The Juno review. Did Kanye just pop back into reality for a moment? BTS continues to make history for the influence of Asian musicians in America, and Four Tet battles his former record label Domino after his albums disappear from streaming services.  The Valentine review.  A rapper is charged with being behind a horrific parade car attack, and a Queen member is upset about a BRIT awards change. The Sympathy For Life review. Jonny Greenwood and Paul Thomas Anderson collaborate yet again, and someone made a toilet that looks like Metallica's guitarist. 


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