Episode 219

February 14, 2022

01:34:11

#219 - $NOT's "Ethereal", alt-J, Hippo Campus

#219 - $NOT's "Ethereal", alt-J, Hippo Campus
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Show Notes

On the 219th episode of Audioface:

REVIEWS: "Ethereal" by $NOT, "The Dream" by alt-J, and "LP3" by Hippo Campus.

New singles: "What, Me Worry?" by Portugal. The Man, "Diet Coke" by Pusha T, "Alpha House/Hide & Seek" by Knucks, "Baby Blues" by AUDREY NUNA, "Make it True" by Rae Khalil, and "mona lisa" by mxmtoon. 

DaBaby goes bowling with his baby mama's brother, and things go south from there. Multiple rappers have nude images leak, including a video that appears to out Isaiah Rashad. Ice T issues a warning, and Kodak Black pays the toll. The Ethereal review. Billie Eilish helps a fan during her show, which upset ye (Kid Cudi to the rescue?). The world's worst rapper is charged with a crypto scam. The Dream review. Snoop Dogg buys Death Row records amid an upcoming album release and an assault charge. Are Juggalos Better Than Deadheads? Trevor Noah proven to be a hypocrite for his opinions on Joe Rogan. The LP3 review. Team USA uses Daft Punk to win a winter olympic medal, and RIP to Syl & Jimmy Johnson: brothers and soul legends. 

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