On the eighty-eighth episode of Audioface:
Reviews: "A Deathrace For Love" by Juice WRLD, "Hyperion" by Gesaffelstein, and "Lux Prima" by Karen O & Danger Mouse
New singles of the week: "Lo/Hi" by The Black Keys, "King James" by Anderson .Paak, "Numb Numb Juice" by ScHoolboy Q, and "Sunflower" & "Big Blue" by Vampire Weekend.
And now, R. Kelly's public meltdown, already in progress. Meek Mill gets real on prison abuse. RIP Keith Flint of the Prodigy, and "father of surf-rock" Dick Dale. The Deathrace For Love review. Sean recommends eclectic pianist Kelly Moran. Sam Smith makes LGBTQ+ history. YNW Melly pleads not guilty to a murder he probably committed. The Hyperion review. The MJ documentary "Leaving Neverland" sends shockwaves throughout the entertainment industry. Killer Mike and other rappers drop knowledge on top of the legal system. Woodstock turns 50 this year. The Lux Prima review. And how Kanye West chose slavery.