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Episode 130: Harmonious Euphonious

Episode 130: Harmonious Euphonious

This week is all about one of Mitchell’s favorite musical elements (not the la la la’s but the other element). Layered vocals creating harmonies all over the place over here. Amy also learns which band Iggy Pop was not in.

Episode 114: Christmassy, but to the Side

Episode 114: Christmassy, but to the Side

This week, realizing that everyone is honing in their winter holiday playlists already, Mitchell and Amy examine songs that are not the most traditional of holiday songs. Let’s call them “nontraditional.” Parodies, earnest songs, old Ford commercials, soul classics, and emo all come up. Don’t stop revising your playlist until you have added all of these.

Episode 113: Getting Peel-y

Episode 113: Getting Peel-y

This week is a celebration of a particular BBC radio DJ who endeavored to keep new music in the ears of listeners. Over three decades of acts from a diverse range of genres to explore and just a few are sampled here.


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Episode 99: The Collaboration in Our Stars

Episode 99: The Collaboration in Our Stars

Mitchell and Amy take and run with a suggestion from Earbuddy Craig. This week is all types of interpretations of what in the world a collaboration is. Mary J. Blige saves a U2 song and Amy has a medical moment about muscle death. Mitchell also explains what could make U2 better.

Episode 80: The Craig-O-Sode 1994 Edition

Episode 80: The Craig-O-Sode 1994 Edition

 

This week, Mitchell and Amy get into the Way Back Machine to explore the songs of 1994 as suggested by Craig. Amy gets defiant about one stipulation from Craig with her song choice and Mitchell will later be calling the voicemail line to sharpshoot himself on which band is actually Swedish.

 

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Episode 61: This Episode was Brought to you by the Letter “J”

Episode 61: This Episode was Brought to you by the Letter “J”

Amy is joined this week by her Magic the Gathering crush, Hannah Mathews. Both Hannah and Mathews are spelled the most correct way. They enjoy the amazing selection of “J” songs selected in honor of all the “J” cohosts from the Earbuddies. There are two Jacksons in the south and the one in Mississippi may have beat out the one in Tennessee for radness but it is all cool.