In this meta beyond meta episode, this music podcast focuses on music about music. Yes, it hurts to even think about the layers but dang is it great! Lots of giggling from a sleep deprived Amy who learns how to pronounce a new word and won’t just let it go. Bless Mitchell, for he knows all the chords.
In an attempt to tie one episode thematically to the previous, Mitchell and Amy attempt modern/ first world problems like having the mill break down. It gets reminiscent of the hopeful days in October 2016, but also tackles why ladies don’t want to date you (Dose is so cute). Amy makes weird sounds and Mitchell knows the complete history of Why?.
Since evading the theme of drugs for nearly three years, Mitchell and Amy finally tackle one of the Earbuddies favorite themes (ya’ll sure had a lotta songs in your pockets). There is plenty of giggling and conversations about stereotypes. If you missed listening to terrible selections from Amy, this is the show for you.
Some songs are meant for kids and some songs just sound like they are for kids but maybe aren’t. Earbuddy Brandon suggested that Mitchell and Amy should tackle unexpected and alternative children’s songs. Amy uses her easily available small expert to get the child’s take and well, Ru holds no punches.
Two folks who are kinda awkward (or shy) with first dates make a show about first date songs. Amy makes the worst singles ad after tripping over her own words and Mitchell declares that he is slightly shy (what?). This show reveals all the Earbuddies’ first date tactics and feels but also gives a huge variety to add to that first date playlist!
Thank You, Kaylah, for the ideas list!
In this week’s grab bag, it was a free for all in which Mitchell perfectly described music, Amy tripped on rather simple words, and Soren Kierkegaard made up words. There are songs that sound like acid trips (allegedly) and songs that make rainbow flatus. At least one Furby was harmed in the making of this show.