Much like a game show, Mitchell and Amy ask the listeners to start a dance party with one song. Turns out, Amy just wants to sway lightly and Mitchell has all the alien dance moves that David Byrne may be able to compete with. There may be some infuriating forgetting of a certain possible punk’s first band’s name. You know, like normal.
On this runaway bassline hit parade, there is massive exploration of all the groovy lower end rhythms that carry songs. Seeing as Mitchell and Amy first met because of bass, there is some nostalgia before Amy declares that all bassists have the family name of Butler. This is pretty much a funky wild ride with the slightest amount of music theory.
Jason and Amy tackle the controversial subject of sex workers in music. Earmuffs for the kids!! There is plenty of talk about rights, legislations and depictions in the musical format. A whole range of emotions is covered but everyone can come together on Memphis’ favorite cheese product as well as Memphis’ favorite Academy Award winning rap group(explicit lyrics litter the place). Amy also gets it wrong. She chose the song “A Cautionary Song” and not “A Cautionary Tale.”