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A sports podcast about nothing. Sportsfeld is a weekly sports and comedy podcast hosted by Andrew 'The Zubes' Zuber (Yahoo! Canada) and actor Jake Goldsbie (Molly's Game, Degrassi, Bad Jews). Each week Jake and Zubes take an irreverent look at the sports world in an hour long discussion filled with all the humorous overreaction one might come to expect from passionate sports fans. This is serious stuff.
 
Welcome to A Football Podcast A weekly football show hosted by Devang Desai & David Gass, focused on Major League Soccer, Canadian Premier League and the rest of the World of Football. The 60 minute podcast features discussions on the top matches from the weekend, as well as all the big football fodder. Includes: Lot of fun and a ton of insight.
 
Come one, come all, to this tragic affair, and subscribe here for the best music show in your podcast library. Hosted by Blake Murphy and Jake Goldsbie, Columbia House Party is your home for Riots and Black Parades, Cork Trees and Significant Others. At times it will showcase the very finest the music industry had to offer, often around the pop-punk and emo boom of the early-to-mid 2000s. At its worst, it will indulge in those forgotten records we all have lurking in our collection. All the ...
 
Howdy, I’m Clayton Hansler. I’ve been working in film, television and sports for 15 years now - but you probably know me as either being that annoying AHL guy or the dude that created a soccer documentary series. I've befriended some of the most talented, smart, creative and funny people along the way and this podcast is a conversation between myself many of them... or some people that I'm meeting for the first time. The guests are usually people way more popular than me and their stories ar ...
 
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This week it’s Katie’s birthday!!!! To celebrate Katie and Sean dive headlong into the world of NBA coaches, first by discussing the recent hires around the league, including noted pal of Katie Stan Van Gundy landing in New Orleans and Tyronn Lue getting hired by the messy Clippers. Next Katie tests Sean’s knowledge of Nick Nurse-isms in a round of…
 
Zubes is moving away! Blake Murphy joins the show to talk about the many appeals of moving to The Region, the ins and outs of Kitchener-Waterloo, the deal with Cambridge, and what to order at Moose Winooskis. He sticks around for a KW centric mailbag, and we wrap everything up with Sad / Not Sad. The last all-Toronto episode! If you’re looking to t…
 
On this episode of A Football Podcast, Devang Desai and David Gass discuss: -The Supporters’ Shield controversy -Liverpool and Everton living up to the derby hype -Tottenham’s epic collapse -Champions League returning this week -We answer your questions on Ask AFP ICYMI: Manscaped is now available in Canada! Manscaped has made it their mission to e…
 
In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by Alyssa Laessig of Guardrail (@guardrailsucks) to discuss Cursive’s 2003 album The Ugly Organ. And be sure to check out Guardrails’ new EP Yikes when you’re done hearing Alyssa break down one of her influences. Find out more about Jake’s and Alyssa’s de…
 
In the latest Columbia House Party single, Jake and Blake highlight Meet Me @ The Altar, a pop-punk three-piece both hosts have discovered in 2020 and really enjoyed. Their newer single Garden is a good window into how they blend melody with a traditional pop-punk sound, earning comparisons to some legends in the scene and lending plenty of optimis…
 
Katie and Sean say goodbye to the NBA Bubble! A look back on the good and the bad, and probably needing some time to digest it all. A lot of Lakers talk went down on this ep, the first being the 2019-2020 NBA Champions and who Sean and Katie are happiest for on this L.A. roster, plus who they are saddest for on the Miami Heat. They then play coach …
 
On this episode of A Football Podcast, Devang Desai and David Gass discuss: -TFC continuing to move up the Eastern Conference Standings -LAFC looking strong -International break always being so much fun -Project Big Picture in the Premier League -We get to your questions on Ask AFP ICYMI: Manscaped is now available in Canada! Manscaped has made it …
 
In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, Jake and Blake take you to a place off Ocean Avenue to sit and talk with you about Yellowcard’s 2003 album named for a street in Jacksonville, not Los Angeles. That mistake is one of two personal stories the hosts share on this one, the second of which is far more embarrassing. Find out more about Yell…
 
In the latest Columbia House Party single, Jake and Blake get just about as Canadian as it gets, taking Serial Joe’s single Mistake for a spin. It certainly sounds a certain way in 2020. But can you blame labels, Much Music, and the band for trying to capitalize on multiple overlapping trends at once? It was worth a shot. And Skidrow is still good.…
 
This week Katie and Sean open with the NBA Finals ostensibly closing, the joy of Jimmy Butler and the Heat and the infinitely perpetuating narrative of the Los Angeles Lakers. Sean then tries to land on how he feels about Miami's Tyler Herro — Is he cool? Is he not? Is he just 20 years old? Before they wrap with tracing the last few years of NBA Ch…
 
With another possible big sports layoff on the horizon, the fellas dive into the first of their Toronto sports season reviews, looking back on the freshly finished Toronto Blue Jays season. Also, the Toronto Maple Leafs continue to stick to their vision in the NHL Draft, the NBA Finals nears a conclusion, and an increasingly large number of Republi…
 
On this episode of A Football Podcast, Devang Desai, David Gass and Nick Andrade discuss: -Another TFC comeback -Deadline Day around Europe -Liverpool and Manchester United melt down -Orlando’s surge -Plus we open up another mailbag with #AskAFP ICYMI: Manscaped is now available in Canada! Manscaped has made it their mission to equip every man with…
 
In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by Chris Cresswell (@crustcrustwell) of The Flatliners (@theflatliners) and more to discuss one of his major influences, Gob’s 1998 album How Far Shallow Takes You. You really thought CanCon pop-punk month was going to go down without some Gob? Go jump in…
 
In the latest Columbia House Party single, Jake and Blake offer up a rarity and actually concede that something is a one-hit wonder, and it’s not just because you didn’t listen to the album enough. The Age of Electric had a fairly big hit with Remote Control, and the band is otherwise best known for their subsequent (or parallel) projects. That doe…
 
This week Sean got really bummed about the NBA Finals and Katie tried her best to dig him out of his pit of basketball despair, which may or may not have worked, and was more or less a suggestion to buy full-price Halloween candy. They talked about NBA Goodbyes of the past week, including the Celtics (yesss) and the Nuggets (nooo), and Doc Rivers (…
 
On this episode of A Football Podcast, Devang Desai and David Gass discuss: •The CONCACAF Gold Cup draw •TFC Rolls past Columbus •San Jose shocks LAFC •Liverpool take down Arsenal •Higuin’s sky kick •VAR debacle and much much more This week's episode of AFP is brought to you by Guardrail and their new EP "Yikes!" Support good music by picking up a …
 
In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, Jake and Blake travel back to Blake’s most heartbroken shifts at the Cambridge Home Hardware and fire up Avril Lavigne’s 2003 debut Let Go. Armed with four massive singles one-through-four on the album, Let Go was a tour de force at the time and feels no less significant in retrospect. Find out more ab…
 
In the latest Columbia House Party single, Jake and Blake throw it back to Hostage Life and their excellent single Sons of Hostage Life. Which, yeah, you know there are some bad jokes about that song title within. But it’s still a good discussion about a band that was a staple of the Toronto scene and a little unknown outside of it. This week's epi…
 
Staring down the possibility of being without having all the sports to enjoy just soon, and the chance that the Blue Jays will already be eliminated a week from now, the guys go all-in on a preview of the Jays' chances in the MLB Playoffs. Plus, an all-time great mailbag question pictures a world where Zubes is the one who was on Degrassi while Jak…
 
This week Katie and Sean are joined by ANOTHER Sean, the wonderful Sean Keane of the Roundball Rock podcast. They talk ECF and WCF, the suspension of Jimmy Butler and Mark Wahlberg's friendship, Jamal Murray and Nikola Jokic's friendship being very intact, and promise to not talk about MVP but then do. Sean Keane, sad Warriors fan, is set free to w…
 
On this episode of A Football Podcast, Devang Desai and David Gass are joined by Gianluca Nesci (@GianlucaNesci) and Diego Pinzon (@PinzonDiego) as they discuss: -Forge crowned CPL Champion -Montreal Impact floundering -Gareth Bale back at Tottenham -Serie A and Bundesliga look ahead with Gianluca and Diego -And we open our mailbag on #AskAFP This …
 
In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy crown Sum 41’s 2001 album All Killer No Filler a Canadian musical landmark. That’s like a Canadian Heritage Minute, but it just plays every commercial break on Much Loud for eternity. Maybe a statue in Ajax, too. Find out more about how Sum 41 broke through outside …
 
In the latest Columbia House Party single, Jake and Blake reach into Blake’s high school CD case to listen to Something Beautiful by Cauterize. The band formerly known as Take Off, Eh! seems an unlikely miss in the pop-punk explosion of the early 2000s, given how good the album So Far From Real is. Let’s try to figure out why they never broke throu…
 
This week Sean and Katie celebrate the birthday of the one and only RASHEED WALLACE!!! In addition to those festivities, Sean and Katie talk about the departure of their beloved Raptors from the playoffs and Mike D'Antoni's all-time quitting story before doing a Power Tankings of the Clippers' many, many excuses after flaming out in Game 7 against …
 
For the second year in a row, Kawhi Leonard went exactly as far in the playoffs as the Toronto Raptors did. Funny how that works! This week the fellas look back at the end of the Raptors season, have a few laughs at the expense of the Clips, and wonder if the expanded baseball playoffs is better in the big picture. Plus the mailbag is up to its usu…
 
On this episode of A Football Podcast, Devang Desai and David Gass discuss: -Canadian MLS teams head south -The Island Games heat up -Exciting week in MLS action -The Premier league kicks off their season -Plus we open up another mailbag with #AskAFP This week's episode of AFP is brought to you by Guardrail and their new EP "Yikes!" Support good mu…
 
In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by NBA writer James Herbert (@outsidethenba) to discuss Billy Talent’s 2003 self-titled debut. James made sense as the guest since he was also on for Billy Talent influence At The Drive-In and because he and Blake were at the same Billy Talent concert dur…
 
How do you spell ooh ah ah ah ah? In the latest Columbia House Party single, Jake and Blake get “Down With the Sickness” and take a quick look at Disturbed. They were more than just a two-hit nu-metal star that The Edge 102.1 overdid. Shockingly so, actually, with ludicrous album sales and five No. 1 records. Learn more about High School Blake’s fa…
 
This week Sean and Katie open up by discussing their feelings after their beloved Toronto Raptors pulled out a double OT win over the Celtics to force a Game 7 on Wednesday night, before diving into the rest of the goings on from the second round. They also bid farewell to the Milwaukee Bucks, and discuss what the future may hold for Giannis and th…
 
An instant reaction podcast after the double-OT Game 6 thriller that saw the Toronto Raptors keep their season alive with a gutsy win over the Boston Celtics. The fellas spend a lot of time gushing over Kyle Lowry, look back at OG Anunoby's season-saving buzzer beater in Game 3, feel optimistic for Game 7, and generally bask in the glow of another …
 
On this episode of A Football Podcast, Devang Desai and David Gass are joined by guest John Molinaro of the CPL as they chat about: The Premier League being back Liverpool, Manchester City, United, Arsenal and many more Who they think will win it all, finish top four and get relegated The CPL Island games and second round with John Molinaro Toronto…
 
In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by comedian John Cullen (@cullenthecomic, @blockedpartypod, @thePOD_Kast) to discuss Broken Social Scene’s sophomore album You Forgot It In People. But not before they get derailed talking about Disturbed, Korn, labret piercings, and John’s love of nu-met…
 
In the latest Columbia House Party single, Jake and Blake spotlight a Toronto punk band they’re both very high on, The OBGMs. Built around the single “Not Again” off of their upcoming album “The Ends,” the hosts explore whether The OBGMs can back up their claims of being Nirvana, Steve Jobs, Steph Curry, and Drake of the local scene. Keep an eye ou…
 
Well, well, well, the fraud is certainly on the other foot. The Toronto Raptors find themselves quickly down 0-2 to the Celtics, and will need to figure out a way to reverse the series quickly. Plus, the Blue Jays went on a trade deadline shopping spree, adding three pitchers and Jonathan Villar to bolster the playoff chase. In the mailbag, the guy…
 
On this episode of A Football Podcast, Devang Desai and David Gass chat about: •The Real Salt Lake debacle •MLS Protest •Jordan Morris the super star •The Community Shield •The Messi saga •Olympique Lyon women and much much more •Plus we open up another mailbag with #AskAFP This week's episode of AFP is brought to you by Guardrail and their new EP …
 
In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by Erin from Resting on Pretty (@RestingOnPod) to discuss Lorde’s 2017 sophomore album Melodrama. Melodrama being considered a pop album is accurate, but it paints Lorde in a way that sometimes seems to undersell her excellent as a songwriter. Find out mo…
 
In the latest Columbia House Party single, Jake and Blake fire up Jackson Browne’s For A Dancer. Not only is Browne seemingly underrated and undercredited as an influence on today’s crop of singer-songwriters, he’s also just excellent in his own right. It’s not hard to see why Phoebe Bridgers is such a fan or why she was so excited to collaborate w…
 
This week's Uhh Basketball? is a little different. Katie and Sean are joined by Erica Ayala (The IX & Locked On Women's Basketball) to discuss the Milwaukee Bucks' decision to sit out Game 5 of their series with the Magic to protest systemic racism and police brutality, how the WNBA and NBA bubbles have upheld their promises to be platforms for soc…
 
On this episode of A Football Podcast, Devang Desai and David Gass chat about: •Bayern capturing the Champions League crown over PSG and Alphonso Davies love •The exciting return of MLS action •CPL Island Games •Sevilla crowned Europa League champions •Canada’s World Cup Group stage chances •Suarez out for Barcelona and Gabriel in for Arsenal as tr…
 
In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by their first three-time guest, Sarah MacDonald (@sarahsmacdonald, sarahsmacdonald.com), to discuss Phoebe Bridgers’ 2020 sophomore album Punisher. This is the show’s first crack at covering a new album without the benefit of at least some nostalgia, so …
 
In the latest Columbia House Party single, Jake and Blake take a trip to Better Oblivion Community Center to discuss the self-titled album from Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst’s group. What better way to bridge Bright Eyes and Bridgers episodes? It also offers yet another chance for Jake to be unkind to his younger self as it pertains to Dylan Tho…
 
On today's episode Katie and Sean open with the extremely BS bodycam footage of the Alameda County Sheriff who assaulted Raptors President Masai Ujiri. They.move onto the Playoffs — the Playoffs! — and how much the Bubble seems to have livened things up, the fate of the 1st seeds, the triumph of the 8th seeds and the fate of The Process. Sean gets …
 
The Playoff Raptors have arrived, bringing with them an immediate 2-0 lead in their 1st round series against the Brooklyn Nets. The arrival of the Raptors also brings about the return of Cowards & Frauds, as the Bucks and Lakers look shaky in their first playoff games in the bubble. Speaking of frauds, bodycam footage is released of Masai Urjiri be…
 
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