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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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On this episode of A Football Podcast, Devang Desai and David Gass discuss: -MLS Playoffs -Hamilton Forge and the CONCACAF Champions League with Andi Petrillo (TSN/OneSoccer) -The passing of Diego Maradona -Headlines across Europe -Your questions on Ask AFP We have joined Patreon! For $4 a month you will gain access to exclusive interviews with MLS…
 
In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by the self-proclaimed world's foremost analyst of nu metal, John Cullen (@cullenthecomic), to discuss the first album Jake ever purchased with his own money: Limp Bizkit's Significant Other. Consider this a Limp Bizkit podcast in general, though, as you …
 
In the latest Columbia House Party single, Jake and Blake fire up a new track from The Wonder Years, Brakeless. With the band trying to go back and play a new song with their 2010 sound here in 2020, Brakeless offers a helpful window into the hosts' divergent opinions on each era of The Wonder Years. Come join the Patreon family for bonus episodes,…
 
This week's episode starts with Sean pressuring Katie into wholeheartedly accepting new Toronto big man, Aron Baynes and ends with Anthony Tolliver giving a gold basketball to the Pope. In between, Katie and Sean talk about free agency's emotional and tangible impact, stories from the NBA that got lost in free agency's chaotic wake, and try to give…
 
The entire NBA offseason happened in 4 days: Fred VanVleet is coming back, Serge Ibaka and Marc Gasol are heading to Los Angeles, Aron Baynes and Alex Len are now Raptors. Plus, Zubes is going to therapy, and we answer mailbag questions about the best TV boyfriends. Thanks for listening to this show. Come join the Patreon family for bonus episodes,…
 
On this episode of A Football Podcast, Devang Desai and David Gass discuss: -The start of MLS Playoffs -A Wild Weekend of Penalty shootouts -European Leagues returning from International break -Answer your questions on Ask AFP We have joined Patreon! For $4 a month you will gain access to exclusive interviews with MLS Players, Managers and Executiv…
 
In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by "The Brain Genius" Josh Custodio (@j0shc) to discuss Panic! At the Disco's debut album A Fever You Can't Sweat Out. Well, imagine, Jake pacing a podcast and he can't help but to hear an exchanging of words between Blake and Josh about wrestling. And al…
 
In the latest Columbia House Party single, Jake and Blake play let's remember some early-00s LimeWire bands and fire up Rufio, Rufio, Ru-Fi-Ohhh. The guys take a listen to Above Me, a song that shreds musically but stands nearly alone as a Rufio highlight, which kind of tells their story. Come join the Patreon family for bonus episodes, mailbags, s…
 
The NBA Draft is here! Katie and Sean talk about the pageantry, the tears, and the joy of draft night before getting into early trade news a.k.a teams with much less hope and optimism than future rookies exercising poor decision making. They then try out a new metric for determining the future league successes of draftees: smilelytics. It's a very …
 
On this episode of A Football Podcast, Devang Desai and David Gass are joined by New England Revolution midfielder Lee Nguyen (@LeeNguyen24) as they discuss: -What we can expect from the Revolution coming into their MLS playoff play-in against Montreal Impact. -How the MLS playoffs will shake down in the first round . -We answer your questions on A…
 
In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by Drew Fairservice (@DrewGROF) to discuss Saves the Day’s 1999 bridge album for the pop-punk scene, Through Being Cool. Drew might cringe at that term pop-punk given his – and Chris Conley’s – hardcore roots, but tracing from Lifetime to Fall Out Boy thr…
 
In the latest Columbia House Party single, the b’ys Jake and Blake fire up some Great Big Sea. More specifically, they take a listen to Oh Yeah, the theme song from Republic of Doyle, and discuss the show, Great Big Sea, and the obvious fit between the two. Entourage wishes it Oh Yeahed like this. Come join the Patreon family for bonus episodes, ma…
 
This week, Katie and Sean run through an absolutely wild NBA rumour mill, from Russell Westbrook being sick of the Rockets to Victor Oladipo openly campaigning for other teams to save him from Indiana, to Chris Paul and Fred VanVleet's summers of uncertainty They also get into the NBA's slowly leaking plans for how exactly they're going to return t…
 
Just some continued preview of the inevitable trade that will land Francisco Lindor with the Toronto Blue Jays. We're digging through a full 8 months of the pandemic, wondering how sports are coming back as numbers hit highs and a coup attempt happens in the United States. Also Fred VanVleet is looking to get paid and maybe we're suckers for ever b…
 
On this episode of A Football Podcast, Devang Desai and David Gass discuss: -MLS Decision Day -Philadelphia Union capturing the Supporters’ Shield -Sporting Kansas City finishing atop of the Western Conference -We answer your questions on Ask AFP We have joined Patreon! For $4 a month you will gain access to exclusive interviews with MLS Players, M…
 
In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy change their MSN statuses in biting fashion, firing up lyrics from Taking Back Sunday’s 2002 genre classic Tell All Your Friends. It is, with some likelihood, the album one host has listened to more than any other in his life. Find out more about Taking Back Sunday’…
 
In the latest Columbia House Party single, Jake and Blake listen to the latest from Sufjan Stevens, the song Video Game from his new album The Ascension. While one hosts tries to make jokes about the former WWE tag team of the same name, the other explains why this is the version of Sufjan he may like best. Come join the Patreon family for bonus ep…
 
This week it's an election-brained episode of the show. Katie and Sean start off running through the NBA's seemingly inevitable return on December 22nd and what it could mean for the off-season before addressing some big assistant coaching hires around the league. Next Sean concocts an elaborate game hellbent on one thing: breaking the Trade Machin…
 
Perhaps topics as high brow as politics and chess would scare off your average level of sports podcast hosts, but dear listeners, you're in luck. Two of the brightest minds in half Kitchener-Waterloo based sports-centric podcasts have no fear tackling such feats. The United States federal election roars on in the background as we thrust and parry w…
 
On this episode of A Football Podcast, Devang Desai and David Gass discuss: -TFC and Columbus pulling through with wins -LA Galaxy staying alive in the playoff race -Arsenal beating Manchester United -We answer your questions on Ask AFP We have joined Patreon! For $4 a month you will gain access to exclusive interviews with MLS Players, Managers an…
 
It’s the season premiere! Kind of. In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy celebrate the podcast’s birthday by resetting the connection tree and starting anew for Year Two. To do so, they fire up Green Day’s 1997 album Nimrod, maybe not the best Green Day album but possibly the most important. Find out mo…
 
In the latest Columbia House Party single, Jake and Blake discuss a recent favourite with Bartees Strange’s Mustang, off his new album Live Forever. It’s a quicker hit than such a good, deep, expansive album deserves, but the hosts wanted to waste little time giving it some deserved love. ICYMI: Manscaped is now available in Canada! Manscaped has m…
 
For this week's very spooooky Halloween episode, Katie and Sean delve into the ghoulish NBA headlines including a proposed pre-Christmas season start by the league, and Daryl Morey signing with the Sixers. They then do a special live reading of one of Katie's annual Halloween stories for The Classical (RIP), where Ben Simmons is cursed by the evil …
 
Live from The Region! Well, I guess that was sports! The World Series is over, the Rays RaysBrained themselves to a hilarious loss, Justin Turner celebrated with his team despite having the highly contagious virus that has shut down our society for months, and now all that is left is to speculate wildly about things. When will sports come back? Wha…
 
On this episode of A Football Podcast, Devang Desai and David Gass are joined by Alexandra Jonson (@AlexandraJonson) of La Liga TV as they discuss: -MLS Supporters' Shield -TFC getting demolished by Philadelphia -LAFC breathing new life with Carlos Vela -El Clásico and La Liga season with Alexandra ICYMI: Manscaped is now available in Canada! Mansc…
 
In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by Densil McFarlane of The OBGMs (@theobgms) to discuss N.E.R.D.’s 2004 album Fly or Die. Obscured to some degree by the immense success of the group as producers (The Neptunes) and Pharrell Williams’ eventual solo work, N.E.R.D. is more than deserving of…
 
In the latest Columbia House Party single, Jake and Blake fire up Machine Gun Kelly’s foray into pop-punk…? It’s true. And while it’s not surprising that one host enjoys it, the other does, too. With an assist to Halsey on forget me too, this meeting of genres gets the CHP seal of approval. ICYMI: Manscaped is now available in Canada! Manscaped has…
 
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 …
 
The Toronto Maple Leafs are getting their offseason shopping done quickly, adding veterans and experience with Wayne Simmonds, TJ Brodie, Zach Bogosian, Jimmy Vesey and more. We wonder if the slight shift in strategy will make moving on from Kasperi Kapanen and Andreas Johnsson the right move. Plus, the media finally catches up with our "Blame Tava…
 
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 (…
 
Well, that was quick. The Blue Jays playoff run has already come and gone, thanks to a two-game sweep from the top seeded Tampa Bay Rays. Cool. Jake and Zubes pick up the pieces from the abrupt end to the year, and look at the decision to mess around with the rotation in Game 1 and pull The Cobbler just 35 pitches into a start. Plus, Marc Gasol lea…
 
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…
 
Casey Bannerman (caseybannerman.com) is on the phone to chat with Clay about creativity during COVID. We're all feeling the press, the question is how are we finding ways to release it? Casey is one of Toronto's preeminent sports designers having worked around the NBA with several players and teams, but has always kept a soft spot for the hometown …
 
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. Come join the P…
 
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…
 
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