Cinderella Syracuse (hee-hee) advances to the Final Four, Kobe Bryant's down to his last 10 games, the Cleveland Browns get yet another quarterback, and the sporting world readies itself for a big weekend of baseball, basketball, golf, and pro wrestling.
Lyle Preslar and Jim Shearer look back on the life and rhymes of A Tribe Called Quest's Phife Dawg.
They also discuss the music happenings of the week, which include:
Rumors about Axl Rose fronting AC/DC, Dave Grohl petitioning a town in England to let teenagers play heavy metal in their garage, The Weeknd dropping off Rihanna's tour, Thursday reuniting, the best EDM Twitter beef of the week (Diplo vs. Zedd), and who will be headlining Lollapalooza and the Warped Tour this summer.
Whenever I start daydreaming in front of my computer screen I’ll occasionally click on a link from John Oliver, Samantha Bee, or Stephen Colbert. If you read between the lines—or in this case, the one-liners—you can actually learn a lot about the candidates running for president, like…Donald Trump.
Lyle Preslar and Jim Shearer recap The Oscars, as well as breakdown the legal proceedings of Kesha vs. Dr. Luke. They also discuss Beyonce vs. Miami Police Union, M.I.A. vs. NFL, and Lil' Wayne vs. Birdman.
Lyle also talks about trying to sign Weezer back in the day and the chances of a second wave punk band ever making it into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
After maybe a good three years of light, but constant nudging, I got Lyle Preslar, longtime music industry vet and guitarist of one of my all-time favorite punk bands, Minor Threat, to sit down and record a radio show with me (you can call it a "podcast" if it makes you feel more comfortable). You'll quickly find out that Lyle is as intelligent as he is funny.
The premise is very simple: I wanted to do a music version of Mike and Mike, covering the current happenings in major league pop, rock, indie, and hip-hop. In a world of media overload, I think there's still a void for a program like this.
Here's our first attempt. If you like it, let me know, and maybe I'll be able to nudge Lyle again.
BTW: There's no show title or official logo, because, dang, this is just an exhibition game. We didn't even bother to put in our mouth pieces.