Wednesday, February 24, 2016
In the latest edition of The 2 Man Weave Podcast my soon to be cousin-in-law and I go deep with fantasy football. We break down Gary's dynasty rankings and take an in depth look at the 2016 rookie class. This episode may not be for everyone, but I can assure you more content is on the way!
- fresh (@danye33) / Gary (@yawnswanson)
Thursday, October 15, 2015
DON'T CALL IT A COMEBACK- I'VE BEEN HERE FOR YEARS
That’s right baby, if Simmons can come back so can I! After an inexcusably long hiatus, The 2 Man Weave Podcast returns with some much needed fantasy football talk with contributor, and famed Tony Stewart troll, Gary McClune. In this episode we try to make sense of some crowded backfields, hate on Matthew Berry’s Love/Hate column and introduce a couple new dynasty related segments.
You can expect weekly podcasts on the horizon, and as penance for my laziness please enjoy endless laughter by reading the intro to "A Giant Letdown," by Matthew Berry
- fresh (@danye33) / Gary (@yawnswanson)
Dan and Adam are great podcast hosts and even better people, so listen to my episode here and then throw them a 'like' on Facebook (assuming you over-posting parents haven't driven you off the site yet).
Wednesday, July 15, 2015
In the latest edition of The 2 Man Weave Podcast, I rock out with Andrew Widell and John Fontanelli of "The 37 West." The California duo treated us to three live performances, and answered questions about getting the band back together, the writing process, and what we can expect from them next!
Related on the 2MW "Some Shine For The 37 Project"
Wednesday, July 8, 2015
Miggs and I get Jurassic in the latest edition of The 2 Man Weave Podcast. We also dive deep into Jared's porn stash, discuss my return to daylight, firework safety and, oh yeah, the time I CATFISHED GRONK!!!!
Monday, May 18, 2015
Jay-Z Shamelessly Compares Tidal's Struggles To The Killings of Freddie Gray, Mike Brown, and Trayvon Martin
Rap mogul and the reincarnation of Joe Camel, Jay-Z, treated subscribers of his streaming service Tidal to a private concert at New York City's Terminal 5 Friday night. Hov performed a bevvy of old tracks during his B-Sides show, along with a freestlyle taking shots at his new competitors Spotify, YouTube and Apple.
Below you can find the transcribed lyrics, courtesy of Billboard, emphasis mine.
“I don’t need no middlemen to talk to my n—-s / I understand if you don’t understand I figure my n—-a / That’s where we differ / I take what’s mine you accept what they give you / I get you/ I don’t take no checks / I take my respect / Pharrell even told me “Go with the best bet” / Jimmy Iovine offered the safety net / Google came around with a crazy check / I feel like YouTube is the culp-a-rit /. N—-s pay you a tenth of what you supposed to get / You know n—a die for equal pay, right? You know what I’m worth / I ain’t your slave right / You know I aint shucking and jivin’ and high fivin’ / You know this ain’t back in the days right / But i can’t tell by the way they kill Freddie Gray right / Shot down / Mike Brown / Like the way they did Tray right? / Y’all gone’ keep choking’ n—-s / we gon’ turn style / I ain’t your token n—a / You know i came in this game independent right / Tidal / My own label / same difference / Oh n—-s is skeptical of they own shit / You bought nine iPhones and Steve Jobs is rich / Phil Knight worth trillions you still bought those kicks / Spotify’s nine billion and they ain’t say shit / ‘Lucyyy you got some splainin’ to do’ / The only one they hatin’ on look the same as you / That’s cool / I know they tryin’ to bamboozle you / Spending billions on meryin’ to confusin you / I had to tell myself “Hov, get used to it” / It’s politics as usual.”
Last month Vogue reported that Jay-Z and Beyonce's cumulative net worth eclipsed ONE BILLION DOLLARS!!! But that hasn't stopped Mr. Carter from shamelessly comparing the struggles of his digital en devour to the tragic death's of several, young African-American men.
It shouldn't really come as a surprise. After all, it was almost a decade ago when Hov first informed us that he wasn't a businessman, but rather a *business* man. Sadly, that still doesn't make it any less insulting.
I guess we can all take some small solace in the fact that he didn't pimp out Tamir Rice's death for profit. That, and the fact that Tidal is absolutely nailing their Hindenburg impression.
Jordan Kilganon is no stranger to danger. The 6'1 baller has made a career out of dunking, wowing crowds across the country with his authoritarian throw downs. But it's his most recent dunk, the "Lost and Found," that has twitter users repetitively hammering down on the screaming face emoji.
This 360, self alley-opp puts any of Zach LaVine's "at the time great, but now that we have this to compare it to merely okay" slams from this year's NBA Dunk Contest to shame. Any chance we can get this guy on a 10 day contract so he's eligible in 2016?
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
I sent out the Boston bat signal and our good friend Joe Stevens responded! In the latest edition of The 2 Man Weave Podcast we go to bat for Brady and speculate on the Bill Simmons' next move.
Friday, May 8, 2015
The band rocked New York City's Ed Sullivan Theater for just over an hour Thursday night, as part of the "Legends of Letterman" series- a farewell tour for the iconic late night host. DMB first appeared on the Late Show twenty years ago and this performance was a beautiful way to bring everything full circle.
They played a half dozen or so songs including "Don't Drink The Water," "Stay or Leave," and "Grey Street," but the highlight of their set was the debut of their new song "Black and Bluebird." The soft song sounds very similar to the majority of the tracks from 2012's Away From The World, and features quintessential Dave lyrics about mortality, space and love.
Dave Matthews Band kicks off their 2015 Summer Tour next week in Austin, Texas. They'll play 47 shows in 39 cities, wrapping things up in Phoenix September 13th.
As for Letterman, he'll ride off into the late night moonlight May 20th.
you can download the new song here
Monday, May 4, 2015