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NO ENCORE
326: THE KENDRICK LAMAR – MR MORALE & THE BIG STEPPERS REVIEW

NO ENCORE

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 90:48


Not since Donda landed has an album release given Dave Hanratty and Craig Fitzpatrick cause to completely clear the podcast decks and make it the primary focus of an episode… after we take a few moments to get on the phone with Keith Duffy, naturally.Kendrick Lamar is back and there's a lot to unpack. Once you've immersed yourself in the main show critique and controversy, head on over to patreon.com/noencore if you'd like some bonus content.ACT ONE: Harry Styles has a new accent. Is that news? No, it's something much more important.ACT TWO (7:29): Breaking Ivor Novello updates, a tribute to the legendary Vangelis, a visit to The Sergery and Keith Duffy lamenting his lost love: Ireland itself. Yes, it's the news.ACT THREE (35:03): We've had seven days to digest Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers. It hasn't been enough. But, as ever, we've got plenty to say. Work through it with us, won't you? Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle (BYU)
5-13-22 - Hour 1 - BYU Basketball gained a commitment from a player at Kanye West's Donda Academy.

Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle (BYU)

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 52:02


Today's Co-Hosts: Ben Criddle (@criddlebenjamin) Subscribe to the Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle podcast:Apple Podcastshttps://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle/id996764363Google Podcastshttps://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMTM2OTkzOS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkSpotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7dZvrG1ZtKkfgqGenR3S2mPocket Castshttps://pca.st/SU8aOvercasthttps://overcast.fm/itunes996764363/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle-byuSpreakerhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddleStitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=66416iHeartRadiohttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-cougar-sports-with-29418022TuneInhttps://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports-Talk--News/Cougar-Sports-with-Ben-Criddle-p731529/

That's NOT Christian
Ep 151: CANELO Fight, Pastor Sues KANYE, DAVE CHAPPELLE Attacked

That's NOT Christian

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 101:16


Rapper Kanye West, also known as Ye, is being sued by a Texas pastor after he claimed parts of a sermon he gave were sampled without his permission. Bishop David Paul Moten claims that 70 seconds of his material were used on the track "Come to Life" from West's Grammy-nominated album "Donda." Moten is also suing G.O.O.D Music, Def Jam Recordings and UMG Recordings over the use of his sermon in the song. Dmitry Bivol, in one of the biggest boxing upsets in recent memory, scored a unanimous decision over the sport's top star, Canelo Alvarez, on Saturday at T-Mobile Arena. All three judges scored the fight 115-113, but the bout wasn't nearly that close. Still, Bivol needed to win the final rounds on all three cards to avoid a draw. Equally puzzling: All three judges scored the first four rounds for Alvarez. That's NOT Christian is a podcast by four urban believers who discuss current events and push the envelope on traditional religious subjects with a touch of humor. ►Become a Member: https://www.youtube.com/c/ThatsNOTChr... ►Shop: http://thatsnotchristian.com​​​ ► Telegram: https://t.me/thatsnotchristian​​​ ► Music by Ryan Little SPOTIFY: https://spoti.fi/2MmjRru​​​ ►Follow the Squad ANT: https://www.instagram.com/aptop25/​​​ JAY: https://www.instagram.com/jayacosta/​​​ JIMMY: https://www.instagram.com/jaeisla/​​​ SWITCH: https://www.instagram.com/switch_in_hd ►Podcast Equipment Streamyard: https://streamyard.com?pal=5046807178... Canon M50: https://amzn.to/2NP7s3G​​​ Logitech BRIO- https://amzn.to/379YCnN Logitech C920: https://amzn.to/36odZJ9​ Samson​​ Q2U: https://amzn.to/3tcv2aW​​​ Ring Light: https://amzn.to/3tbxApJ​ Light​​ Stand: https://amzn.to/2NKbg69​​​ Smart Lights: https://amzn.to/3aeU5kW​ Gaming​​ Chair: https://amzn.to/36nnFn0​​​ DISCLAIMER: This video and description may contain affiliate links which allow us to receive a small commission when you click on a product links. This helps support the podcast and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support! #thatsnotchristian #Kevinsamuels #roevwade --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thatsnotchristian/message

A.V.A Live Radio Music
Future Kayne West Keep it Burnin Music Review

A.V.A Live Radio Music

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 13:49


Jacqueline Jax reviews the newest release from Future and Kayne West 'Keep it Burnin'. “KEEP IT BURNIN” is one of the four collaborations between Future and Kanye West recorded during the Donda 2 era. Kayne stole this show with explosive energy and by telling his truth from the start. He's obviously got alot on his mind and he's ready to tell the tale. “KEEP IT BURNIN” is one of the four collaborations between Future and Kanye West recorded during the Donda 2 era. Kayne stole this show with explosive energy and by telling his truth from the start. He's obviously got alot on his mind and he's ready to tell the tale. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ava-live-radio/message

Notorious Mass Effect
"KANYE WEST & KID CUDI BEEF"

Notorious Mass Effect

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 16:22


The pair of rappers publicly fell out over Cudi's continued friendship with comedian Pete Davidson. The Suicide Squad actor began dating Kim Kardashian in November 2021 - just nine months after the reality star had filed for divorce from Kayne. When their relationship was revealed, West's opinion of Davidson or any of his associates quickly began to sour as he launched a tirade of targeted social media posts. It also included references in the lyrics of Alicia Keys' song, City of Gods. But before long, Cudi became caught in the crossfire as West hastily revealed that “Cudi will not be on Donda." Posting online he mentioned Cudi was "friends with you know who." He concluded: "We all speak in Billie language now." source: Kid Cudi and Kanye West beef explained (the-sun.com) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/masseffect/support

Don’t Sleep on the Couch Podcast
The Whole Bunch of Music & NBA Playoff Prediction's Episode

Don’t Sleep on the Couch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 132:53


This week Don't Sleep on the Couch breaks down the NBA Playoffs & provides an NFL update. Kash & Prez give their initial thoughts on new music released by Pusha T, J.Cole, Ransom, Lil Baby, Fivio Foreign, Vince Staples, 42 Dugg, EST Gee, and more! Culture:

Checking con Mauro
200 DOLARES POR ESCUCHAR DONDA 2 DE KANYE WEST? [VIDEO]

Checking con Mauro

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2022 9:56


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NFR Podcast
What Happened to Kanye West's Donda 2?

NFR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 11:50


In this video we spoke about the latest updates for Kanye West's new album Donda 2. Watch this Video on YouTube:https://youtu.be/p5fTFQ-FmxE LIVE ALBUM REACTIONS: go.nfrpodcast.com/LiveAlbumReactions   Twitter: go.nfrpodcast.com/Twitter TikTok: go.nfrpodcast.com/TikTok Instagram: go.nfrpodcast.com/Instagram Discord: go.nfrpodcast.com/Discord NFR's Apple Music Playlist: go.nfrpodcast.com/AppleMusicPlaylist NFR's Spotify Playlist: go.nfrpodcast.com/SpotifyPlaylist

Galt's Conditioning

We should be honored.

The Money Show
National Treasury DG Donda Mogajane calls it quits after 23 years at the Department

The Money Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 83:23


Gina Schoeman, senior economist at Citi Bank gives farewell to DG Dondo Mogajane who is stepping down from his position at Treasury. Wayne Duvenage, CEO at Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa)| on the campaign to clamp down corruption and to defend democracy. Maya Fisher-French, Personal Finance Journalist at Maya on Money explains RSA Retail Bonds and their benefits. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Audioface: Album Reviews, Music, & Culture
#225 - Red Hot Chili Peppers, Koffee, Sun Bear Hum

Audioface: Album Reviews, Music, & Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 75:01


On the 225th episode of Audioface: REVIEWS: "Unlimited Love" by Red Hot Chili Peppers, "Gifted" by Koffee, and "Haunted Pond" by Sun Bear Hum Audioface responds to YouTube comments on popular videos, including the SAINt JHN album "While The World Was Burning" review. The Unlimited Love review. Reading comments about Bjork, FKA Twigs, and Live music. The Gifted review. Replying to comments about Lana Del Rey. The Haunted Pond review. Responding to comments about Ye, Donda, and the funniest comments we've received lately. --- GET MORE AUDIOFACE WITH SYNDICATE 23 MEMBERSHIPMore info at join.syndicate23.co AUDIOFACE'S 2022 NEW MUSIC PLAYLIST:https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5re14dHv4E6iOA9yj1PmtB?si=480f679829c0471b SUPPORT AUDIOFACE!Subscribe to this podcast (or Follow on Spotify) so you don’t miss new episodes every week. Tell some friends about this show to keep it growing! We appreciate it, and you. Reach out to us: https://twitter.com/audiofacepod/https://intsagram.com/audiofacepod/https://www.youtube.com/audiofacepod?sub_confirmation=1 For advertising opportunities, email info (at) syndicate23 (dot) co

NFR Podcast
Reaction to 2022 Grammy Winners

NFR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 12:43


In this video we reacted to the 2022 Grammy winners in the rap categories. Some of the nominees include Kanye West's Donda, Tyler, The Creator's Call Me If You Get Lost, J. Cole's The Off-Season & more. We discussed our thoughts on the Best Rap Album, Best Rap Song, Best Rap Performance & Best Melodic Rap Performance. What did you think of the 2022 Grammy winners? Watch this Video on YouTube:https://youtu.be/ORY2HP7WJm8 LIVE ALBUM REACTIONS: https://www.patreon.com/nfrpodcast Listen to every episode on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6PswztvZsljtfTz3RlmsSo?si=D2x5bsA5TQCNCIUQygABMA Listen to every episode on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/nfr-podcast/id1555301078 Twitter: https://twitter.com/nfr_podcast TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMJc9G69j/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nfrpodcast/ Discord: https://discord.gg/8FkEhHc5bb NFR's Apple Music Playlist: https://music.apple.com/ca/playlist/best-new-rap-songs-2022/pl.u-76oNzd7tZ6d9dp NFR's Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3LuSM3rh4WZzIE5lArESXo?si=jhR7m3yaSgq6_UQahi9QpA 

On The Radar
KayCyy Interview: Kanye West, Donda Grammy Nomination, Smoking With Justin Bieber, "Who Is KayCyy"

On The Radar

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 22:01


Today on On The Radar Radio We're joined by the extremely talented KayCyy! The rapper, singer and writer is fresh off the release of his latest 3 pack with producer and DJ Gesaffelstein "TW20 50" and is currently gearing up for the release of his debut solo project "Who Is KayCyy" coming later this year. Stopping by the show the young star spoke about balancing his behind-the-scenes work as a writer while also focusing on being an artist himself, how he came to be an instrumental part in the creation of Kanye West's "Donda" album, working with the likes of Lancey Foux and SoFaygo on new music, and he also shared a story of smoking weed with none other than Justin Bieber in Wyoming. Follow Gabe on IG: https://bit.ly/3cpvsEM​​Follow On The Radar On IG: https://bit.ly/3n3tP1Q​​Follow On The Radar On Twitter: https://bit.ly/2VYj8lm​​Follow On The Radar on Facebook: https://bit.ly/2VWjJnB​​Follow On The Radar on Tik Tok: https://bit.ly/2JNPcWI​​Follow On The Radar On iHeartRadio: https://ihr.fm/39UZUW1​​Follow On The Radar On Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/370ITYD​​#ontheradar #Interview #KayCyy

WICKED GOOD PODCAST
S04E04 | "Fazed Up" Moon Rocket | WICKED GOOD

WICKED GOOD PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 107:01


THE SHOW THAT'S WICKED GOOD WEBSITE - http://wickedgood.xyz DONATE! - https://pastebin.com/758CHz68 PATREON - https://patreon.com/WICKEDGOOD TWITCH - https://www.twitch.tv/wickedgooduser YOUTUBE - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMVvlky7ETbgaeLxk9bF2UQ SPOTIFY - https://open.spotify.com/show/7yiPrYxlvJtuf8AsdumRS6 APPLE PODCASTS - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wicked-good/id1517769733 INSTAGRAM - https://instagram.com/wickedgoodshow/ REDDIT - https://www.reddit.com/r/WICKEDGOOD/ TIMESTAMPS / SHOW NOTES - https://pastebin.com/6fXDf6VT (0:00) Donda 2 Ruled “Ineligible” For Billboard Charts (15:32) Epic Games bought Bandcamp (22:33) Amazon AMP. Create your own internet radio station legally (30:43) Google Genius lawsuit update (38:32) Spotify Patented its Own A&R Technology (48:29) Final rule occupant protection amendment automated vehicles (53:31) TikTok nears Oracle deal (57:24) NASA Studies ‘New' 50-Year-Old Lunar Sample to Prep for Return to Moon (1:02:35) Artemis moon rocket rolled out to pad (1:07:16) Snoop joins Faze Clan investment (1:09:38) WICKED GOOD YOUTUBE CHANNEL - Real engineering (1:13:38) Mouse gives birth after gene-editing experiment (1:18:50) RIP CRYPTO PUNKS???? (1:26:17) Executive Order on Ensuring Responsible Development of Digital Assets (1:39:51) “Fingerprints, batteries, and people” BLOCKs high transaction fingerprint scanner (1:45:39) ‘No permission' to cheer at BTS concert in south Korea Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SXSBLTN *Show notes are not an endorsement, they are show notes. **This show is not legal advice, it is for educational and entertainment purposes. ***These videos are based on publicly available information unless otherwise stated.

Project ETO
Kanye West Must Be Stopped | Kim Kardashian Is Free Divorce

Project ETO

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 6:53


Hey Identifier, https://people.com/music/kanye-west-faces-backlash-releases-disturbing-video-kidnaps-pete-davidson/ #Kanyewest #KimKardashian #Divorce Kanye West's attacks on Pete Davidson continue. On Wednesday, the Donda 2 musician, 44, released an alarming video for his song "Eazy", featuring fellow rapper The Game. In the footage shared on West's Instagram page, a claymation version of Pete Davidson, 28, is kidnapped, tied up, and buried alive. After growing roses around the comedian, 28, West is then seen standing on top of a garden as the lyrics, "God saved me from that crash, just so I could beat Pete Davidson's ass" are heard. Toward the end of the video, a truck full of roses, similar to the one he appeared to deliver to estranged wife Kim Kardashian on Valentine's Day, pans across the view. West then references "Skete," a nickname he's called Davidson several times in now-deleted social media posts, as the words, "EVERYONE LIVED HAPPILY EVER AFTER / EXCEPT SKETE YOU KNOW WHO / JK HE'S FINE," appear on the screen. Leave us a Voice Mail or Support https://anchor.fm/the-identity-booth/message https://anchor.fm/the-identity-booth/support Sub to the channel here https://www.twitch.tv/theidentitybooth Donate https://streamlabs.com/projecteto/tip The Goal: Try to Identify with you as you try to Identify with me. Find Heero here: https://linktr.ee/the_identity_Booth Take Care --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-identity-booth/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-identity-booth/support

Unmothered + Unbothered Podcast
76: The Donda West Effect

Unmothered + Unbothered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 28:48


I was motivated to record this episode after watching Jeen-Yuhs on Netflix. I absolutely loved the relationship that Kanye West had with his mother! She was his #1 fan and loudest cheerleader. It was beautiful to watch. I never expected to get online and see people compare Donda to their own mothers and blame their mothers for their failures. Stating they didn't accomplish their goals because they didn't have a mother like Donda. They didn't go to college because their mom was toxic and they blame her. I was extremely disgusted! These were adult women! You don't have much choice as kids but there is no excuse for an adult to blame another for the way their life turned out. This is why I had to do this episode. I had some stuff to get off my chest. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unmotherednoproblem/message

Hang the DJ
Episode 76 - DONDA 2.

Hang the DJ

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 72:06


No description needed!  Follow us on the social and make sure you subscribe! Thank you for all the support.  - Darren & Jake.   Instagram:  @hangthedjpodcast @thedarrenparkinson @thejakelanderson   Twitter:  @hangthedjpod   Email:  hangthedjpodcast@gmail.com

I Survived Theatre School

Intro: teenage hackersLet Me Run This By You: setting limits with KanyeInterview: We talk to Josh Sobel about Cal Arts, Travis Preston, Yale School of Drama, Robert Brustein, Fig and the Wasp, Oberlin College, The O'Neill Theater Center, Michael Cadman, Royal Shakespeare Company, Chicago ensemble theatre, Strawdog Theatre Company, Ianesco's Rhinoceros, Rochester NY, Brighton High School, A Chorus Line, Cabaret, horizontal hierarchies, The Wooster Group, change talk vs. change action, Chris Ackerlind, Light in the Piazza, Paula Vogel's Indecent, Samantha Behr, Haven Chicago, The Den Theater, Rochester Philharmonic, Lorenzo Palomo, Ian Martin, Hal Prince, Dr. Seuss' The Sneetches, John de Lancie, Rochester Academy of Medicine, radiation oncology, The Xylophone West by Alex Lubischer, Isaac Gomez's The Displaced, Center Theatre Group, Jeremy O'Harris' Slave Play, Rashaad Hall, Chris Jones' review of Ms. Blakk for President.FULL TRANSCRIPT (unedited):3 (10s):And I'm Gina Pulice.1 (11s):We went to theater school together. We survived it, but we didn't quite understand it.3 (15s):20 years later, we're digging deep talking to our guests about their experiences and trying to make sense of it all.1 (21s):We survived theater school and you will too. Are we famous yet?2 (32s):I think, I think my son has fig he's gotten into sort of like the hacking side of things and he always wants to get around all of the restrictions we put on him. Like we have content restrictions, we have time limits. And I think he's just made it his mission. I mean, this is like the theme of his life. He has made it his mission to subvert the paradigm as my husband would say. And it's exhausting because all I can do is try to be like 10 steps behind them and learn like what's a VPN. That's what I, I think what he did. I think he installed a VPN to bypass the internet control that I have.2 (1m 20s):Oh1 (1m 20s):My God.2 (1m 22s):And it somehow how that relates to, I can watch, I couldn't tell you. I can tell you that if I turn off the wifi, I can watch it on my cellular data.4 (1m 33s):It's insane.2 (1m 35s):Yeah. It's, it's beyond insane. I, and you know, I like, I'm always on this thing where I'm vacillating between letting it go and just trying harder to, you know, impose the limit. I mean, you, I wouldn't, before I had kids, I would not have imagined it was this hard to impose limits on people, you know, because you don't want them to not have what they want. Right.4 (2m 6s):Right.2 (2m 7s):And, and it's a real battle to like, make myself, give myself and my children limits. It's really hard.4 (2m 17s):My God. Yeah. Yeah. And the other thing I'm stuck on, it's like maybe there was okay. I think I'm like trying to figure out the thing, which is like, I know what I think I know what happened. So you have restrictions on content. Like, and I think a genius, the Kanye trilogy, like completely has all those triggers in it. Like all the things are in it. There's sex, suicide. There's, there's, it's all the things you, I wouldn't want a susceptible teenager to watch. Right. Like just for various reasons, not, not for anything other than triggers. Right. So like my nieces and nephew, the same thing, so, okay.4 (2m 57s):So then you set that right? And you're like, no, no, but then the kid or anyone can get a VPN, which then resets, I think the con, but I think you're still on the, you're still, you're still on the content warning site, which is blocking genius. You from watching genius. That is fucking, I mean, it's kind of genius in a way, but it's also so infuriating. It's like, come on, dude. I'm just trying to watch my fucking Kanye west bullshit.2 (3m 26s):It's literally just this race of like today I'm on top. And then the next day it's like, oh my God, they, they, they run the show. I'll never forget. There was a scene in the first season of the Sopranos where Tony and Carmel are having a problem with Anthony, or maybe it was with the daughter, a meadow and they're in their bedroom. And he goes, if she finds out, we have no power. We're screwed. And I laughed. It was the time I had watched it after I had teenagers. Yeah. Like that's what it is. We actually have no power. And yet the, the, the con that we're forced to do is pretend like we have all the power.2 (4m 12s):It's4 (4m 13s):Like2 (4m 13s):Covering4 (4m 14s):A metaphor also for life about like my mom's friend sent me something that said, you know, I forget it was like her friend had passed away and it's not fair and it's not fair. And I, and it isn't, and that's the thing. Like it, the truth is not fair. Like it sucks. But like, and, and we pretend that things are fair because if we don't, it's absolute chaos. Like if we didn't pretend really that red means stop and green means go, we'd have a real fucking problem. If we all rebelled and said, you know what, fuck you, green means go. And red means stop. And we all sent a mass media thing around.4 (4m 56s):There would be chaos. It would be2 (5m 13s):The bus. And I guess that's just the headline right there. That's like the headline in the story. Like you took the bus from LA to San Fran, Fran, because gas is so expensive.4 (5m 22s):Well, many things. Okay. So driving, it's really a grind on the five coming home, especially it's like, so rough, like, it can be a nine hour instead of five, six hours situation. It's crazy. Cause the five sucks. So, so that was the first like, and then gas. So I wasn't gonna drive cause I did the drive Thanksgiving and it was like, oh God. And then, so I was like, okay, well I'll, I'll just, I I'll fly. But then I'm afraid to fly. Even though the flight is literally 45 minutes. And then I was like, okay, but then because of gas, I said, okay, I'm going to just get my balls into it. I'm going to build up my balls and I'm going to fly. But then because of gas, you know, does jets use gas fuel though?4 (6m 6s):The flights really went up six San Francisco. You shouldn't even get a flight for a hundred bucks on Southwest round trip, like 120. No, no, two 20. So I'm like, oh no. So then I say, okay, well I'll take my Amtrak. Of course, which is actually what I, what I looked at first. But the track of it, it's a beautiful ride. It takes forever, but it goes up the coast and it's gorgeous. And you can like bid to get a fancy room,2 (6m 28s):Right? Yeah.4 (6m 29s):Well, okay. Well the tracks being repaired, so then you'd have to take a Greyhound. I'm not taking a Greyhound. So then I was like, okay, what would it take a fancy bus? And it's a flick2 (6m 38s):Of a fancy4 (6m 39s):Flex bus flicks. And Flix is big in Europe and they're charter buses and they have bathrooms and it's like assigned seating. And I bought two seats because I was like, fuck you. And it's so inexpensive, but still listen. I just, you know, and I worked, my dad was an addict. I have food addict issues. I get addicts. So don't come. People don't come at me for saying this. But the bus is a place where heroin, heroin, addicts thrive. Like that2 (7m 9s):Is the heroin addict doing on the4 (7m 11s):Bus nodding out. So there's two, there was a couple and I was like, oh, these are heroin addicts. They just looked so like, their luggage was all fucked up. They couldn't barely get on the bus. They were fighting young people, LA style tattoos. Fine. I am tattoos. It's not that they, but it was like this very specific look thin bedraggled, but not, not, not a curated look like more like, I'm just fucked up inappropriate clothing for the weather. Like big. Although in San Francisco is cold. Maybe they need something. I didn't know. They had like heavy coats on it's like 90 degree, all their shit. Right? Like they're, you know, I've got one little carrier. They've got like bags, like big things.4 (7m 52s):Okay. And that you can check, but you have to pay more for it. And their suitcases are falling apart. Okay. Fine. But they have cell phones, which is so, but a lot of people have cell phones. I mean, I I'm always shocked when people have cell phones that look like they shouldn't, I'm like, what? How do you maintain that? But anyway, so they get on an immediate, they sit in the, they got the seats in the way back, which is like a little bigger, but also your brother bathroom's gross, but they just not out immediately. They get on and like midfoot, mid fighting. They just like pass out and I'm like, oh my God. Like not out like out. And then don't wake up until we get there. Like literally it's an eight hour ride.4 (8m 32s):They don't get up at all.2 (8m 35s):Wow. They'd probably been awake. Yeah. Or I guess maybe not4 (8m 41s):How2 (8m 42s):It works with the4 (8m 42s):Heroin. Well, it depends like, I mean,2 (8m 44s):Not the heroin.4 (8m 46s):That's my new band name. That's our new band name. The heroin's got mics on two levels.2 (8m 51s):Yeah,4 (8m 53s):That was good. Gina. Okay. So no for me and my, my, my clients were a lot of them on heroin. And what would happen is like, you can't always get heroin. Right. Because it's expensive. And because I mean, it's cheaper than whatever, but it's expensive. And then, so you go without it and you start to detox and then you're up, you can't sleep. You're a mess. And then when you finally score again or whatever, get your heroin, then you just feel great for about half an hour. Then you pass out. It's just so it's such a waste, but okay. It's a process.2 (9m 25s):You know, although I would never want to be a heroin addict. I will say something like what's occurring to me. As you're talking about this couple is like, you know how with addicts, their life is very focused around just scoring or whatever. So to be able to have your life goals in these little chunks is really appealing to me.4 (9m 47s):Yeah. Well, it's a very, very, very specified job2 (9m 52s):World. Right? You make, I think when you're a heroin addict, you must have a really small world and your objectives are like, get score. That's at a place to4 (10m 1s):Sleep and don't get arrested and don't2 (10m 3s):Get, don't get arrested. Like there's something and I, I'm sorry to be cheeky about it. Cause people have really suffered with heroin addiction. I, I'm not suggesting that people, anybody should be an addict. I'm just saying like the idea4 (10m 14s):Yeah. To you. It's like, yeah, me too.2 (10m 17s):Actually even just the other day I was thinking I was watching somebody who had, what I imagined was probably a minimum wage job. And I don't remember what the job was now, but I just, I was looking at the person doing their tasks and I was thinking, yeah, maybe I should get a job like that. You know? And then 30 seconds in, I'm really trying to imagine myself. And I'm like, what am I talking about? Oh, people don't love working at McDonald's. Don't love, you know, whatever the4 (10m 47s):Jobs. And I will in, in adulthood in 30 dumb, in 40 dumb, like the last one I had at that fucking donut shop, I was like, oh, this seemed quaint. The chef was a jerk. I got in like a fight with the chef was so rude. Like here I am 42, right. Or 43 or something. And I was working at this place in Rogers park for like cash only under the table owned by these two young SIRS. They, whatever their business was working. But like the fucking chef was like talking shit about me. Like,2 (11m 23s):Is that a doughnut chef? No,4 (11m 28s):I should have said that. No, they also serve sandwiches. That's brilliant. That's brilliant. I was2 (11m 33s):Just thinking to myself, like, do you have to be a chef?4 (11m 36s):No, that's hilarious. But she was like, or they were, they were talking shit about me. And I was like, oh no, no, no. And I was basically volunteering there. I was so outraged. I was like This person that2 (11m 51s):To read an essay about that, you've got, write an essay about your donut shop stint.4 (11m 55s):Oh, I will. And I want to name names. They were fucking assholes. And also they, like, when I went to confront the PR, like I was like, I like when you walk behind someone you're supposed to stay behind. Right. But if you've never worked in the restaurant industry that does not come naturally. And also I'm really fast moving. So like I just met, she goes, you have to stay behind. And I was like, oh my God, I'm gonna fucking kill you. And then she would under her breath talk shit to me about to the other people. And so, and so I finally, you get them, you get them every time, this way. So I pulled the owner aside and I was really upset, like crying because she was treating me like shit. And I said, listen, what the fuck is this? And then the next, the person wanted to then that the owner was like, look, this lady is doing as a favor by working here basically because we have no one and she's working on under the table.4 (12m 42s):So then the, the, the person wanted to talk to me, the chef and I talked to her, I'm like what? She goes, I'm sorry. If I come off a little, I go, oh no, no, you don't come off. You are. And I said, I don't know what's happening here. I'm like, just try to do my job and go the fuck home and make my money to pay my cell phone bill, bitch. Like I wrote that and then I just quit. I was like, fuck all. Y'all. So, no, it sounds really quaint, which is why I fucking get those jobs. And then you get in there and you're like, oh, this is how on earth.2 (13m 11s):Oh God, I am sure it was, I4 (13m 15s):Don't do2 (13m 15s):It. Yeah, no, no, I won't. I will not do it. It just, it just periodically, it just occurred to me4 (13m 20s):Because there's a set skill set set of tasks that no one eat you ma I imagine that no one is like on their high horse. No, no. People are still on their fucking high horse in minimum wage jobs. There's a hierarchy of fucking assholes anywhere you've.2 (13m 37s):But then I did get to watch the third episode of the Kanye documentary and then, okay, well, I didn't finish it though. I'm only like 20 minutes into it. It's so sad. Right? It's going to go on. It's going to turn4 (13m 50s):It. It does. But in also in an unexpected way, what I will say, I think we should talk about the third episode next time. Okay.2 (13m 58s):But4 (13m 59s):The first two, for me, fucking amazing in the storytelling, whether, regardless of how I feel about Kanye west, which I don't feel any kind of way other than, I mean, I just, I I'm talking about the, since we're about to make a documentary, right? Like I'm looking at, I love the first two. I love cooties filmmaking. And the first two episodes, it then takes a turn on the third, but like the first two are so packed with information and visuals and, and storytelling.4 (14m 39s):Like, I loved it. You and you also get a S he such a great job of like showing a slice of time, you know, and, and, and all the characters in it and real life people we know and get glimpses of. And I just thought, and for me, the most moving part of it, I mean, I have real lot of feelings about Donda and Connie's relationship and Donda herself. I have a lot of diagnoses for both of them, but I'm not, you know, like, I feel like she's got bipolar. Like, I think there's a whole thing going on there, but what I found, I have never, I have never been so moved for, for the hustle and the perseverance of a human being and the just sort of neutral and unwavering.4 (15m 32s):We know it's not really true, but like they're like, but the unwavered, what I saw was an unwavering unshakable, almost naive belief in oneself.2 (15m 42s):This is what I wanted to talk to you about. This is what I wanted to run by you. Cause the, the connection between talking about that, me working on the documentary and, and this a, I agree with you, Cody is an amazing documentarian. And we could totally learn a lot from the way that he weaved his own personal story into that, his relationship with this, you know, mega personality. But yeah, you know, the scene where he's talking to a bunch of kids and he's, he's talking about self-compassion, I mean, he, he has a point, you know, what, what should you, you created an amazing piece of art and somebody compliments you on it and you you're supposed to pretend like you're dumb.2 (16m 29s):You all, you don't agree that it's, that it's amazing. You know, like there's something to be said for that. And there's something to be said for what you're just describing the unshakable confidence, but I want to hear what your thoughts are about their relationship.4 (16m 45s):It was interesting to watch the process of what I would call a simultaneous process of infantilizing him as well as idolizing him as well as parental defying him, as well as believing in him. It's a combo platter. And I believe from watching her and watching what I noticed in her mannerisms and his that I think they both had a mania thing going on, like in her eyeballs. So I have become really good at looking at people's eyeballs.4 (17m 26s):And I notice in the documentary, as it goes along when Kanye is manic, his voice goes up in pitch and his eyeballs looked different and she had this eyeball situation, which is this sort of darty, Desperate eyeballs. And I noticed it in my clients all the time and I'd be like, oh, they're manic, they're manic. It's not an, and it's like, hypomania, it's not for her. But like, I saw that in her. And I was like, oh, like, what's happening? Where am I going? What's happening? Who can I okay. And, and covered with a bit of like, you know, self-help, you can do it this and perseverance, but it's, it's all a combo platter, but that was my take.4 (18m 15s):What was on their relationship was like a, I need you, you need me, what's happening. I'm worried about you, but I'm going to then hope that by, by really pumping you up, that I'm going to pump up the mental illness away.2 (18m 31s):. Yeah. Well, I, I agree with what you say about the, their relationship, their dynamic, and it makes sense that yeah, maybe she had a touch of the bipolar too. What I was thinking about it is, and like I say, I haven't gotten through the third episode, but what I was thinking is it's so evident how meaningful their relationship was to both of them, but in this case for, for him and that he could just maybe spend the rest of his life, chasing that relationship, chasing a woman who will fall over him, the way that she did.2 (19m 14s):I mean, really what it seems like, what he needs is a person who kind of use it as their sole purpose in life to, to, to support his genius, which is why he probably makes a terrible partner, But that the, she gave him like this, like she was mainlining love to.4 (19m 35s):Yeah.2 (19m 37s):And you know, he's unlikely to find that any place else. Right,4 (19m 41s):Right.2 (19m 41s):But he's still looking, I think, Well,4 (19m 46s):And then it's really interesting. So like Cody gave up his whole life to, to follow him and it wasn't enough. Like it, it becomes not enough. And then when the person literally is removed by death, then what do you do is what we're seeing in the documentary. But like the it's, it's a it's, it's so fucked up because I, I feel like from watching from the outside, she must've felt like she was his only hope. Right. Which is which, okay. Which I'm sure is it's2 (20m 18s):Hard to me was her only hope.4 (20m 19s):No, she was, she's like, I'm my son's only advocate. Right? My old, his only hope for love and happiness comes from me ultimately. And whatever went down in his childhood, I have to make up for what other, all of them, with the other, all the mothers stuff happens. Right. I can imagine. And then it's like, yeah, it sets him up to be, like you said, chasing that the rest of his entire life. And she's not going to be around forever. And she did the best she could. And she did so much compared to what a lot of people do. And he's, it's just, it, you throw in mega stardom in there and it is a recipe for absolute meltdown.2 (21m 6s):It actually, it really relates to the thing we were talking about when we started talking today, which is about limits and limit setting. And I think I mentioned to you that I'm also reading this book about Sandy hook conspiracy and the straight line between Sandy hook conspiracy and the January 6th instruction. But in the part of the book where they're talking about Adam Lanza and his mother, I hadn't heard this before that, you know, he, he he'd been flagged in the psychiatric system, you know, going back since he was a young boy and I don't know why she opted out of treatment for him. But what I do know from this book is that what she strove to do was keep meeting his needs wherever they were.2 (21m 53s):But because he was so mentally ill, his needs were things like w w when he had his, the intake at Yale, the clinician noted that he said to his mother, you need to stand with no part of your body touching the wall and that she just did it. And that at home, it had gotten too, there were things he couldn't have cooking odors, curtains, door knobs.4 (22m 23s):Yeah.2 (22m 24s):And she just kept meeting the need. And this was something that I really relate to. Hopefully I have not going off the rails like that, but when your child is suffering and what they're telling you is I want this thing, the decision to say, I know better than you. You think you want this thing, but that is not the right thing for you and for that child to be screaming in your face or not. But, you know, with all of their energy, all of their conviction, they're coming to you saying no, this with my kids, it's the screens.2 (23m 4s):No, I need my screen time. And I'm going. Yeah. But you, you can't know what I know, which is that you, it's not good for you. It's simply not good. And it's just so hard to tolerate when your child is enraged or hurt by you4 (23m 22s):Suffering the suffering.2 (23m 24s):So nobody said any limits for Kanye, and he's now floating like a balloon in the ether, right?4 (23m 32s):Yeah. It's, it's really bad. He's now he's now has restraining orders. And now he's got the Grammy said he can't perform there. So now the limits are being imposed that are huge. And I don't know what's going to, and I also, from working in Hollywood, what I noticed was it is so easy when you have money and power yeah. To, to develop a team that will, will do what you're saying. That, that Adam Lanza's Mrs. Or miss Lanza did. It's so easy to have that bought and built in.2 (24m 15s):And I will tell you this, my, one of my very most successful treatments that I did when I was at private practice therapist is I treated somebody with very, very severe borderline personality disorder. And it was a kind of situation where the client would quit all of the time, you know, quit, quit therapy. And then, and then you would do this dance of like, they, you know, they don't really mean it. So you don't, you don't give up their appointment time because they're going to show up. Sometimes they're going to show up and act like nothing happened. Like they never said they were going to quit. So with this one person that I've been working with for a really long time, and we had a good relationship, which, which is to say yes, she was very, very sick.2 (25m 4s):And she was very, very difficult, but also she had so many great qualities that it kept me. Like, it kept me really invested in her, but the 50th time or whatever it was that she quit after I, she was also in this group that I was running and she like got violent Sharna in the group and left and whatever. Anyway, this time around, when she quit treatment, I said, okay, we're done now. And then she showed up for her next appointment. And I said, no, we're, we're done now. And that precipitated a year long hospitalization for her, but this person is now doing amazing, honestly.2 (25m 49s):And I knew in her family dynamic, her parents were afraid to set limits with that because she was a very, very strong personality, but it was only through the limit setting anything. It had to go all the way to the end, right. For her and, and to, to reject and decry and be victimized and blah, blah, blah, for then her to like follow her dream College. She, she, I can't say what it is obviously, but she has a job that was the job of her dreams and that she learned, she only discovered was the job of her dreams in treatment and that she could have only gotten to do after having really had to contend with actually living with the limit.0 (26m 42s):Well,3 (26m 55s):Today on the podcast, we are talking to Josh . Josh is graduating this year with his MFA in directing from Cal arts. And he formerly had a whole career in Chicago as artistic director of the Haven in Chicago. And he has a lot of interesting insights about his experience of being in school again, after having well launched into his career. So please enjoy our conversation with Josh Sobel.2 (27m 36s):So Josh was just explaining the Cal arts is, I was saying, is it a conservatory? And he was saying, it's an art school in the truest sense. So go ahead and repeat what you're saying.6 (27m 44s):Yeah. So like Travis, who's an alum of like Yale back from the Robert Brustein days of Yale. He he's like, look, Yale school of drama is always considered like, Ooh, Yale school of drama, but he's like, if you think about it within the larger Yale structure, you've also got like the business school and like, you've got the journal, you've got the medical school, you've got all these things. So like within the theater universe, it's huge, but within the structure of the university, it Yale, you know, and so the beauty of Cal arts in a way is that it exists outside of that larger sort of academic structure. It isn't part of a university. It is an art school with a theater department.6 (28m 27s):And there's something that, that is really freeing honestly about that. And the Cal arts in particular sort of leaned into in terms of its sort of generative and, and experimental sort of Ben it's, it's been an interesting experience. Yeah, please.2 (28m 45s):Gina Bridget went there. Yes. Yeah. That's what I'm saying. I think she's the another co Cal arts alum we have.6 (28m 51s):Well, and it's funny, cause you mentioned they were an acting alum and the acting program I have to say is in particular fascinating and unique. And I love it because unlike a lot of programs I've encountered and I've like taught in academia a little bit before I went in, before I started as a student in it, it's like very few programs encouraged teach and want their actors to be generative artists in their own. Right. And bring that to the table in the room. And honestly, as a director, I'm like, it's a gift. It is such a goddamn gift in terms of the collaborative process. Like I, I can sometimes when I'm hitting my own moment, like really feel comfortable being like, I need like a physical gesture representing a panic attack in slow motion that moves across the stage this way, take third, take 30 minutes.6 (29m 44s):Here's some music and an object.4 (29m 46s):Oh God, that sounds like the greatest thing I've ever heard.6 (29m 51s):I did something similar with a particular actor in my thesis show thesis show, quote unquote. And like she killed it. Oh my God. Avalon Greenberg call. She's about to graduate from the BFA program and she's, or a couple of years. And she's incredible. But like she ran with it and these actors are sort of prepared to take that and like, just make shit and be like, is this what it is? What does it need? And then I can sit there and like sculpt, we can then like work together to be like, Ooh, let's expand that moment out. Let's tighten that bit. And we're then working collaboratively on this other thing.4 (30m 25s):So amazing Josh, like, like I, I, I do this every time we talked to someone that I really like, and I like their vibe and I like how they're talking about their education. I'm like, oh, I'm going to apply there. And then I remember that I did apply to Cal arts for undergrad and I got a call back, which was like the greatest thing, because I was a terrible actor. And I like in the truest sense, like what you're talking about, I would have been like, so, so I am, so I am so glad to talk to you because I, when you say things like that, about how you direct as well, and I'm not a director, Gina directs, I don't direct, but like I want to work with someone who says shit like that.6 (31m 7s):Well, I, I really, I don't know. It's funny. I, you know, outside of like grad school, when I was in undergrad, I went to undergrad at Oberlin college, which is really sort of a diamond in the rough school for theater. It's like, and it's a lot of OBS do well out there. And it's weird because it's like, it's not known, but it's really good. But while I was there, I also did a semester at the O'Neill and I don't know if you're familiar, the national theater Institute. Yeah. So I, I did fall 2007 and like, I really lucked out my partner and I were a year apart actually, before we ever met weird small world, but we both walked out because we've got there right at the time as this particular artistic director was there, Michael Cadman, who was a, an alum himself of the Royal Shakespeare company.6 (31m 52s):And like he understood ensemble. It's funny. Cause I always like, what am I, I love Chicago and I miss Chicago so much, but one of my like little gripes with Chicago is that the word ensemble gets thrown out a4 (32m 6s):Lot.6 (32m 7s):And I, I have a very particular opinion about that because it's like, I think ensemble sometimes it's just meant to mean or thought to mean like a collection of actors, you know, or the company members, you know, the, the Steppenwolf ensemble or the straw dog or whatever. And I'm like ensemble is a value. I think ensemble is, is some it's about how one sits in the middle of a collaborative process. It's about how the threads are drawn. Not even just in the actors, it's about the threads are drawn outside to stage management, to producing, to designers, to everything. Like, and we're all coming together to sort of generate something together, right?6 (32m 49s):Like that's ensemble and Michael understood more than anyone I've ever met in my life. Like how to nurture, how to build, how to find the ensemble impulse in people. And he would just build semesters of the young students and sort of demonstrate that for for four months. And yeah, that's sort of been a foundational thing from that point forward. So I'm, I'm always ready to like chill for the O'Neil. Like, I love the, I love being,2 (33m 16s):Yeah. I actually live kind of near there. I live in Connecticut. Yeah. Oh, that's6 (33m 21s):Brilliant.2 (33m 21s):So you just made me think about something. Has any group of theater artists ever called the ensemble? Also the, the whole entire staff, like everybody on crew, because it is such a group effort. And we as act, this is one of the big things about, you know, going through an acting program, you just, and maybe it was just me, but you just think like, it's all about this. It's all about the actors and you just think everybody else is there supporting what you're doing.4 (33m 55s):Well,6 (33m 56s):It treats it like a technical term, right? It's like, it's a category. And rather than like, no, it's actually about an energy. It's about a trust. It's about something else. And I will say to answer your question like that w when I was a strong dog ensemble member, that that was one of the things I loved most about being on the straw dog ensemble was you had designers, you had managers, you had people like from every aspect of the creative process, sort of understood as part of the ensemble. It was all framed that way.4 (34m 24s):It's interesting. Like, I feel like what happens maybe is like, so take Steppenwolf because everyone talks about Steppenwolf as the original ensemble, which really you're right. A side note tends to mean in Chicago. And I can say this because I'm from there means that nobody is prettier or more famous than, than other actors. Like, that's what they mean by ensemble. Like that's how people talk about that. They're like, no, this is an ensemble piece. Meaning that even though you're really pretty, you're not going to be the star, like to someone, they never say that to me. You know what I mean? Okay. But anyway, side note, but ensembles. So when it's interesting, because it's like when a theater gets bigger, meaning a broader audience, more money, I feel like there becomes a really strong, clear delineation between technical staff and the actors.4 (35m 15s):And it comes, becomes compartmentalized probably because they have to run a freaking business with a multimillion dollar budget as we're like straw, dog. Like you can kind of stay it's like that storefront. It kind of, you can really get in there, which is how stepping will start it. So I think what we're talking about is the capitalization of the,6 (35m 33s):Oh, always, I mean, honestly, always all the time,4 (35m 37s):But yeah, but I'm, I'm curious about she and Gina, did you say2 (35m 42s):I did and I'm so sorry. I forgot to say Josh Sobell congratulations. Your surviving theater school. You're almost done4 (35m 49s):Art school theater school, you know, it's all the thing, but yeah. So I wanted to ask, I guess, take it back before I get on the runaway train of like, did you start out as a direct, like where you would act what's what was your path to the school of Cal arts? I guess6 (36m 7s):I've, I've been a director most of the time. I of course did a little bit of actually got rather late. Like I'm not one of those people who was like really involved in a lot of things when I was really, really little, but I had sort of a formative experience in high school as an audience member. My school was really remarkable. I, I unfortunately should catch up with them and see what they're doing in their theater department. But at the time, like we were a high school that was doing like Ian ESCO and Tom Stoppard and shit. Like, it was pretty cool. I assistant directed rhinoceros my senior year of high school, like Steve Rochester, New York, right in high school, shout out to Steve angle, Mr. Angle.6 (36m 47s):He was incredible. He also was the AP lit teacher and ran an incredible AP lit class. Like, oh my God, we, we read and watched just incredible stuff. And so actually his show, but he was one of the other directors there did chorus line and they did like an unedited chorus line in high school, which I also very much admired. And Paul's monologue hit me like eight when I don't know how familiar you are with, with the show. But like, you know, it's a classic Broadway, 1970s. It was sort of groundbreaking at the time because it was all real interviews of people who were all fighting chorus.6 (37m 27s):Of course, Paul Paul's monologue when he sort of finally breaks down and tells the story about his, his parents meeting him at the drag show in the back of, I lost it. Like I was a weeping mess. I don't know. And I had not had that particular experience before. And I walked out, I remember going home nerdy, like misfit fucking high school student hadn't found themselves yet and was like, I feel different. I don't know how I don't, I can't quantify it, but I feel like I am moving through the world differently than I was before I had that experience.6 (38m 8s):Wow. I want to do that. And that was, that was the moment. And so I started auditioning a little bit, but I always got interested in directing because I, it was the idea of like creating that holistic experience for an audience member, the way it was created for me. And so we also had, I think it was like an official partnership, like you could license with the 24 hour plays in New York. So my high did the 24 hour plays every year. And so I would stay overnight at the fucking school and, and do and direct. And that was sort of my first directing configuration. I was terrible. God. And my first few shows like first few shows at Oberlin were terrible.6 (38m 55s):Why, why? Oh my God, too, in my own head, I'm still too in my own head. It's the main thing I'm working on. I'm a very cerebral artist and that's not necessarily a bad thing. I just am seeking balance. That's part of the reason I went to Cal arts and Kellogg's was actually really the right choice for that in a lot of reasons to sort of break down some of my more cerebral and rigid habits. But I just didn't like, I, I was in my own way. It was that classic. Like it, my insecurity, I was second guessing. I was, it was actually Michael Cadman. It was the O'Neil. That was the turning point of that as well. So like I, anyways, I went through high school, got into it, went to Oberlin, was sort of jumping between theater and film got focused in theater because I liked the linearity of the process.6 (39m 40s):It just fit my brain better. You can really build the Dominos in order and watch them fall. And I love that from a process standpoint, joy. And so I went to the O'Neill and I was still like, I was overthinking and I was over like complicating and convoluting and Michael Cadman who I'm the final day of the program. I was like, you asshole, you couldn't have said this to me like weeks ago. I'm the final day of the program was like, you're very, very smart stop trying so hard to prove it.7 (40m 19s):Ah,6 (40m 20s):And that was, that was another game changing moment for me. And I, I started sort of stepping back and letting myself have more fun with it and just found myself sort of like what were my passion projects? What were the things that made me feel the way I did it, chorus line in a way. And my first show back in undergrad was a cabaret. And that was, that was a really huge, huge show for me. And I was very proud of that show and still have, like, I watched the video sometimes I was like, oh God, those transitions fucking suck. But, but yeah, directing, directing has always been sort of my thing because of that idea of like, I get to sort of, I don't know.6 (41m 4s):I, I, it's funny because so many people think about directing in this very hierarchical standpoint, right? Like they like the sort of like top-down, they get to sit at the head of the thing and create their vision. I challenged that constantly. And it's funny because people think by challenging that you give up the sort of directorial authority I call bullshit. I I'm interested in what I like to refer to as horizontal hierarchy. I say, I refer to it. I didn't invent the phrase, but like I've sort of taken it and I really love applying it to collaboration. I like the idea that as the director, I'm sort of sitting in the middle, I'm the same plane as everyone else surrounded by all of these brilliant fucking artists.6 (41m 48s):And I get to be like, Ooh, yes, it's a bit of that. It's not quite that. Can we bring it over there? I, yes, let's bring that in and pulling all of it towards the middle. And I still get to, by virtue of being in the center of a doll, just make decisions I get to make, be the arbiter of the quote, unquote vision or whatever you want to call it. But it's not that it breaks down the hierarchy in a way I'm not above anyone else that doesn't have to be my idea. It has to be the coolest idea. And so by sitting in the middle of it, I just get to sort of help tie the threads together in a way that feels like the audience experience we're going for. Like, that's my job to God.4 (42m 30s):Interesting. So it's so, oh yes. And I'm so curious as to why more directors don't do a horror. Is that, is it just an ego thing? A horizontal.6 (42m 47s):Yeah. Yeah. I think there's a lot of fear. There's a lot of like, I'm not even going to call it insecurity. Cause I actually think that doesn't do it justice and I think it's too easily dismissible. I think it's fear. I think there's a lot of fear. I mean, if I'm really Frank, I'm confronting it in certain areas of my program right now.4 (43m 25s):Okay. Wait, so you're saying that I just want to reiterate for my own brain because this happens all the time in all organizations across the board. So I'm really, and we're like, we were talking about it yesterday sort of. So, so you, you, you, there is an atmosphere of like, we want to make change, right.6 (43m 43s):Faded a stated goal,4 (43m 46s):Right? Not an atmosphere. Okay. So a stated goal, which a lot of theaters that I am familiar with and institutions are making these statements right now that the statement on paper or on the web or wherever it is saying, we want to take your feedback and make change. And it usually revolves around the word change. Like we're open to change. And if we're always, if we're honest, nobody's fucking open to change. We fucking,6 (44m 14s):And that's what we're talking about. It's the same fear to me. It's the same fear that you find in directing. It's a fear of some, some kind of loss of authority. It's a fear of some kind of loss of control. It's the fear of, I don't know. And it's so funny, like all of the ways you encounter it, because then yeah, you go and you actually say, here's the thing. And like I did this recently and I got yelled at, I got, and again, I've been, I've been working in Chicago theater for a decade before this. I don't give a shit. I was an artistic director, right. Like I was artistic director of Haven, Chicago. I don't like, this is, I don't need your ego. So I think it was actually kind of fun.6 (44m 56s):I think whether it's directing, whether it's artistic directors and institutional leadership, whether it's corporate leadership, whether it's, it's all of this, it's, it's, it's a full each year that, that somehow you're going to lose your Control.4 (45m 10s):This is so classic in, in terms of, so Gina and I were both therapists for years and look, and obviously we were children of parents. So I would go to my mom and say, this is the exact same thing. I would go to her and say, Hey mom, you're pretty abusive verbally. And she would say, but I'm the best mom. I know how to be. And at least you're not being beaten. Like I was beaten. And I'm like, okay. Yes, true. That all that is true. I, and you're still abusive to me. You're hurting me and sh and whether or not you want to make changes. That's the thing.4 (45m 50s):So we, we are literally reenacting parent child relationships in every walk of life. Like this sounds like a conversation a kid might have with their father where the father is like, well, I provide, we we're great.6 (46m 8s):And it's not about perfection. Like, it's not about like everyone and just like, we're all human beings. Right? Like I, I never wanted to feel like, and that's sometimes my problem with like, like I'm, I'm as left to center as you can get in a lot of ways, but it's like my one problem with sometimes a lot of left wing stuff is w where it's like, I think there is a purism that sometimes get, gets into it. And it's like, no, like we're all fucking human beings, right? If we believe in the ability to change and restorative justice and all of these things, then we have to actually believe that people can improve and get better. But it's like, there needs to be that honest interest in improving and getting better. There needs to be that genuine interest in it. And it's like, it's one of the things I was really proud of that we built it at Haven in Chicago with4 (46m 47s):Such a great theater. Gina Pavan is amazing. We're going to be there in the summer. So maybe we'll check it.6 (46m 53s):Ian Martin, like it's so funny. Cause it was such a, it was also a gift to really be able to do a transition process with Ian, you know, cause we really tried to be in, I've been part of some really unintentional transition processes. So like there were a lot of reasons where I really felt like Ian was exactly like, not, it wasn't even about sustaining what Haven had been doing. It was about how do we build and evolve on what Haven had been doing. And so Ian was sort of perfect. And we built the structure that you don't see very often where I, he was, yeah, he was my art, my associate artistic director for half the final season. And then we switched and he became artistic director and I was his associate artistic director for the other half of the season.6 (47m 36s):So he could have the responsibility and be in the decision-making position, but have the institutional memory sort of right at hand. And then it's like, and then I step away. So like I bring that up because there was an intentionality that we tried to bring to, like, we're going to be a theater company, let's be a theater company. Like you mentioned the business. Like let's, let's try to be a business, but let's try to be a next generation business.2 (48m 2s):And by the way, statements statements are to change as you know, sex is to relationships. Like it's a good start, but like you have to do more6 (48m 12s):Exact than just exactly.4 (48m 13s):So I guess the question is, what is it for me for me anyway? What is it in you, Josh? That is the kind of person because what is it? And there's a reckoning, obviously that I talk about a lot in, in terms of American theater and theater in general and the movie industry, the reckoning that's coming or in is, is that part of your drive right now to do this? Or it sounds like you've always been this sort of way, but why the fight? What, what, what about the fight?6 (48m 43s):Yeah, I think, I think, I think it's got it. That's such an interesting question because it's making me think in a chicken egg way, like is my ethics and my politics, like in here, like I don't know, the weirdest thing just came to mind and I'm going to follow that impulse.4 (48m 58s):Great.6 (48m 59s):Do it. And forgive me if I get a little bit emotional right now, it's it's my dad. If I'm really being honest, my dad is actually, he's not in the arts, but he's very artistic. He's a cellist. He's a musician. His odd actually, if you go to the Dem theater in Chicago, where Haven is the space that Haven exists in is the Bookspan theater specifically, the Janet Bookspan theater. Janet Bookspan is my aunt, his sister who was a major opera director, vocal coach, teacher, performer, actor assisted how prince back in the day, like holy4 (49m 40s):Shit.6 (49m 41s):Yeah. So like, and I have it on my mom's side as well, but my mom actually is an artist. She's a painter, but my dad, my dad is a radiation oncologist. He's a cancer physician, but music and art has always been a very big part of his life. His family, my life, he actually sidebar. Cause this is just a fun thing. And I hope this gets included. Cause I love bragging about this. My dad talk about politics and, and art colliding and art ed creative ethics. My dad has always been a big fan of Dr. Seuss's the snitches, this exists. You can go online. It's amazing. I'm so inspired by this. He was part of the Rochester academy of medicine and they have this amazing old building that has a roof.6 (50m 23s):That was basically, it's like a mansion that was donated and it's got this that was built for chamber music. And he developed relationships with the Rochester Philharmonic re developed friendships with musicians and created basically a chamber trio to play at the Rochester academy of medicine. And through this met a composer as Spanish composer, living in Berlin, named the Lorenzo. Palomo, who's pretty bright. His music is pretty outstanding and ended up commissioning a piece of music for this trio. And one thing led to another. And we found out that since my dad was young, he had believed that Dr.6 (51m 6s):Seuss is the snitches one. It was one of the most impactful, universal and effective lessons about acceptance and like anti-racism that you could find. And it was always his dream to have a piece of music, Allah, Peter, and the Wolf that was composed to be performed in tandem with a narration of Dr. Seuss's the snitches. So you can license this now on music theater international, because he did it. He commissioned Lorenzo to compose a piece of music for Dr. Seuss's the snitches. And we also by hooker by crooked premiered at my Alma mater at Oberlin and has since played around the country actually.6 (51m 52s):And I believe internationally. And, and it was all because he wanted to spread the message. It was because he wanted to use art to create an anti-racist piece of art. And the other cool thing is through a connection with his niece who ran the department of cultural affairs in Miami Dade county. She had a connection to John Delancey, who you might know as Q from star Trek, the next generation who did the original narration, the premiere. And so actually it's all on YouTube. You can hear John Delancey doing the speeches. And so like that's an aspect of my dad right there.6 (52m 33s):Another aspect was that I'll never forget this story. He actually built, he in Clifton Springs, New York built the cancer center, finger lakes, radiation oncology, because there, you know, there was a large elderly in particular community out there if I recall. And so, you know, as people are getting later in life, you know, biology happens and access to cancer treatment was non-existent except like 45 minutes or more at least minimum drive out of the way, if not hours out of the way. And especially as you're getting older, that becomes less and less sustainable for radiation treatments, for chemo treatments for all of these things.6 (53m 15s):So he found funding and worked his ass off as I, in some of my youngest days and built this cancer center from the ground up. And there was a day that I remember very distinctly hearing this story where as we've all been in any doctor's office, they were just running like, you know, three, four hours behind and sorry, I get emotional tug this story. It's so funny because it's like, that's, that's my true north in a way. You know, he, he sent his technicians out. This was back in the day when like Rent-A-Center was still a thing and blockbuster and shit, and like went out to get like sent them out to get like a television, sent them out to get a bunch of movies, sent them out to get like a sandwich platter and just showed up and basically were like, Hey, we're sorry.6 (54m 11s):We're we know we're running behind. We just want you to know, we haven't forgotten that you're here. You know? And like when does that happen at a doctor's office? Like when has that ever actually happened? Right. That's my,2 (54m 27s):Not for nothing, but my dad sold x-ray equipment. I've met a lot of radiation oncologists, and it's very unusual. Like there tends to be kind of a personality type with people who go into radar and it, it's not that what you're describing. So your dad must be a really remarkable person,6 (54m 45s):But yeah, no. And so I think it was a values thing. If we really want to talk about it, it's a values thing. It's, it's, it's a sense of how can we make this better? Like how can we be people first? How can we like again, we talk about Haven, right? One of the things I used to say, and I, and I would try, I tried to work hard to embody was like, oh, sorry, this does plug into our original conversations to bring it back perfectly on topic. One of my first shows I did in Chicago, I did a production of a play called xylophone west by Alex who's becoming a leg. Yeah. Alex is great. He's he's rising really well.6 (55m 26s):And like, we, he was actually, when I was the associate director of the summer Oneal program, he was a playwriting student when I was associate director. And that was our first. So it's cool. Just like, as we've sort of grown together, it's been amazing. And we did a reading of it and I, we have very strong opinions, especially because of the O'Neil being sort of a hub of new play development about what new play development is. There's a lot of bad, new play development. There's a lot of bad talk-backs, there's, there's a lot. And really it comes down to the difference between responsive feedback versus prescriptive feedback and how to cultivate that and understanding the difference.6 (56m 6s):And these, this artistic director did not understand this. And well, similar to what we're talking about, we were like, Hey, can we structure the talk back this way? Can we, this would really help Alex, Alex would say, this would really help me, like understand my play better. And artistic director's response was, I'll never forget this. Just remember who's the employer and who's the employee.4 (56m 34s):Right, right,6 (56m 35s):Right,4 (56m 35s):Right.6 (56m 36s):Case in point to everything we're talking about. And so like, I, it's sort of, when I think about like the sort of challenge to, sorry, I completely lost my train of thought.4 (56m 49s):No, no. What we're talking about is no, no, it's fine. It's when we're talking about a lot of things.6 (56m 53s):So4 (56m 54s):That's okay. What we're talking about is like this whole idea of like that your mentor wasn't your mentor anymore and why people don't want to change and the message versus what is actually happening in.6 (57m 6s):Yeah. Yeah. I'm trying to remember why I specifically brought up xylophone west, but it was like this idea of, I don't know. I think about this, this, I owe my, my dad my values. Yeah. Value system. That's right. Thank you. I just needed to hear about, yeah. Yeah. It's a value system thing. It's like, that tells me what that person's value system is. Right. That tells me sort of the culture that they built. And for me as at Haven, sort of taking a note from my dad, right? Hey guys, that you're here. We see that you're here. The way I would phrase that as an artistic director was like, yes, you are our employees. Let's be like, it's not that, that isn't real. Like we are, you were signing a contract to work for us.6 (57m 49s):We have expectations based on their contract. You are also a guest in our home. And that is our responsibility. Like as leadership as a company, as an institution, as a director, like you are, you are a guest in our home. This is our home. We are responsible. Especially if we want to talk about mentorship in academia, some of us are paying $50,000 a year,4 (58m 14s):Right.6 (58m 15s):Be in your home. Like you have all of the control of this space. You can, you can make this, whatever you want it to be, and we're paying you to exist inside of it. And, and it becomes a question for me of how do you take that responsibility? Like what if, whether it's an academic responsibility of like, we are literally paying for the privilege of this, or in a professional standpoint where it's like, it's, it's a little bit in the reverse either way. It's like you are in the position of power. You are in the position where you can like build culture that I use, that I find that word comes up a lot. When I rant about this, which I rant about4 (58m 53s):Culture, building culture,6 (58m 54s):Building culture, whether it's academic, whether it's professional, like that's the responsibility. And if you don't take that as the responsibility it's so,4 (59m 3s):Okay. The, the, the other thing that I was going to say is you had a moment where, so I have these moments where I say to myself, usually not out loud, but you kind of almost said it out loud, but you didn't either. Which is I say, my mama did not come to this country as an and work her ass off for this shit. And your moment was, my dad did not build a fucking radiology oncology center and then get Rent-A-Center furniture and sandwiches for me to be doing this shit like that is that moment. Well, I think, well, that's what I heard there. Everyone has a line and a true north of like, wait, wait, my legacy is not going to be, this is not going to be not saying anything to you.6 (59m 47s):And legacy is, is something I think about sometimes, but it's like, it's not even about that per se. It's like, I see what it means to people. Right? And like, if, if we believe in our own bullshit, like, especially as artists, you know, because artists are, are at the forefront of talking a lot of shit about like empathy, right. About community, about humanity, about seeing each other about uplifting each other about making the world a better place. And it's like, well, that's all well and good. But like, are you like how? And it's not even just like, again, like there's so many ways to do it, but I think sometimes we take for granted the small ways of doing it.6 (1h 0m 29s):I think sometimes we take for granted the like, what if we just buy everyone dinner? What if we like make a concerted effort to pay people a little bit better? Like, what if we, what if we show our work in that? Like, what if we actually believe in the transparency that we add? Like so much, like we talk about transparency so much in our industry, like, or rather not in our industry, I should say like artists talk about transparency in the world, right? Like we want corporate transparency. We want more governmental transparency. What are some of the least transparent motherfuckers?2 (1h 1m 4s):Yeah. I feel like I know why that happens in theater too. It's because there's no money. So everybody goes into it with all of their, like very theoretical and ideological approaches. And when you get very cerebral, very theoretical, you forget about things like, oh yeah, people don't want to do 10 out of twelves anymore because it's, it's, it's too fatiguing. And it actually works against the thing that they're there to do, which is create a new each performance, like being able to offer something fresh each time. So it, it, that is actually an area in which it's helpful to think about theater as a business.2 (1h 1m 47s):Because if this, if you were running a seven 11 and you had an employee, you'd have to have a bathroom, like it's, you know, you just think about the pragmatic things more when you're thinking about it as a business.6 (1h 1m 57s):Right. And, and it's like, I, and for me, it's like a lot of these things are considered mutually exclusive for some, or they're treated as mutually exclusive, but like, you have to, it's like the business and the sort of like cultural, ethical side, somehow don't mix. And I just don't agree. I don't agree for a lot of reasons. I don't agree in part through the Haven experiment. You know, I it's like, look, we, we're still not making money. And we, we, I want to say we were very privileged to have particular financial support. I don't want to take that for granted that we were not starting in the same place as a lot of other people. And I, and I don't take that for granted. It's not a brag. It's like a, like the bootstrap Smith. Like I want to make sure that it's not like, you know, taken for granted, but it's also like, there's still this idea that people won't show up sometimes like that, like literally I've had other artistic directors talk to me about Haven work in Chicago being like, what are you sure there's an audience here.6 (1h 2m 53s):I'm like motherfuckers. We just sent like 15 people away at the door for Isaac Gomez, horror play. But no one else would produce like, like why, what are we it, and those decisions are made because of business, right? Because, because how are we going to sell it to Chris Jones? Because like, how are we going to, and I, I, we found time and time again, that there is an audience for this work that we were able to at times even make money on, like compared to what we, what our show to show budget work. We were able to make money back, like, and we were paying people, you know, it still stipends, you know, not what they're worth. I don't want to pretend we were ever able to pay people what they worth.6 (1h 3m 35s):But we were able to pay people, usually double the typical storefront stipend it's like, and, and still keep ourselves on a typical like budget that I was used to for other storefronts. So it's like, it's this question of like, why are these things treated as mutually exclusive on a bigger scale? Look at center theater group right now, an article just got written. I got to see slave play out here, which amazing production also Chicago, shout out. I got to see cause he's under studying. And I got to see him perform that night. Rashad hall. Brilliant, brilliant. And his2 (1h 4m 11s):Shot6 (1h 4m 11s):Is brilliant. Oh my God, his Phillip just broke my goddamn heart. Oh my God. He was so good. That's a show that is deeply controversial, deeply challenging queer by PAC sexual BDSM oriented, racist, racist, racist, or in terms of its its topic matter like racism in the United States. And historically, and today it's it's and they gave away like 5,000 or more like free and discounted tickets. And they still made money.2 (1h 4m 48s):Jeremy DOE he recently just put something up on social about this that he made. He made accessibility like the most important feature of his, you know, this play being produced and it worked and it worked better still made money on this scarcity model, which is, I mean, that's a lot of this just comes from the scarcity model, influencing how everybody feels. So constantly afraid of losing the one little sliver of the pie that they have that, you know, all they can think about is how to make that tiny little sliver. How to divvy it up instead of saying no, how can we get more pie people? We want more pie. We want to just keep getting our tiny little slivers we want, we, we want to add.2 (1h 5m 28s):So I'm mindful of the time because I know we're about 50 and we're going to be having to wrap up and I want to hear about it's your last semester and you're working on a project and you're going to have spring break next week. What is your, is it a thesis? Is that, is that,6 (1h 5m 43s):That, that was actually last semester. That last semester. Yeah. That's so that's done. I've I've kept myself a little bit busy. I don't know. I, I found myself strangely in spite of the pandemic lab, maybe because of the pandemic last year and now being back in in person and, and all of that. I just, and also I think because of like big was amazing and like my designers were incredible. The students here are unbelievable, but it was also because of some of the things I shared, like an exhausting process, excuse me. And so I sort of took a break and then got into the semester and for some reason just was like, I want to make shit. I want to be involved in making shit.6 (1h 6m 24s):I want to, I want to be involved in my own shit. I want to get involved in other people's shit. I just want to make shit. And so I'm like, I just finished up working on a collaboration with a doctoral student in the music school where we created a, I worked with a lighting designer and we worked collaboratively to create a light based sort of design journey, like a sort of light experience in conversation with the music called busking style in real time, as part of his doctoral thesis.2 (1h 6m 60s):Wait, you're saying it was busking like that the project was6 (1h 7m 4s):The, the style of, of calling the lighting. Was it wasn't like, it was sort of like, Yeah, it was a, yeah. So it was board op up in the booth watching and listening for particular moments. And the music was also highly improv. The reason is because the composition had moments of high improvisation. So there were moments where it was literally like just listening for certain things to shift the lighting responsibly to the music as it was happening. And it was just something I had never done before. So I'm like, let's try this out. And then I'm, I'm drama turking and assistant directing a play that an acting MFA student who's a dear, dear friend has written in his performing it.6 (1h 7m 48s):So I can be sort of the outside eye while she's on the inside of it. And then I might have another project cooking for right before graduation. I'm I'm figuring that out right now. And then I've also got things outside. I'm thrilled to say my partner is actually going to be going to USC for film school next year. So she and I are actually working collaboratively on a couple of things with another acting alum from, from Cal arts, actually a which I'll be able to share a little bit more, actually there's some stuff online with little like BTS stuff it's called goon and I'm actually really pumped about it. Yeah. I'm really, it's, it's, it's super fun, super quirky.6 (1h 8m 30s):We found a great cinematographer. Right. We shed who's just has an inspired eye. And so, yeah, just, I don't know, just finding myself in that moment of like, I think also out of frustration, maybe with Cal arts at times, like I just want to get with the students here and make some shifts. Let's just make some,2 (1h 8m 47s):I think your thing is you want to helm your own ship, always. You want to kind of be in charge of your own destiny and which is a very good, I mean, I see you're making a face about it, but I just, from my prime saying that's a very good quality to have. And it actually leads me to another question I was going to ask you, which is, are you, age-wise about there with your peers in this MFA6 (1h 9m 9s):And that's been interesting. Yeah. Older, older. Yeah. I'm in my mid thirties. And that has been a, an interesting difference of experience at times. Yeah.2 (1h 9m 19s):Yeah. Well, we've talked to a lot of MFA's who, because they were in their thirties, we're able to see the whole thing about school in a m

Music in the Bottle
Achieving New Heitz

Music in the Bottle

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 46:23


The guys are back & recording live from Heitz Cellar Estate in Saint Helena, California. After running in the Napa Valley Marathon & Half Marathon, the guys sit down with Co-Founder of The Roots Fund, Master Sommelier, Wine Enthusiast Top 40 under 40 Tastemaker, & CEO of Heitz Cellar, Carlton McCoy. Carlton shares the impact of The Roots Fund thus far & where he sees it over the years. The guys touch on the importance black culture & how it can & is already benefiting the wine industry. The conversation couldn't just end there, so the guys switch gears to music & Carlton shares who he has on his Hip Hop Mt. Rushmore, Donda & Certified Lover Boy thoughts, the music he listened to growing up in D.C. & more! Grab a glass & tune in! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/musicinthebottle/support

Pass The Aux
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Pass The Aux

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 135:09


Janean, Dwayne, and Derrick welcome Chris Robinson back to the show. They discuss Donda 2, Kanye's evolution as an artist, Jeen-Yuhs and more

TPT: Taylor Price Talk
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Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 54:04


Season 6 of TPT debuts with the return of Jake Woolf, who offers takes on Donda 2, the Netflix Jeen-Yuhs Doc, Kanye West's fashion history & how to develop content for Substack & TikTok.

Kanye West News
Kanye's building a new car-focused venue? | Donda Creative teaser

Kanye West News

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 7:50


Well, is this something? Is it nothing? Is it Kanye related? Is it Playboi Carti related? Are we seeing the first staging for Coachella or Rolling Loud or some other Kanye event? So many questions, very few answers. But with everything that happens, I just hope for a Donda 2 update. If you'd like to watch this in video form, then check out our YouTube channel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The People Talking Podcast
Episode 197: The Hovid

The People Talking Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 121:59


People talking about... Setlist w/ Jeezy, Wu-Tang & Nicki Minaj (0:24) Podcast Return featuring Diddy, America being rich, OnlyFans, Cakes, Gas, New AKAs, etc. (4:24) Monty's 34th B'day (24:06) Pancakes & Booze (45:45) Manayunk Bar Story (52:07) The Batman w/ Donda 2 Review & Summer 2022 Plans (1:02:51) Phat Tuesdays & Andy Warhol Diaries & Winning Time (1:16:45) Slaughterhouse Breakup? (1:36:46) Kim, Ye, Pete & The Game (1:48:28) Another Footlocker Story to Tell (1:54:53) RIP Neighbor (1:56:50)

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DONDA 2 featuring Lauryn Hill, Jay-Z, Drake, Carti, Michael Jackson, and The Weeknd | Fake out

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Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 4:20


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Kanye West News
WE DID IT KID snippet adds Kanye verse, Fivio verse | Donda 2 update incoming? (see description)

Kanye West News

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 6:49


Good old James was at a Digital Nas event in Atlanta today and caught what sounded like new versions of both We Did It Kid and Happy. WDIK now has verses from Kanye and Fivio, which is awesome to hear, as they add to Baby Keem and Migos. If you'd like to watch this in video form, then check out our YouTube channel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Life on Podcast
130. Life Lessons from Kanye's Jeen Yuhs

Life on Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 52:05


Love him or hate him, Kanye West‘s inspiring and provocative documentary is filled with nuggets of life lessons that the viewer not only gets to hear, but watch him live it out. In this episode we discuss some of what Stone felt were the most impactful life lessons in this documentary.

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Mingling Mangos Two Somethings in a Pod EP 23

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Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 45:47


On this episode the boys talk about meeting people as an adult, give a starters guide to NFTs, Opeansea getting sued, Kanye's Donda 2 stem player, and how NFT are connecting the world. Follow the Somethings:Instagram:@domjackson747https://www.instagram.com/domjackson747/Twitter:@domjackson747https://twitter.com/domjackson747Instagram:@OAMJRhttps://www.instagram.com/oamjr/​​Twitter:@highskiesllchttps://twitter.com/highskiesllc​SHOW LESS

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Jeen-Yuhs and Chill

And Chill

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2022 45:10


The lives of an emerging superstar and a filmmaker intertwine in this intense, intimate docuseries charting Kanye West's career, filmed over two decades. We even play a Kanye Card game!LINKS:If you want to assist in supporting the pod, you can donate. All money received will go to funding and building our podcast. Momma needs a new computer.https://www.buymeacoffee.com/andchillIf you have any ideas of which show or movie you'd like us to follow next, follow us and DM us on instagram:https://www.instagram.com/andchillpodhttps://instagram.com/themasonwayhttps://instagram.com/francescaamberhttps://instagram.com/kaylonda

Kanye West News
Kanye West's morning routine during Donda 2 sessions | Theophilus London recap

Kanye West News

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 9:23


Theophilus gave us all a bit of an overview of his experience working on Donda 2 from the "Donda Hotel". Hear some first hand stories that include insight into Ye's morning schedule. If you'd like to watch this in video form, then check out our YouTube channel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

OAN Podcast
Episode 8 | “G-League”

OAN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 56:00


On this Episode, the guys talk new music. They talk about Lucky Daye, Dave East, and Benny the Butcher new projects. Aaron and Gabe also recap the Kanye documentary and talk Donda 2. They get into the Slaughterhouse controversy and they have a interesting conversation about Hip-Hop's “G-League”. Heat of the week Picks: Aaron- “Oct 33” by. Black Pumas; Gabe- “Rehab” by. Sneaky G & Zaytoven

The Old Man Wade Show
Javi says Kanye is Batman

The Old Man Wade Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 98:06


Old Man Wade and Supa Woke Javi discuss Kanye West in length. They both criticize him for his f*ckery and some of his older music (Old Man still hates the Donda album). Then, they rate and review The Batman and all of the characters. #DammitWade

Infectious Groove Podcast
IGP Crew Album Review: Fun. - Some Nights

Infectious Groove Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 46:58


From time to time, a new album comes along and becomes so popular that it almost forces itself into the culture whether they like it or not. It's almost like it becomes part of our air supply and no matter where you turn, hearing it, is unavoidable. I know a million and one albums probably come to mind when thinking about it, and this particular album is no different.Some Nights is the second full album offered up by American pop rock group Fun. After freshly landing a new record deal with Fueled By Ramen, the band began the nine-month process of recording "Some Nights". Initially met with critical reception, and mixed reviews but that didn't stop the singles from the album from ending up everywhere. Picked up and covered by the wildly popular television show Glee, "We Are Young" would start a trail of fire that wouldn't fizzle out for quite some time."We Are Young" would then find its way into a brand new Chevrolet commercial that aired for the first time during Super Bowl XLVI, which lead to a level of exposure only a few musical acts ever get to witness for themselves. The song would also be performed at the MTV Movie Awards on June 4, 2012.Not only is "Some Nights" brilliantly written, but it's also brilliantly performed. Lead Singer Nate Ruess very much has become synonymous with the sound that "Fun." has, and the band itself wouldn't be the same without him. Whether or not the type of music they make is "your thing", you simply cannot deny the power that this album wields. At one point, you couldn't turn on your local radio station without hearing three or four songs off of this album."We Are Young" topped the US Billboard Hot 100 for six weeks and Alternative Songs for two weeks, with over six million digital downloads. The title track was commissioned as the second single and has reached No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, selling 6.8 million digital downloads as well as becoming their second No. 1 on Alternative Songs. The band later would go on to win the Grammy Award for Best New Artist, and "We Are Young" won the Grammy Award for Song of the Year. Fun received four other Grammy nominations: two for "We Are Young" and two for the album itself. To say that this album was a commercial success would be putting it lightly. Join us as we again take a gander at an album many of you may not have ever listened to all the way through, but by the time we're done there is going to be a good chance that you'll want to. It's season 5, episode 10 of Nate Reuss' pet spider monkey's exercise coach's favorite music podcast. LET'S GO!!! Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Infectious Groove Podcast, part of the OddPods Media Network.

Off The Record Podcast
Kanye West Documentary 'jeen-yuhs' Episode 3 Review

Off The Record Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 139:56


Joined by special guests Dawud Wallace and Shaun Marble, The fellas discuss the final episode of the Kanye West Netflix Documentary- Jeen-yuhs , directed by Coodie and Chike. We take a look into Kanye's success, The release of Late Registration, the death of his mother Donda, his off and on relationship with Coodie and more! 00:00 Intro 03:30 Previous Episode Comments 08:10 Act iii - Awakening 24:08 August 30, 2005 - Late Registration Drops 37:27 Kanye & Coodie Split? 47:34 Who is the real Jeen-yuhs? 56:27 November 10, 2007 - Donda Passes Away 1:08:17 Impact losing a parent had on us 1:21:27 "I know Kanye but never met Zeezy" 1:25:24 2016 - Signs of mental illness 1:25:58 2017 - The Reunion 1:39:00 2018 - Maga Kanye 1:46:30 2019 - Sunday Service 2:00:05 President Ye 2:06:45 South Carolina Speech 2:09:00 20 plus years of friendship 2:12:00 Outro Show Hosted by: Brandon | Alex | Quan | Mike Follow Special guest host Dawud Wallace @Way_wallace on twitter Follow Off The Record Podcast on IG, Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, & Sportscastr Get your Off The Record Podcast Merch Here!

Social Blend
S3 Ep7: Blessings in Every Struggle

Social Blend

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2022 17:26


This week on Social Blend, George talks about Donda and Kanye West's new Documentary on Netflix and how incredible Kanye's mother, Donna was. George talks about the blessing through struggles and how to find those blessings.  Social Media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/socialblendpod/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/socialblend Twitter: https://twitter.com/socialblendpod Goli Gummies: 5% OFF with PROMO: GSTILWELL https://go.goli.com/gstilwell  Mercari: Use this link for $30 to spend on Mercari! Mercari: https://www.mercari.com/invitations/?iv_code=KBXUDY

Kanye West News
STEM PLAYER UPDATES: New mix for Security and Pablo | You can now play Donda 2 on phone or computer

Kanye West News

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 5:09


Some big STEM PLAYER updates! There's a new mix for both Security and Pablo, and now you can play the Donda 2 songs from your phone or computer! If you can prove you bought a STEM PLAYER, that is. If you'd like to watch this in video form, then check out our YouTube channel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Kanye West News
Donda 2 is not eligible for Billboard charts | Kanye West

Kanye West News

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 7:39


Guess what? Donda 2 isn't eligible for the Billboard charts. Why? Because they can never seem to make up their minds about their own rules. Shocking. If you'd like to watch this in video form, then check out our YouTube channel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Laced Up
It's a Celebration Ep. 50

Laced Up

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022


Episode 50 of the Laced Up Podcast Topics •Lack of Heat (note worthy sneakers) Dropping! •Major Nike Athletes Hurt (Zion,Paul George etc…..) •Yeezy Effect (Documentary, Donda 2, Gap X Balenciaga Drop and new Sneakers dropping) •Adidas X Gucci Collab •SNKRS APP Dominated by women Drops •Celebrating our 50th Episode!!! Follow Us on Instagram @htx_lacedup

I Now Pronounce You...
Ep. 65: Be More Like Donda

I Now Pronounce You...

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 32:03


We chat about our thoughts on the recent #Netflix documentary on Kanye. Our Come Again Segment?! on how Ciara & Russell handled running into an ex/baby daddy.Follow on your favorite podcast platform . Tune in for the conversation.Thank you to everyone who supports bi-weekly. All you have to do is like, follow, share, and or subscribe! You can rate on Apple Podcasts and Spotify! We appreciate it.IG and Facebook: @inowpronounceyoupodhttps://inowpronounceyou.buzzsprout.com #selfawareness #selfhelp #selflove #relationships #life #personalities #blacklove #power #millinnialmarriage 

First Thing with Kevin Manno
Wednesday, March 9th 2022

First Thing with Kevin Manno

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 12:23


Get informed. Quickly. Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Aaron Rodgers, Tiger Woods, Amy Schumer, Donda 2, Eminem, Glass Animals, Pokémon, new Apple products, Tony Hawk, Japanese "killing stone" & more...

The BROOTal View Podcast
Ancient Mouthwash

The BROOTal View Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 68:09


Happy Wednesday from the crew, this morning the two begin with recapping the local artist show, their week's of adulting and Broot quits nicotine after 13 years. After some interesting takes and tangents, they get into the disgusting topic: ancient mouthwash. That video really disturbed the crew, but eventually they get back into the most recent status of Kanye vs Pete Davidson. That also includes Donda 2 and the strangely priced Stemplayer. The duo finish off with some IG videos, a handful of bingeables and hypotheticals are sprinkled in there too.The introductory song is "Crack a Bottle" by Eminem.Sponsors:Get some of the comfiest and most unique styles of urban clothing out today by visiting Alternative Original clothing; use discount code  TBVPODCAST  to get 20% off your order  https://alternativeoriginal.comBecome a member and click the link to receive a discount to stream exclusively seamless music on Amazon Music; use the link:  https://getamazonmusic.com/brootAffiliates:-Get your own personal HydroCell Water Canister, the sweat resistant, temperature-controlled water container is easily the best I've ever seen. It's at an extremely affordable price, use the link: [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MXJ33W0/ref=as_sl_pc_tf_til?tag=broot07-20&linkCode=w00&linkId=ff42317361f891aff0a38f4275fb14cf&creativeASIN=B01MXJ33W0] to let them know we've sent you.-Get a 420 Cleaner for only $12 through this referral link:[https://amzn.to/3veXTM2]Created by Broot and ToastaBrought to you by Broot's World, LLC.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/tbvpodcast)

The Beat with Ari Melber
BONUS: On Trump, 'Jeen-Yuhs' director breaks with Kanye; talks drive, talent & the retainers with Ari

The Beat with Ari Melber

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 38:43


From rebuking Pres. Bush over Hurrican Katrina, to backing Pres. Trump, to mounting his own brief run for President, Ye (formerly Kanye West) has made himself a controversial, unavoidable part of American politics, music, culture, fashion, social media, and business for decades. Two of his oldest collaborators and friends, Coodie Simmons and Chike Ozah, explain their belief and fascination in the artist and billionaire entrepreneur Ye -- even amidst some disagreements over politics, values, and business -- as they unveil one of the most unusual, long-running documentaries ever made, Netflix's "jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy." The new film draws on hundreds of hours of previously unseen footage, 20 years in the making, which began when Simmons decided to devote years to filming a then-unknown music producer. In one of the most extensive, in-depth interviews about the project, Simmons and Ozah talk with MSNBC anchor and music obsessive Ari Melber about Ye; his relationship with them, other artists and his mother Donda - whom they knew well; the complex backstory of the project; the racial dynamics that Ye faced in the industry; their discussions about Drake narrating the film; how anyone can tap the lessons of passion and a "genius" mindset; and, on a lighter note, the way a young Ye's retainers figured into his early years. Ye is a complex artist and person who has proven controversial, maddening, gifted, and inspiring to so many people around the world. This bonus podcast explores some of the reasons for that, with people who have studied his life and work. 

Galaxy Of Film
Jeen-Yuhs Act III: A Kanye Trilogy

Galaxy Of Film

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 18:13


For this week's bonus content LFG episode, we discuss act III of the Kanye West trilogy, Jeen-Yuhs. Questions, comments, or concerns? Email us at GalaxyOfFilm@Gmail.com You can follow us on Instagram and Twitter @GalaxyOfFilm and subscribe to our YouTube channel, Galaxy Of Film Productions! NYC Day #5 Vlog - https://youtu.be/xjH65OV8brAv=AdWOxqnDu_0 Dakari's Donda experience vlog that we're featured in - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mSXqubDqKlw Music made by Dakari Holder. Graphic designs by Mason Conrad. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/galaxyoffilm/support

The Mix Era Rap Podcast
Mix Era Rap Episode #68 THE FLAVA / Talking Hip Hop / YE - Donda 2 - KRS 1

The Mix Era Rap Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 54:11


In this weeks episode we hit with our favorite segment THE FLAVA Next we Talk Hip Hop Kanye YE West documentary, Donda 2. Finally  we talk about KRS 1's New project IMANMCRU12 being 2 on Billboard charts.   We Don't Own the Rights to Any of the Music  

Goin Off Podcast
Goin Off 298: DONDA 2 / The Gray Album

Goin Off Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2022 62:20


00:00 Danger Mouse "The Gray Album" listener requested album review 15:45 Ye "DONDA 2" album review linktr.ee/therealrapcritic linktr.ee/mues

Culture Uncut Podcast
SORRY 4 THA WAIT

Culture Uncut Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2022 166:56


NEW Episode "Sorry 4 Tha Wait" The fellas provided an update on Tre's absence then share dialogue on the Tinder Swindler, blind dates, Disney's plans to build a virtual city, Kanye's new Donda 2 Album and much more. Tune in it's The Culture Uncut!!!  CUP is sponsored by Babas Herbs and More. Babas Herbs is here to serve all your spice and herbal needs. Please visit BabasHerbsAndMore.com to try our featured products: Man Down? Man Up! aka "Good Dick Day", Perfect Womans Tea and Good Ass Tea aka GAT. Be sure to use Promo Code: GDD1717 for an additional discount.

The Tech Guy (MP3)
Leo Laporte - The Tech Guy: 1873

The Tech Guy (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2022 158:19


Making a smart display with an extra computer and monitor. Installing Linux on a work PC. Finding the right PC for gaming. Looking for a phone with Dolby Atmos support. Properly disposing of printers by clearing out their memory. Finding an international option for security cameras. Knowing when it's time to upgrade to a new PC. Getting both perimeter and splash detection gadgets for a pool. Fixing dark mode on the iPhone. Troubleshooting a printer with old drivers. Plus, conversations with Scott Wilkinson, Johnny Jet, and Dick Debartolo. Raspberry Pi MagicMirror² DAKboard - A customizable display for your photos, calendar, news, weather and more! Amazon Alexa Using app passwords with apps that don't support two-step verification 50 Years of Juggling and Cheap Theatrics | The Flying Karamazov Brothers Kanye West's $200 Stem Player will be the only way to get his next album, Donda 2 - The Verge STEM PLAYER Enterprise Open Source and Linux | Ubuntu Get Chrome OS Flex for PC or Mac - Chrome Enterprise Intel® NUC Products Dell XPS Desktops | Dell USA Alienware Desktop Computers | Dell USA moto g Phones | motorola Dolby on Mobile Devices - Dolby Professional List of Dolby Atmos Phones 2021 | FromDev Google Pixel 5a with 5G - Google Store Airbnb bookings in Ukraine have raised nearly $2 million in aid : NPR You can bring (frozen) drinks through TSA There's One Less Line to Wait in At U.S. Airports – Starbucks Finally Rolls Out Mobile Ordering United Airlines Introduces New Feature to Help Travelers Skip Long Check-In Lines Do Printers Have Memory? How to Protect Print Data Nest Indoor & Outdoor Smart Security Cameras - Google Store Wyze | Making Great Technology Accessible | Smart Home Devices The Best Pool Alarms To Keep Kids Safe in 2022 Amazon.com : Poolguard PGRM-2 In-Ground Pool Alarm : Swimming Pool Alarms : Patio, Lawn & Garden Use display and text size preferences on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch - Apple Support HP ENVY 5660 e-All-in-One Printer Software and Driver Downloads | HP® Customer Support Hp Envy 5660: Driver is Unavailable - HP Support Community - 6504536 If You Have Wires Running Everywhere, This Kit Can Help Get Them Under Control! | Giz Wiz Biz Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Mikah Sargent, Scott Wilkinson, Johnny Jet, and Dick DeBartolo Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Show notes and links for this episode are available at: https://twit.tv/shows/the-tech-guy/episodes/1873 Download or subscribe to this show at: https://twit.tv/shows/the-tech-guy Sponsor: itpro.tv/twit promo code TWIT30

The Tech Guy (Video HI)
Leo Laporte - The Tech Guy: 1873

The Tech Guy (Video HI)

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2022 159:04


Making a smart display with an extra computer and monitor. Installing Linux on a work PC. Finding the right PC for gaming. Looking for a phone with Dolby Atmos support. Properly disposing of printers by clearing out their memory. Finding an international option for security cameras. Knowing when it's time to upgrade to a new PC. Getting both perimeter and splash detection gadgets for a pool. Fixing dark mode on the iPhone. Troubleshooting a printer with old drivers. Plus, conversations with Scott Wilkinson, Johnny Jet, and Dick Debartolo. Raspberry Pi MagicMirror² DAKboard - A customizable display for your photos, calendar, news, weather and more! Amazon Alexa Using app passwords with apps that don't support two-step verification 50 Years of Juggling and Cheap Theatrics | The Flying Karamazov Brothers Kanye West's $200 Stem Player will be the only way to get his next album, Donda 2 - The Verge STEM PLAYER Enterprise Open Source and Linux | Ubuntu Get Chrome OS Flex for PC or Mac - Chrome Enterprise Intel® NUC Products Dell XPS Desktops | Dell USA Alienware Desktop Computers | Dell USA moto g Phones | motorola Dolby on Mobile Devices - Dolby Professional List of Dolby Atmos Phones 2021 | FromDev Google Pixel 5a with 5G - Google Store Airbnb bookings in Ukraine have raised nearly $2 million in aid : NPR You can bring (frozen) drinks through TSA There's One Less Line to Wait in At U.S. Airports – Starbucks Finally Rolls Out Mobile Ordering United Airlines Introduces New Feature to Help Travelers Skip Long Check-In Lines Do Printers Have Memory? How to Protect Print Data Nest Indoor & Outdoor Smart Security Cameras - Google Store Wyze | Making Great Technology Accessible | Smart Home Devices The Best Pool Alarms To Keep Kids Safe in 2022 Amazon.com : Poolguard PGRM-2 In-Ground Pool Alarm : Swimming Pool Alarms : Patio, Lawn & Garden Use display and text size preferences on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch - Apple Support HP ENVY 5660 e-All-in-One Printer Software and Driver Downloads | HP® Customer Support Hp Envy 5660: Driver is Unavailable - HP Support Community - 6504536 If You Have Wires Running Everywhere, This Kit Can Help Get Them Under Control! | Giz Wiz Biz Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Mikah Sargent, Scott Wilkinson, Johnny Jet, and Dick DeBartolo Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Show notes and links for this episode are available at: https://twit.tv/shows/the-tech-guy/episodes/1873 Download or subscribe to this show at: https://twit.tv/shows/the-tech-guy Sponsor: itpro.tv/twit promo code TWIT30

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)
The Tech Guy 1873

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2022 158:19


Making a smart display with an extra computer and monitor. Installing Linux on a work PC. Finding the right PC for gaming. Looking for a phone with Dolby Atmos support. Properly disposing of printers by clearing out their memory. Finding an international option for security cameras. Knowing when it's time to upgrade to a new PC. Getting both perimeter and splash detection gadgets for a pool. Fixing dark mode on the iPhone. Troubleshooting a printer with old drivers. Plus, conversations with Scott Wilkinson, Johnny Jet, and Dick Debartolo. Raspberry Pi MagicMirror² DAKboard - A customizable display for your photos, calendar, news, weather and more! Amazon Alexa Using app passwords with apps that don't support two-step verification 50 Years of Juggling and Cheap Theatrics | The Flying Karamazov Brothers Kanye West's $200 Stem Player will be the only way to get his next album, Donda 2 - The Verge STEM PLAYER Enterprise Open Source and Linux | Ubuntu Get Chrome OS Flex for PC or Mac - Chrome Enterprise Intel® NUC Products Dell XPS Desktops | Dell USA Alienware Desktop Computers | Dell USA moto g Phones | motorola Dolby on Mobile Devices - Dolby Professional List of Dolby Atmos Phones 2021 | FromDev Google Pixel 5a with 5G - Google Store Airbnb bookings in Ukraine have raised nearly $2 million in aid : NPR You can bring (frozen) drinks through TSA There's One Less Line to Wait in At U.S. Airports – Starbucks Finally Rolls Out Mobile Ordering United Airlines Introduces New Feature to Help Travelers Skip Long Check-In Lines Do Printers Have Memory? How to Protect Print Data Nest Indoor & Outdoor Smart Security Cameras - Google Store Wyze | Making Great Technology Accessible | Smart Home Devices The Best Pool Alarms To Keep Kids Safe in 2022 Amazon.com : Poolguard PGRM-2 In-Ground Pool Alarm : Swimming Pool Alarms : Patio, Lawn & Garden Use display and text size preferences on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch - Apple Support HP ENVY 5660 e-All-in-One Printer Software and Driver Downloads | HP® Customer Support Hp Envy 5660: Driver is Unavailable - HP Support Community - 6504536 If You Have Wires Running Everywhere, This Kit Can Help Get Them Under Control! | Giz Wiz Biz Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Mikah Sargent, Scott Wilkinson, Johnny Jet, and Dick DeBartolo Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Show notes and links for this episode are available at: https://twit.tv/shows/the-tech-guy/episodes/1873 Download or subscribe to this show at: https://twit.tv/shows/all-twittv-shows Sponsor: itpro.tv/twit promo code TWIT30

Radio Leo (Audio)
The Tech Guy 1873

Radio Leo (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2022 158:19


Making a smart display with an extra computer and monitor. Installing Linux on a work PC. Finding the right PC for gaming. Looking for a phone with Dolby Atmos support. Properly disposing of printers by clearing out their memory. Finding an international option for security cameras. Knowing when it's time to upgrade to a new PC. Getting both perimeter and splash detection gadgets for a pool. Fixing dark mode on the iPhone. Troubleshooting a printer with old drivers. Plus, conversations with Scott Wilkinson, Johnny Jet, and Dick Debartolo. Raspberry Pi MagicMirror² DAKboard - A customizable display for your photos, calendar, news, weather and more! Amazon Alexa Using app passwords with apps that don't support two-step verification 50 Years of Juggling and Cheap Theatrics | The Flying Karamazov Brothers Kanye West's $200 Stem Player will be the only way to get his next album, Donda 2 - The Verge STEM PLAYER Enterprise Open Source and Linux | Ubuntu Get Chrome OS Flex for PC or Mac - Chrome Enterprise Intel® NUC Products Dell XPS Desktops | Dell USA Alienware Desktop Computers | Dell USA moto g Phones | motorola Dolby on Mobile Devices - Dolby Professional List of Dolby Atmos Phones 2021 | FromDev Google Pixel 5a with 5G - Google Store Airbnb bookings in Ukraine have raised nearly $2 million in aid : NPR You can bring (frozen) drinks through TSA There's One Less Line to Wait in At U.S. Airports – Starbucks Finally Rolls Out Mobile Ordering United Airlines Introduces New Feature to Help Travelers Skip Long Check-In Lines Do Printers Have Memory? How to Protect Print Data Nest Indoor & Outdoor Smart Security Cameras - Google Store Wyze | Making Great Technology Accessible | Smart Home Devices The Best Pool Alarms To Keep Kids Safe in 2022 Amazon.com : Poolguard PGRM-2 In-Ground Pool Alarm : Swimming Pool Alarms : Patio, Lawn & Garden Use display and text size preferences on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch - Apple Support HP ENVY 5660 e-All-in-One Printer Software and Driver Downloads | HP® Customer Support Hp Envy 5660: Driver is Unavailable - HP Support Community - 6504536 If You Have Wires Running Everywhere, This Kit Can Help Get Them Under Control! | Giz Wiz Biz Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Mikah Sargent, Scott Wilkinson, Johnny Jet, and Dick DeBartolo Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Show notes and links for this episode are available at: https://twit.tv/shows/the-tech-guy/episodes/1873 Download or subscribe to this show at: https://twit.tv/shows/radio-leo Sponsor: itpro.tv/twit promo code TWIT30

Random Gold Podcast
Nintendo is SUPER Petty

Random Gold Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2022 86:06


#141 On this episode: We talk about Super Smash Bros. not being featured in EVO 2022. (54:49 )Timestamps:00:00 Preview00:14 Chrome Book01:03 Intro02:24 Ukraine14:15 Break from Social Media17:45 Lindsay Lohan 24:10 Pro Tekken Player Cancelled35:48 Tom Hardy vs Charlize Theron47:58 Kanye Bullying Pete50:03 Donda 254:49 Smash Bros Not at Evo 20221:04:12 New Starter Pokemon 1:11:49 Batman Movie1:21:05 Pokemon Cards League Badge1:24:07 Teacher Put Semen in Cupcakes