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An experimental arts and entertainment radio podcast, based in Washington, D.C. We interview compelling figures and bring their stories to life.

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An experimental arts and entertainment radio podcast, based in Washington, D.C. We interview compelling figures and bring their stories to life.

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By Hershoulis80 - Jul 20 2019
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David Ross is going to be my New Fresh Brother By Law so no jokes about their nasialy voice , ha I kid I love this Kid.

NattyKim

By NattyKim - Oct 06 2015
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Love this podcast. These guys are fun hosts and are bringing great energy to the music scene in DC. It’s a refreshing taste on a great topic!

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8 Ratings
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By Hershoulis80 - Jul 20 2019
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David Ross is going to be my New Fresh Brother By Law so no jokes about their nasialy voice , ha I kid I love this Kid.

NattyKim

By NattyKim - Oct 06 2015
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Love this podcast. These guys are fun hosts and are bringing great energy to the music scene in DC. It’s a refreshing taste on a great topic!
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MaDCap

Latest release on Aug 05, 2020

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An experimental arts and entertainment radio podcast, based in Washington, D.C. We interview compelling figures and bring their stories to life.

Rank #1: maDCap with Alyona Minkovski, host of "The Alyona Show"

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MaDCap DC had a lovely conversation with Alyona Minkovski, host of "The Alyona Show" which is broadcast by RT at 6 and 9pm EST. It was a soul-bearing conversation. This is part one.

Jul 13 2012

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Rank #2: maDCap with Prince of Petworth (Dan Silverman) and NPR's John Asante

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The Prince of Petworth Blog created by Dan Silverman is the Washington, D.C. blog. Others cannot touch it. Try finding an apartment in D.C. without having to consult his blog. Seriously, try. We had Dan in studio to have an unfiltered conversation about the evolution of the blog and about some of the hidden gems in Washington, D.C.

We also had Ghanaian-American John Asante from NPR’s Talk of the Nation in studio to talk about his first trip to Ghana. Mr. Asante has an amazing story and is a tremendously upstanding individual. Plus he rocks cool glasses. His powerful trip to Ghana was also a featured piece on NPR’s Tell Me More.

Aug 09 2012

1hr 11mins

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Rank #3: Identity Crisis! | "We're running out of time"

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How do you get through an identity crisis? And what do you learn on the other side?

"Remember the things that make you human."

Jul 22 2018

59mins

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Rank #4: Funk Parade 2018: Audio Postcard

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On May 12th, 2018, Washington DC rejoiced together in the name of funk, and it was good. The 5th Annual Funk Parade filled the historic U Street Corridor with music and maDCap was there to capture the energy. Our own David Ross was one of the festival organizers this year and Dan Bloom was lucky enough to run into him and snag a few minutes while walking together down U Street.
You'll also hear impromptu appearances by our friends Amy Saidman of Story District and Philippa Hughes of Women of Uncertain Age and you'll hear music by Dave Rob, Batala Washington Women's Drum Corps, and Be'la Dona, the dynamo all-woman GoGo band.

See Tony Lopez's (LopezArts) photos of the parade at our facebook page: https://tinyurl.com/FunkParade18madcap

Thanks to David, Amy, Philippa, Justin, Chris, Tony, and all the organizers, artists, and sponsors who keep the funk alive.

Funk Parade: http://funkparade.org
Batalá Washington: http://batalawashington.com
Amy at Story District: http://storydistrict.org
Philippa's podcast: https://soundcloud.com/pink-line-project
Be'la Dona Band: http://www.beladonaband.com/

May 15 2018

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Rank #5: "Icarus" director Bryan Fogel from AFI Docs 2017 Opening Night

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On AFI Docs 2017 opening night, Dan Boom & David Ross spent five enlightening minutes with Bryan Fogel, director and star of the documentary “Icarus.” Up for discussion: Jeff Sessions, cycling, George Orwell, Russia and the Jews.

Netflix paid a cool $5 million rights fee for “Icarus” and you can stream it on August 4th.

Visit http://afidocs.com for festival information, schedule, and tickets. Follow http://twitter.com/afidocs & http://twitter.com/madcapdc.

Special thanks: Gabrielle, Allie, Emily and all the staff & volunteers of AFI Docs.

Jun 15 2017

5mins

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Rank #6: Khruangbin - Mr White - Dupont Underground Sessions

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Khruangbin - Mr White - Dupont Underground Sessions by maDCap

Sep 15 2016

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Rank #7: AURORA - Home - Dupont Underground Sessions

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AURORA - Home - Dupont Underground Sessions by maDCap

Apr 22 2016

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Rank #8: Lech Wierzynski of The California Honeydrops bleeds soul.

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In this episode, we speak with Lech Wierzynski of The California Honeydrops, which is an Oakland based band who are the amalgamation of soul, blues, funk...all of the good stuff. The band is currently on tour with the legendary Bonnie Raitt. They'll be performing here in D.C. on March 26 at the Kennedy Center. Below are the rest of their tour dates. They also have a new album out called, "A River's Invitation."

March 26 /// The Kennedy Center /// Washington, DC*
March 29 /// Orpheum Theatre /// Boston, MA*
April 1–2 /// Beacon Theatre /// New York, NY*
April 17 /// Keller Auditorium /// Portland, OR*
April 20 /// Paramount Theatre /// Seattle, WA*
April 22 /// Grand Sierra Resort & Casino: Grand Theatre /// Reno, NV*
April 23 /// Fox Theater /// Oakland, CA*
April 26 /// Winspear Opera House /// Dallas, TX*
April 27 /// ACL Live at The Moody Theater /// Austin, TX*
April 29 /// Bayou Theater (Revention Music Center) /// Houston, TX*
May 3–4 /// Ryman Auditorium /// Nashville, TN*

"Lead Me Home" by The California Honeydrops

"Reconsider Baby" by Lowell Fulson

"So Very Hard to Go" by Tower of Power

"Seventh Son" by Sly and The Family Stone

"I Can't Make You Love Me" by Bonnie Raitt

Mar 24 2016

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Rank #9: Live at Dupont Underground: GLOW SESSIONS Featuring HoneyHoney

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So this happened. HoneyHoney (Suzanne Santo and Benjamin Jaffe), a folksy band from LA joined us for a live session at Dupont Underground. They were in town for their performance later that evening at The Hamilton. Shout out to F st.

Songs performed:

"Whatchya Gonna Do Now"

"Sleepless Nights" (The Everly Brothers Cover)

"LA River"

Mar 15 2016

11mins

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Rank #10: It's FREEZING Down Here/Live at Dupont Underground with DJ Ayes Cold

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This is our inaugural live session! For this one, we enlisted the magical hands of DC's own @Ayescold for our series of live sessions in Dupont Underground. For those who aren't familiar with the underground, it's about time you make yourself hip to it. Check them out at http://www.dupontunderground.org/. Perhaps one of the coolest spaces in D.C.

More to come. Til then, stay classy.

Mar 02 2016

1hr

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Rank #11: Clown Nightmare Voume 1

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produced by Lauren Bartley

Some people are scared of clowns. Like, very very terrified of clowns. Maybe it's the face paint. Maybe it's the blank expressions. Or maybe it's the forged optimism. Whatever it may be, many find them frightening as shit. This is the story of Christine Vineyard. Christine had a dream involving clowns for wayyyyyy too long.

Feb 25 2016

2mins

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Rank #12: Laura Gorman talks tapas with La Marcha's Emily Sarlatte

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La Marcha is a restaurant/experience located in Berkeley, CA that fuses the best of Spanish culinary traditions. maDCap's LG (Laura Gorman) picked the brain of Emily Sarlatte who is co-owner of the restaurant.

The keyword in this episode is saffron.

La Marcha is located at
2026 SAN PABLO AVE, BERKELEY, CA 94702.

Produced by Fidel Martinez

Feb 23 2016

8mins

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Rank #13: Lisa Bonos Breaks This Whole Dating Game Down

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Lisa Bonos came in-studio to educate us on woman vs. man in these city streets. She's a writer and editor of "Solo-ish," a blog about dating that is published by the Washington Post.

Just listen.

You can read Lisa's blog here: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/soloish/

This piece was narrated by THE great Andy Duke

Feb 16 2016

34mins

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Rank #14: John Wray, Author of "The Lost Time Accidents"

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This was a fun interview. John Wray once lived in a tent. He once wore a leather mask. But most importantly, he also dedicated his life to his craft: writing. His latest work is "The Lost Time Accidents," which just came out on February 9th. He'll be in Washington, D.C. on February 23 at the below event. See you there.

PEN/FAULKNER Presents:

Not Waving but Drowning: An Evening with Celeste Ng and John Wray

Moderated by Katy Waldman

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016 | 7:30 PM
Tickets can be purchased on the Folger Shakespeare Library's website.

Folger Shakespeare Library – Elizabethan Theatre
201 East Capitol Street SE
Washington, DC 20003

Feb 10 2016

34mins

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Rank #15: Composer Max Richter - HBO's "The Leftovers"

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We've sat on this for quite some time. Max Richter is composer for HBO's series, "The Leftovers." He's a classical genius, with a contemporary edge. We waited on this because we wanted to do this right and still really want to do more. But being that the series returns to the screen this Sunday, we figure why not hear what we were able to cut up.

The Leftovers Season 2 airs this Sunday, October 4 at 9pm.
Till then, here's a of Season 2: Episode #1 Clip "Nora & Erika" (HBO)
https://youtu.be/m055pnQ-S-k

Photo credit: Van Redin/HBO

Oct 02 2015

4mins

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Rank #16: #TBT Interview with Kevin Parker of Tame Impala (raw and uncut)

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Never released.

A year and some change ago we interviewed Kevin Parker of Tame Impala at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, MD. This is the raw and uncut version of this interview where Kevin takes us on a journey through the music that surrounded him when he were young, where he finds his deepest inspirations, roulette and so much other fun stuff.

Enjoy.

Jun 04 2015

33mins

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Rank #17: Ted Cockle, President of Virgin EMI explains what it means to be an artist

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Ted Cockle, President of Virgin EMI explains what it means to be an artist by maDCap

Jun 02 2015

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Rank #18: Movement Festival 2015 (Detroit) pt. 1

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maDCap is back on the road, this time we're in Detroit for the Movement Festival. The vibes are techy, deep and funky, and Dan Bloom & Davon 'InAMink' Bryant reporting it all for you.

Follow us on social media for updates throughout the festival:
http://twitter.com/madcapdc http://instagram.com/madcapdc
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song credit: Tree Town by The Martinez Brothers
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http://twitter.com/lastdreamcast http://instagram.com/lastdreamcast http://twitter.com/danbl00m http://instagram.com/danbl00m

May 24 2015

2mins

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Rank #19: Molly Rankin of Alvvays's Go-To Karaoke Track is "Strawberry Wine"

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This episode was produced by Marina Di Marzo.

Blog post coming soon.

Apr 08 2015

17mins

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Rank #20: Comedian Christina Pazsitzky in a Green Room That is Actually Green

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"There's people that will dream-crush you. Just be prepared for dream crushers, people who will tell you you can't do what you want to do. And then just look them in the eye and say thank you and in your head go, 'Go Fuck Yourself' and go do what you want to do."

More on Christina soon.

https://twitter.com/christinap http://christinacomedy.com/

Mar 17 2015

14mins

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Living Through...This

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David Ross & Dan Bloom take to the woods of Rock Creek Park to discuss the disaster that is the United States in 2020: over 150,000 dead in a pandemic with no end in sight, raging protests for racial justice, and the 45th President ordering secret police into the streets. If this moment doesn't call you to introspection and action, nothing will.

Articles referenced:
• The New Yorker: 'Homeland Security Was Destined to Become a Secret Police Force' by Masha Gessen https://newyorker.com/news/our-columnists/the-dhs-was-destined-to-become-a-secret-police-force
• Washington Post op-ed: 'Barbara Boxer: DHS was a mistake. I regret voting for it.' https://wapo.st/3keBycz
Harpers: 'A Letter on Justice and Open Debate' https://harpers.org/a-letter-on-justice-and-open-debate/
• NY Times op-ed: 'Tom Cotton: Send In the Troops' https://nyti.ms/3iaOtu7
• NY Review of Books: 'The Designated Mourner' by Fintan O'Toole https://nybooks.com/articles/2020/01/16/joe-biden-designated-mourner/
• NY Times: '1619 Project' https://nyti.ms/2XtuOh2

Aug 05 2020

1hr 1min

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How To Be Alive with Ben Tolkan

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Ben Tolkan is anything but naive; he’s well aware that each day is a fight for his life. In facing down years of chemotherapy, Ben has powered through illness and fear to arrive at a triumph of love. He is a part of a wonderful family, has a great job with Brooklyn Brewery, and in December, he married Abby, the love of his life. The future is unknowable for anyone, especially for him. But despite his protests, everyone who knows Ben and everyone who hears this episode will learn lessons of how to value the present. And we thank him for that. We wish you, your wife Abby, and your family many beautiful years together.
Washingtonian article about Ben: “I Was All Set to Become the Most Popular Guy in the Cancer Ward. Then I Met My Nemesis: Ben” https://www.washingtonian.com/2016/12/11/my-mr-chemotherapy-contest-nemesis-ben/

Intro music: “Gum Gum” by Hailu Mariga (http://soundcloud.com/hailumergia)
Ending music: “Burn Baby Burn” by Ladygod (http://soundcloud.com/ladygodftw)

Jan 22 2019

1hr 17mins

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Mental Health Mixdown | Know Yourself, Heal Yourself, Enjoy The Journey

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Everyone goes through struggles in life, and we believe that the way forward begins with knowing yourself. Today, we discuss the twists and turns along our sometimes difficult paths in order to better understand ourselves and the world around us. Remember that life is a journey, and sometimes the story that we tell ourselves and the world isn't right anymore; maybe it hasn't been right for a long time. But there are ways to find yourself again: through discussion with loved ones, therapy, medication when needed, by grabbing onto the "wheels of happiness," maintaining perspective, and practicing appreciation for life's many gifts.

If things get dire, The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you need help, call 1-800-273-8255 or visit https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org. To access free or low cost mental health services, check out the Open Path Psychotherapy Collective at https://openpathcollective.org. No matter who you are, you deserve to learn, grow and be happy. Thank you for sharing this experience with us. Love, David & Dan.

Intro music: “Gum Gum” by Hailu Mariga (http://soundcloud.com/hailumergia)
Ending music: “Burn Baby Burn” by Ladygod (http://soundcloud.com/ladygodftw)

Jan 15 2019

1hr 4mins

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Find The Lodestar - Dan & David's Wild Rides

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When a cryptic op-ed appeared in The New York Times, it set off a frenzy in US politics. The writer, an anonymous senior official in the White House, criticized the President for whom they served as amoral. With his interest piqued, co-host Dan Bloom decided to do a little online sleuthing. Although the writer's identity remains unknown, there was one key clue that led to Dan's guess. Vice President Mike Pence happens to use an unusual word conspicuously often that also appears in the op-ed: "LODESTAR," defined as “a star that is used to guide the course of a ship.” Just two days later, while basking in the viral notoriety of his hypothesis, Dan was surprised to find his own vocational lodestar suddenly go dark when he was laid off. Luckily, a new, and exciting project quickly materialized, which in turn led to an invitation to the Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism conference (ARIJ18) in Jordan. When David Ross left a steady office job to find his own lodestar in more creative work, he could never have anticipated the emotional peaks and valleys he would come to traverse. Along this path, David developed resilience, resolve, and tangible skills like the art of booking talent. David is now using this unique skill set to manage musicians and other acts with his company “Forest and Farms.” DJ/Producer wunderkind Dreamcast (http://soundcloud.com/burymeinamink), indie rock band Ladygod (http://soundcloud.com/ladygodftw), and NBA legend Rod Strickland all make appearances in David’s story, which illuminates the invaluable lessons of “consistent persistence,” self-discovery, and transformative reinvention.

One of David’s aforementioned acts, Ladygod, is playing a show at Washington DC’s Songbyrd Music House on Wednesday, January 9th, 2019. Come hang with the maDCap boys at this complimentary ($7 suggested donation) soiree. Find more information and RSVP here: https://www.songbyrddc.com/shows/2019-01-09-ladygod

2018 heroes: Robert Mueller III and Michelle Obama
Podcast recommendations: "Bag Man" and "Slow Burn"

Next week, we present a no-holds-barred conversation about mental health, starting with our own.

Intro music: “Gum Gum” by Hailu Mariga (http://soundcloud.com/hailumergia)
Ending music: “Burn Baby Burn” by Ladygod (http://soundcloud.com/ladygodftw)
Rod Strickland's podcast, "Strictly Speaking": https://theshadowleague.com/strictly-speaking-live-chris-mullin/

Jan 07 2019

1hr 2mins

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Megabus to the Afterlife

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David Ross got on a Megabus bound for New York. Nine hours and forty minutes later, he'd learned valuable lessons about himself, humanity, and the nature of time. Daniel Bloom convinced David to tell the tale.

http://instagram.com/madcapdc | http://twitter.com/madcapdc | http://fb.com/madcapdc

Music by @flamingosis

Aug 06 2018

59mins

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Identity Crisis! | "We're running out of time"

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How do you get through an identity crisis? And what do you learn on the other side?

"Remember the things that make you human."

Jul 22 2018

59mins

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Tell your story...if you don't, someone else will

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How much power do we have to tell our own stories and shape reality? And if it turns out we have a lot of this power, how much should we use it? As the years crash against the sands of time, these questions get more and more pressing. Good thing we have this podcast.

David Ross and Dan Bloom asking big questions about life, recorded at Dan's living room in Northwest Washington DC. Thanks to Blue Microphones for the equipment.

Jul 12 2018

59mins

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Between I™age and ®eality | Drake, Pusha T, XXXTentacion & Sarah Sanders

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+ Discipline and focus
+ Is mental illness related to artistry?
+ Acknowledging the demons of XXXTentacion
+ The gap between i™age and ®eality
+ Confronting Sarah Sanders
+ Seeing opponents for who they are
+ Preparing for the worst
+ How do you know when it's too late?

Jul 03 2018

58mins

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"We carried these people in us" | Appreciating mothers

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maDCap is the story David Ross and Daniel Bloom's friendship. We record in Washington, DC.

+ DC's Funk Parade was excellent
+ Appreciating mom
+ Investing in people who invest in you
+ Figuring out life
+ The Royal Wedding
+ Finding a way to love

May 22 2018

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Funk Parade 2018: Audio Postcard

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On May 12th, 2018, Washington DC rejoiced together in the name of funk, and it was good. The 5th Annual Funk Parade filled the historic U Street Corridor with music and maDCap was there to capture the energy. Our own David Ross was one of the festival organizers this year and Dan Bloom was lucky enough to run into him and snag a few minutes while walking together down U Street.
You'll also hear impromptu appearances by our friends Amy Saidman of Story District and Philippa Hughes of Women of Uncertain Age and you'll hear music by Dave Rob, Batala Washington Women's Drum Corps, and Be'la Dona, the dynamo all-woman GoGo band.

See Tony Lopez's (LopezArts) photos of the parade at our facebook page: https://tinyurl.com/FunkParade18madcap

Thanks to David, Amy, Philippa, Justin, Chris, Tony, and all the organizers, artists, and sponsors who keep the funk alive.

Funk Parade: http://funkparade.org
Batalá Washington: http://batalawashington.com
Amy at Story District: http://storydistrict.org
Philippa's podcast: https://soundcloud.com/pink-line-project
Be'la Dona Band: http://www.beladonaband.com/

May 15 2018

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Who the hell is making it into heaven? | Trayon White & the Black-Jewish Conversation

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maDCap is the story of a friendship: David Ross and Dan Bloom. Recorded in Washington DC.

+ The Trayon White - DC Council Scandal
+ The Black-Jewish Relationship
+ Appreciating the morning
+ The time Dan left his wife's wedding dress in a cab
+ Is Evil Real?

Theme: Bruncha Nova by Flamingosis @flamingosis & Tokyo Megaplex @tokyomegaplex

May 07 2018

1hr 8mins

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We Are Reborn: Give Thanks

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maDCap Reborn is back to the roots, a story of a friendship: David Ross and Dan Bloom in DC. We'll do this sometimes.

+ Bloom got married
+ Yeezy ( rapper credit, Chika https://soundcloud.com/chikaoranika )
+ Mortality & Life's Purpose
+ Music appropriation

Theme: Bruncha Nova by Flamingosis https://soundcloud.com/flamingosis & Tokyo Megaplex https://soundcloud.com/tokyomegaplex

Apr 30 2018

1hr 19mins

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Travelers Guide To Nowhere Ep 1

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Travelers Guide To Nowhere Ep 1 by maDCap

Apr 17 2018

2mins

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"Icarus" director Bryan Fogel from AFI Docs 2017 Opening Night

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On AFI Docs 2017 opening night, Dan Boom & David Ross spent five enlightening minutes with Bryan Fogel, director and star of the documentary “Icarus.” Up for discussion: Jeff Sessions, cycling, George Orwell, Russia and the Jews.

Netflix paid a cool $5 million rights fee for “Icarus” and you can stream it on August 4th.

Visit http://afidocs.com for festival information, schedule, and tickets. Follow http://twitter.com/afidocs & http://twitter.com/madcapdc.

Special thanks: Gabrielle, Allie, Emily and all the staff & volunteers of AFI Docs.

Jun 15 2017

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A Gift For AFI Docs: "Mudbloods, The Lost Interview" (2014)

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We welcome AFI Docs back for its 2017 edition with a homecoming gift for the ears. Like a bottle of fine wine, we’ve been waiting for just the right moment to crack this fine 2014 vintage. Hold onto your brooms, because we have a conversation about Quidditch... yes, the sport from Harry Potter...and the power of believers to make dreams into reality. Enjoy a visit with the filmmakers and subjects of “Mudbloods”: director Farzad Sangari, former UCLA Quidditch players Tom Marks and Sebastian Milla, and silent producer Eric Martin.

See this film on Netflix! Learn more about the film at http://MudbloodsMovie.com

While you enjoy this interview, hop over to http://afidocs.com and set your schedule for the festival. Follow http://twitter.com/afidocs on social media, and while you’re at it, follow http://twitter.com/madcapdc http://instagram.com/madcapdc & http://fb.com/madcapdc to keep up with our hijinx.

Thanks for listening and we’ll see you at AFI DOCS 2017.

Jun 13 2017

19mins

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21 Savage Lovecast on Melania

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We had to do it...

Go listen to http://www.savagelovecast.com/episodes/541

Mar 09 2017

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Trevor Sensor - Starborne Eyes (Dupont Underground Sessions)

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Upon hearing the 22 year-old Trevor Sensor's unique voice, we knew our little tunnel underneath Dupont Circle would wrap its arms around him. Straight out of Sterling, IL, his singing style tilts its hat to prominent voices like Bob Dylan. Since it was just he and his weapon of choice, an old but classy acoustic guitar, we thought it'd be best to record in the iGlow (installation built by artist Hiroshi Jacobs).

Nov 22 2016

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Trevor Sensor - Endless Shame (Dupont Underground Sessions)

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Upon hearing the 22 year-old Trevor Sensor's unique voice, we knew our little tunnel underneath Dupont Circle would wrap its arms around him. Straight out of Sterling, IL, his singing style tilts its hat to prominent voices like Bob Dylan. Since it was just he and his weapon of choice, an old but classy acoustic guitar, we thought it'd be best to record in the iGlow (installation built by artist Hiroshi Jacobs).

Oct 31 2016

2mins

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Intro to The Harvard Girls

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Intro to The Harvard Girls by maDCap

Sep 23 2016

2mins

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BERETTA

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Beretta is a restaurant and bar located in San Fransisco. Laura Gorman interviews the Beretta bar manager about the fun world of alcohol and cocktails.

Sep 16 2016

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iTunes Ratings

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By Hershoulis80 - Jul 20 2019
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David Ross is going to be my New Fresh Brother By Law so no jokes about their nasialy voice , ha I kid I love this Kid.

NattyKim

By NattyKim - Oct 06 2015
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Love this podcast. These guys are fun hosts and are bringing great energy to the music scene in DC. It’s a refreshing taste on a great topic!