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By Ato Essandoh & Kwaku Aning
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This is a podcast about creation, art, beauty, science, politics, race, music, theater… In other words, the dope s**t!
||ExplicitEpisode 37: “Troubadour” (Kyle Tigges)||Troubadour Singer, guitarist and teacher Mississippi Cotten (aka KyleTigges) stops by to chop it up about music; the joy andthe grind. He’s just released “Sparkling Lotus Eyes” an absolutely gorgeous album that sounds like it grew straight up||10/29/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEpisode 36: “The Eye of the Resistor” (Liz Fisher)||The Eye of the Resistor Street photographer Liz Fisher has an eye for music and protest. We got a chance to rap about her origins, inspirations and what drives her desire to visually document the resistance. It got deep and we didn’t even get to||10/16/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEpisode 35: “Kissing Frogs” (KJ)||Alone A Yo! KJ (Radio Zamunda OG and one half of the rad band “The Oddysy”) stops by to rap about collaborating on with Ato on their new video “Alone.” Check out the video and all things “The Oddysy” at www.theoddysy.com. #TheDopeShit w||9/19/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEpisode 34: “Bricolage” (Henry Ott)||Bricolage It’s Kwaku’s favorite word and the perfect description of our next guest musician/mad scientist Henry Ott. His smoking lead guitar work with Miss Velvet and the Blue Wolf, his other worldly soundscapes with 2Fcollective as well as the me||8/22/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEpisode 33: “Life Long Learner” (TC Ellis)||Life Long Learner YOOOOOOOO!!! Kwaku came correct with the dope s**t in this episode with musician, teacher and rapper (if he wanted to because he got mad bars) TC Ellis. This man is Epic. And among the many epic things TC has done, one in particular||6/26/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEpisode 32: One Who is Chosen (Baratude Thurston)||One Who is Chosen A Yo! Futurist comedian, writer and activist Baratude Thurston stops by and takes us to school. He wrote the book “How to Be Black” (available on Amazon) he’s written for The Onion, and the Daily Show and… well we just can’t||4/9/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEpisode 31: Bad Rabbit (Eboane Mah)||Bad Rabbit Today we cut it up Ghana mafia style with Eboane Aud of Bad Rabbits. He knows where the best jollof comes from. Tune in! #TheDopeShit www.radiozamunda.com #iTunes #GooglePlay #Stitcher Links for Ebonae: Ebonae Mah Instagram Bad Rabbits||3/5/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEpisode 30: Shenanigans II||Electric Boogaloo Yo fam! Kwaku and Ato are taking the holidays off. We’ve got some new ideas in the work and we’re teasing them out a little bit here. Give a listen and Happy Holidays! #TheDopeShit Music “Watermelon Man” Herbie Hancock “B||12/11/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEpisode 29: Like Water (Soomi Kim)||“Like Water” This episode we mix it up with the preforming artist Soomi Kim! She is simply fantastic. And go see her show! MLGC at Dixon Place Theater. Opening 11/3/17 Fridays and Saturdays through 11/18/17. Here’s the info http://dixonplac||10/30/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEpisode 28: ‘Rigorous Whimsy.’ A Primer… (Dan Ryder)||‘Rigorous Whimsy.’ A Primer… Yo! This episode of The Dope S**t we kick it with Dan Ryder. Dan is a rising, brilliantly creative and disruptive force in the realm of education. Oh yes… The Force… It’s strong in this one… Tune in||10/10/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
Creativity + Inspiration + The Dope . . .
Fantastic listening that stretches across so many interests -- this is the podcast you want when you need to be turned on to something new -- whether it be music or politics or social justice or technology -- and you want to discover it in the same way as the hosts: through conversation and authenticity. My only complaint? I want more of it more often. Recommended if you like long form discussion and ideas that matter.
Great conversations, interesting people with fascinating stories and perspectives. I love it!