DC Music Rocks
Capitol Groove Collective is resurrecting one of the region’s most beloved podcasts and radio shows along with some exciting new features, hosts, and formats.
Our diverse lineup of hosts is committed to a diverse lineup of guests!
Daniel Warren Hill
New episodes every Wednesday until July 14, 2021.
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A little bit of funk, a little bit of Ska, with a taste of metal attitude and deep poetry, Zen Warship is bringing more dance fun into the DMV music scene while also sharing empowering messages and fighting for causes that local DC residents are passionate about. Host Stephanie Mathias goes behind the scenes with band members Preethy Kolinjivadi and Alison Rogers as they present their full album “Anything That Grooves” which was created and completed in the midst of the pandemic.
Ariana Harbin, known as Ari Voxx, has a very special connection to music as it has helped her get through a lot of life experiences. Music is a place of healing, comfort, and expression for her. From being in a band, to forming her own band project “Sweet Something”, to going solo, her music journey has been parallel to her mental health journey.
Lindsay Diles writes and sings from the heart encompassing her soul to deliver vulnerable, poignant, and relevant messages. Originally from upstate New York, music has been embedded in Lindsay’s life since she was 4 years old. She has been entertaining thousands as the lead vocalist of the DC Transit Band
Matt, Kanjia, and Kush are enthusiastically motivated and inspired by the Washington D.C. area as an international community. Whether you are after fine cuisine, incredible music, or to connect with someone’s unique history and experiences, the band believes in paying...
Born and raised in Mississippi, now settled on the Virginia side of D.C., Gracious Me brings southern flair to Americana/ folk/ alt. country music. Her writing takes a literary, female perspective on the major connection points in life, and her soulful singing brings that perspective to life in song.
The bold vocal sound and lyrical darkness of Adele and Lana Del Ray meet Virginia charm and instrumentation in the music of solo pop artist Rachel Brassfield, known by her fans as Brassie. Brassie describes how, while she has never written a happy song, she brings...