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Another Round, Episode 64: Live In Philly

Listen to a conversation with Rep. Joaquin Castro from Texas, recorded live in Philadelphia during the 2016 Democratic National Convention.

Posted on August 3, 2016, at 2:32 p.m. ET

When the Democratic National Convention happened in Philadelphia this year, BuzzFeed Audio was THERE.

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We missed all the balloons, though, because we were too busy putting on an amaaazing live show along with fellow BuzzFeed podcasts Internet Explorer and No One Knows Anything!

It was a truly historical night full of excitement and surprises, hosted by Tracy, Evan McMorris-Santoro (No One Knows Anything), Katie Notopoulos and Ryan Broderick (Internet Explorer).

Jean Grae premiered a new national anthem, and honestly it's much more fitting than rockets glaring over the dawn's early light and whatever else.

"Guns and guns and guns and cheesebuuuuurgerssss..."
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"Guns and guns and guns and cheesebuuuuurgerssss..."

Congressman Joaquin Castro stopped by to talk important political things and throw a little shade at his identical twin brother, Julián.

His camp described him as the "handsome twin." Burrrrrn.
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His camp described him as the "handsome twin." Burrrrrn.

And everyone's favorite thing happened: Drunken Debates!

We won't spoil it, but the game was pretty controversial this time around.
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We won't spoil it, but the game was pretty controversial this time around.

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This episode features music from Donwill (follow him on Twitter) and Jean Grae.

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