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Interviewing 90s babies, generation z, and those "lazy millenials" we all know and love. Listen for opinions and stories from us twenty somethings from all different paths and places on any topic we can muster, be that porn, identity, art or activism. Make sure to rate and review!

Latest Episodes

XMAS SPECIAL: Fashion Photographer Eoin Greally

I hope everyone is having a lovely xmas. Today's podcast hosts one of my favourite people in the world, my friend and fashion photographer Eoin Greally. At only 20 Eoin has worked with Brown Thomas among other Irish brands and has had his work featured in Harpers Bazaar Arabia, Scone Magazine, The Irish Times and many more. From a rural community, we discuss how Eoin discovered his interests in photography through finding a niche online community that had "Top Model" photography competitions with Bratz. Finally, moving up to Dublin to study photography in DIT, he left after one year ( like someone else I know) after interning in Not Another Agency and deciding to go out and do his own thing. This podcast is fun and light hearted because me and Eoin have stupid senses of humour. Thankful to have a friend like him in my life. This podcast is sponsored by Depop, and seeing as it's Christmas I'm of course going to plug my friends stores: @youthclubstore @fifiscloset @mimisgarms. Support independent resellers this Christmas and buy second hand from Depop. Download the app on IOS or android now or head to depot.com to get started.

59 MIN2019 DEC 26
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XMAS SPECIAL: Fashion Photographer Eoin Greally

Where is Fashion's Social Responsibility

In this episode I have the flu, and I'm sorry aboutthat. However following the devastatingfire in a factory in New Delhi I was inspired to speak out on where the ethics of fashion influencing starts and ends. I highly recommend you read this article in relation to the podcast: https://www.ft.com/content/e427327e-5892-11e8-b8b2-d6ceb45fa9d0 Thank you Depop for sponsoring this podcast. The depot shop of the week is @jadepalacecollective because they source and stock the most AMAZING shoes and bags... download depot on IOS or Android or go to depot.com to get started.

22 MIN2019 DEC 11
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Where is Fashion's Social Responsibility

Dissecting the early 20s with Julia Godfrey

This week I asked my friend, photographer and graduate Julia Godfrey, to come and dissectthe quarter life crisis. I asked on my Instagram stories what we were all finding difficult and challenging in our early twenties and you answered. It's Important to note that so many of the answers were so similar, you're not alone. Check out Julias incredible work on Instagram@juliagod. Thank you to Depop for helping students and young people develop a creative career with your support, including this podcast. My Depop shop of the week is@racunvintage for crewnecks to die for.

51 MIN2019 DEC 4
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Dissecting the early 20s with Julia Godfrey

Halle Steele on Growing Up Body Conscious

Today I am joined by the stunningly beautiful model and leaving cert student, Halle Steele. I asked Halle to come on my podcast because she exuded a confidence at such a young age, but what I didn't know was that this wasn't always the case. Halle was debilitated with anxiety surrounding her looks as a young girl, which caused her to miss school and struggle with severe social anxiety. Upon finding Ashley Graham, she decided that she couldn't keep being so hard on herself, and started to use one simple trick she found on Ashley's Instagram. Now, Halle is represented by NotAnotherAgency and can be seen in nation wide fashion campaigns. We talk about what it's like to grow up with that awareness of your body and what self love really means. Thank you so much to Depop for sponsoring this podcast. Download the app on IOS or Android now or head to depop.com to get started.

30 MIN2019 NOV 20
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Halle Steele on Growing Up Body Conscious

Exposure Coin with Stylist Oyinza

Oyindamola aka oyinza aka zeda is a freelance stylist, costume designer, shoot and event producer, director and budding film photographer. A lot of roles, yes but in her industry, you really have to become a jack of all trades. Now 23, she started her path in fashion at 17 working on fashions shows for charities, brands and college societies. Over her young career, she has been lucky to work with organisations such as Nigerian Carnival Ireland and Dublin City Council where she was able to style and produce big-scale shows attended by diverse audiences. She has also been tapped for stylingby artists such as Aimée, Super Silly, Jafaris, Soulé and Zali amongst others forshows and shoots. Apart from her work, her whole schtick is all about being authentically YOU every chance you get, in the way you speak, the way you dress and the way you exist. At the end of this podcast we literally lose our mind. You have been warned. Thank you DEPOP for being the best sponsor imaginable. Oyin chose the shop of the week this week and I do not understand how I didn't know about this page before @darkparadisevintage for curated Trailer Trash Chic.

81 MIN2019 NOV 13
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Exposure Coin with Stylist Oyinza

Being a Multidimensional Creative with Karen Miano

Starting out as a photographer Karen Miano has always had sights on the bigger picture. Named as one of the People To Watch in 2018 in the media category of the Irish Times & GCN, their entrepreneurial work to date has always been to uplift their community. In 2015 Karen started working with musician, producer & filmmaker Sal Stapleton (aka Bad Bones) they interned with Goldmoth Media as an assistant then working as a web designer & producer for small commercial projects and music videos. Making the switch from film & design to the music industry was an easy transition as Karen grew up with musician’s in their friend group and regularly offered advice and oversight they have also worked as artist liaison with festivals such as Body & Soul, Electric Picnic & stage managed the trenchtown EP stages. 2016 saw Karen managing Blackfish Collective & Tour Managing Bad Bones. With Blackfish winning AFROPUNK’S (2018) highly sought after slot in London, they are currently roundhouse resident artists. After a stint as Bad Bones manager they made the move to tour manager. Both have since started a co-op record label DIAxDEM with Karen acting as A&R and management, they also DJ under the pseudonym KARMA all of their sets are a conscious effort to play 87% sonics/tracks with poc or queer artists. In early 2017 Karen started the inception of GXRLCØDE with partner Mona Lxsa, working on the branding launch event and name. Seeing the importance in seeing themselves represented the small but pivotal decision was taken to play on gender and wording hence GXRLCØDE... Autumn of 2017 they started radio training in RTÉ with hopes of starting a show on rté Pulse with GXRLCØDE, with family issues taking precedent on one of the members the show fell through - Karen has used this knowledge to start Éalú (escape in Irish) With nearly 10 years of creative work behind them, outspoken, unequivocal, resourceful, and empathetic in their approach to community work through arts, Karen Miano is a creative with a focus on inclusion and uplifting marginalised voices.

52 MIN2019 NOV 5
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Being a Multidimensional Creative with Karen Miano

Ethical Questions on "Anti-Pollution" Make-Up

The skin is the largest organ in the body, it is extremely porous and absorbent- these are things we all know. Some of us spend fortunes on preserving, covering and caring for our skin- yet until recently haven’t really stopped to think what our skin is absorbing the most of.. the air around us. I recently purchased an “anti-pollution” foundation. I saw the bottle with “Anti-Pollution” in great big red writing my heart sank. It was one of the fastest unplanned purchases I have ever made, and that’s probably because it was born out of my eco anxiety. So basically pollution can make your skin oily, greasy, dry, aged and weathered. Again.. this isn’t surprising… surely we all knew there is dirt and toxins in the air especially in cities. Air pollution is responsible for an estimated 1,180 premature deaths in Ireland each year, according to a new report from the Environmental Protection Agency. There’s just a few things I want to put forward here. After my podcast about culture...

23 MIN2019 OCT 15
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Ethical Questions on "Anti-Pollution" Make-Up

Climate Artist Lucy Holmes

It is the GREATEST honour to have climate activist and poet Lucy Holms as our guest this week. I saw Lucy perform "Rise" (go check it out on her instagram @lucyholmsx) at the first climate protest I attended, and was completely blown away by her spirit. As so many would say when they saw her, she made the collective consciousness of why we were all there and what we were fighting for palpable, through words and emotions. I am in total awe of this girl. This podcast is one of my most inspiring to date and I cannot thank Lucy enough for the time and extreme emotions it has taken her to share this incredible gift she has for summing up how we all feel. Listen for how activism can take its toll, how you can do your part, and major love buzz. Thank you to Depop for becoming a platform so many people use to buy second hand- supporting not only young passionate creatives- but also making sustainability sexy and encouraging individuality. Download the app today or head to depop.com to get s...

51 MIN2019 OCT 8
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Climate Artist Lucy Holmes

"Post-Coital Bed" DJ SoHotSoSpicy

This week we bring you Aoife Keane, or SoHotSoSpicy as she's known in the music industry. Aoife is a DJ, self love advocate and general legend who is just getting started. Aoife had wanted to learn how to DJ for years, but always felt that it was too late. After dropping out of college in Leeds she was desperately searching for what could make her happy, so she decided to bite the bullet and learn to DJ. Now, she co-runs, DJs and hosts "Thrust Collective" with Gunslingers, Glimmerman, and DJ Gun Emoji. Listen to Aoife's thoughts on self love, changing paths and the importance to being able to learn in the music industry. Thank you to Depop who sponsor this podcast. This week's Depop shop of the week is @sylkstore "Boy and a Girl Working Towards a Sustainable Future" second hand garms supporting an incredibly hard working pair.

39 MIN2019 OCT 1
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"Post-Coital Bed" DJ SoHotSoSpicy

Taz Kelleher 1/2 of Sustainable Fashion Dublin

Today I bring you Taz Kelleher, 1 half of the incredible duo that is Sustainable fashion Dublin (instagram: sustainablefashiondublin ) . I have learned so much of what I talk about in terms of all sustainability (not just fashion) from this pair and it is an absolute honour to be able to pick Taz's brain. As to be expected, myself and Taz talk sustainable fashion versus fast fashion and get into the depths of what those words really mean. We discuss "greenwashing"; what it really is, how to stop it, why not to fall for it...but mostly we talk about rejecting the complex marketing strategies aimed to make us feel like we're "off trend" or "not cool". Rejecting fast fashion has made a huge difference to how I feel about how I look, and that's something Taz highlights herself. We talk about our own journeys with "fitting in" and what that meant to us as teenagers versus what that means to us now. Thank you Depop for celebrating individuality and sponsoring this podcast. For my best Depop shop of the week yet I have chosen @ninecrows . Nine Crows is where I work currently and they are posting on Depop for the first time this week with vintage Dior, Fendi, Versace and so much more - stay tuned!

58 MIN2019 SEP 24
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Taz Kelleher 1/2 of Sustainable Fashion Dublin

Latest Episodes

XMAS SPECIAL: Fashion Photographer Eoin Greally

I hope everyone is having a lovely xmas. Today's podcast hosts one of my favourite people in the world, my friend and fashion photographer Eoin Greally. At only 20 Eoin has worked with Brown Thomas among other Irish brands and has had his work featured in Harpers Bazaar Arabia, Scone Magazine, The Irish Times and many more. From a rural community, we discuss how Eoin discovered his interests in photography through finding a niche online community that had "Top Model" photography competitions with Bratz. Finally, moving up to Dublin to study photography in DIT, he left after one year ( like someone else I know) after interning in Not Another Agency and deciding to go out and do his own thing. This podcast is fun and light hearted because me and Eoin have stupid senses of humour. Thankful to have a friend like him in my life. This podcast is sponsored by Depop, and seeing as it's Christmas I'm of course going to plug my friends stores: @youthclubstore @fifiscloset @mimisgarms. Support independent resellers this Christmas and buy second hand from Depop. Download the app on IOS or android now or head to depot.com to get started.

59 MIN2019 DEC 26
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XMAS SPECIAL: Fashion Photographer Eoin Greally

Where is Fashion's Social Responsibility

In this episode I have the flu, and I'm sorry aboutthat. However following the devastatingfire in a factory in New Delhi I was inspired to speak out on where the ethics of fashion influencing starts and ends. I highly recommend you read this article in relation to the podcast: https://www.ft.com/content/e427327e-5892-11e8-b8b2-d6ceb45fa9d0 Thank you Depop for sponsoring this podcast. The depot shop of the week is @jadepalacecollective because they source and stock the most AMAZING shoes and bags... download depot on IOS or Android or go to depot.com to get started.

22 MIN2019 DEC 11
Comments
Where is Fashion's Social Responsibility

Dissecting the early 20s with Julia Godfrey

This week I asked my friend, photographer and graduate Julia Godfrey, to come and dissectthe quarter life crisis. I asked on my Instagram stories what we were all finding difficult and challenging in our early twenties and you answered. It's Important to note that so many of the answers were so similar, you're not alone. Check out Julias incredible work on Instagram@juliagod. Thank you to Depop for helping students and young people develop a creative career with your support, including this podcast. My Depop shop of the week is@racunvintage for crewnecks to die for.

51 MIN2019 DEC 4
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Dissecting the early 20s with Julia Godfrey

Halle Steele on Growing Up Body Conscious

Today I am joined by the stunningly beautiful model and leaving cert student, Halle Steele. I asked Halle to come on my podcast because she exuded a confidence at such a young age, but what I didn't know was that this wasn't always the case. Halle was debilitated with anxiety surrounding her looks as a young girl, which caused her to miss school and struggle with severe social anxiety. Upon finding Ashley Graham, she decided that she couldn't keep being so hard on herself, and started to use one simple trick she found on Ashley's Instagram. Now, Halle is represented by NotAnotherAgency and can be seen in nation wide fashion campaigns. We talk about what it's like to grow up with that awareness of your body and what self love really means. Thank you so much to Depop for sponsoring this podcast. Download the app on IOS or Android now or head to depop.com to get started.

30 MIN2019 NOV 20
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Halle Steele on Growing Up Body Conscious

Exposure Coin with Stylist Oyinza

Oyindamola aka oyinza aka zeda is a freelance stylist, costume designer, shoot and event producer, director and budding film photographer. A lot of roles, yes but in her industry, you really have to become a jack of all trades. Now 23, she started her path in fashion at 17 working on fashions shows for charities, brands and college societies. Over her young career, she has been lucky to work with organisations such as Nigerian Carnival Ireland and Dublin City Council where she was able to style and produce big-scale shows attended by diverse audiences. She has also been tapped for stylingby artists such as Aimée, Super Silly, Jafaris, Soulé and Zali amongst others forshows and shoots. Apart from her work, her whole schtick is all about being authentically YOU every chance you get, in the way you speak, the way you dress and the way you exist. At the end of this podcast we literally lose our mind. You have been warned. Thank you DEPOP for being the best sponsor imaginable. Oyin chose the shop of the week this week and I do not understand how I didn't know about this page before @darkparadisevintage for curated Trailer Trash Chic.

81 MIN2019 NOV 13
Comments
Exposure Coin with Stylist Oyinza

Being a Multidimensional Creative with Karen Miano

Starting out as a photographer Karen Miano has always had sights on the bigger picture. Named as one of the People To Watch in 2018 in the media category of the Irish Times & GCN, their entrepreneurial work to date has always been to uplift their community. In 2015 Karen started working with musician, producer & filmmaker Sal Stapleton (aka Bad Bones) they interned with Goldmoth Media as an assistant then working as a web designer & producer for small commercial projects and music videos. Making the switch from film & design to the music industry was an easy transition as Karen grew up with musician’s in their friend group and regularly offered advice and oversight they have also worked as artist liaison with festivals such as Body & Soul, Electric Picnic & stage managed the trenchtown EP stages. 2016 saw Karen managing Blackfish Collective & Tour Managing Bad Bones. With Blackfish winning AFROPUNK’S (2018) highly sought after slot in London, they are currently roundhouse resident artists. After a stint as Bad Bones manager they made the move to tour manager. Both have since started a co-op record label DIAxDEM with Karen acting as A&R and management, they also DJ under the pseudonym KARMA all of their sets are a conscious effort to play 87% sonics/tracks with poc or queer artists. In early 2017 Karen started the inception of GXRLCØDE with partner Mona Lxsa, working on the branding launch event and name. Seeing the importance in seeing themselves represented the small but pivotal decision was taken to play on gender and wording hence GXRLCØDE... Autumn of 2017 they started radio training in RTÉ with hopes of starting a show on rté Pulse with GXRLCØDE, with family issues taking precedent on one of the members the show fell through - Karen has used this knowledge to start Éalú (escape in Irish) With nearly 10 years of creative work behind them, outspoken, unequivocal, resourceful, and empathetic in their approach to community work through arts, Karen Miano is a creative with a focus on inclusion and uplifting marginalised voices.

52 MIN2019 NOV 5
Comments
Being a Multidimensional Creative with Karen Miano

Ethical Questions on "Anti-Pollution" Make-Up

The skin is the largest organ in the body, it is extremely porous and absorbent- these are things we all know. Some of us spend fortunes on preserving, covering and caring for our skin- yet until recently haven’t really stopped to think what our skin is absorbing the most of.. the air around us. I recently purchased an “anti-pollution” foundation. I saw the bottle with “Anti-Pollution” in great big red writing my heart sank. It was one of the fastest unplanned purchases I have ever made, and that’s probably because it was born out of my eco anxiety. So basically pollution can make your skin oily, greasy, dry, aged and weathered. Again.. this isn’t surprising… surely we all knew there is dirt and toxins in the air especially in cities. Air pollution is responsible for an estimated 1,180 premature deaths in Ireland each year, according to a new report from the Environmental Protection Agency. There’s just a few things I want to put forward here. After my podcast about culture...

23 MIN2019 OCT 15
Comments
Ethical Questions on "Anti-Pollution" Make-Up

Climate Artist Lucy Holmes

It is the GREATEST honour to have climate activist and poet Lucy Holms as our guest this week. I saw Lucy perform "Rise" (go check it out on her instagram @lucyholmsx) at the first climate protest I attended, and was completely blown away by her spirit. As so many would say when they saw her, she made the collective consciousness of why we were all there and what we were fighting for palpable, through words and emotions. I am in total awe of this girl. This podcast is one of my most inspiring to date and I cannot thank Lucy enough for the time and extreme emotions it has taken her to share this incredible gift she has for summing up how we all feel. Listen for how activism can take its toll, how you can do your part, and major love buzz. Thank you to Depop for becoming a platform so many people use to buy second hand- supporting not only young passionate creatives- but also making sustainability sexy and encouraging individuality. Download the app today or head to depop.com to get s...

51 MIN2019 OCT 8
Comments
Climate Artist Lucy Holmes

"Post-Coital Bed" DJ SoHotSoSpicy

This week we bring you Aoife Keane, or SoHotSoSpicy as she's known in the music industry. Aoife is a DJ, self love advocate and general legend who is just getting started. Aoife had wanted to learn how to DJ for years, but always felt that it was too late. After dropping out of college in Leeds she was desperately searching for what could make her happy, so she decided to bite the bullet and learn to DJ. Now, she co-runs, DJs and hosts "Thrust Collective" with Gunslingers, Glimmerman, and DJ Gun Emoji. Listen to Aoife's thoughts on self love, changing paths and the importance to being able to learn in the music industry. Thank you to Depop who sponsor this podcast. This week's Depop shop of the week is @sylkstore "Boy and a Girl Working Towards a Sustainable Future" second hand garms supporting an incredibly hard working pair.

39 MIN2019 OCT 1
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"Post-Coital Bed" DJ SoHotSoSpicy

Taz Kelleher 1/2 of Sustainable Fashion Dublin

Today I bring you Taz Kelleher, 1 half of the incredible duo that is Sustainable fashion Dublin (instagram: sustainablefashiondublin ) . I have learned so much of what I talk about in terms of all sustainability (not just fashion) from this pair and it is an absolute honour to be able to pick Taz's brain. As to be expected, myself and Taz talk sustainable fashion versus fast fashion and get into the depths of what those words really mean. We discuss "greenwashing"; what it really is, how to stop it, why not to fall for it...but mostly we talk about rejecting the complex marketing strategies aimed to make us feel like we're "off trend" or "not cool". Rejecting fast fashion has made a huge difference to how I feel about how I look, and that's something Taz highlights herself. We talk about our own journeys with "fitting in" and what that meant to us as teenagers versus what that means to us now. Thank you Depop for celebrating individuality and sponsoring this podcast. For my best Depop shop of the week yet I have chosen @ninecrows . Nine Crows is where I work currently and they are posting on Depop for the first time this week with vintage Dior, Fendi, Versace and so much more - stay tuned!

58 MIN2019 SEP 24
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Taz Kelleher 1/2 of Sustainable Fashion Dublin
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