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22 minutes | Jun 26, 2021
The sausage party that is...British music festivals w/ Emma Rose
In this weeks episode I speak to Emma Rose, a Manchester based DJ, who tells us all about her experience navigating the music industry as a female. We discuss the controversy that is the predominantly male music festival line-ups, the feminist movement and what we can do better!
21 minutes | May 21, 2021
Manifestation, spirituality, having a Plan B, social media w/ Just Jade
We're now on YouTube! Go and watch clips from this episode on the Styled By Society YouTube channel. This week we shared our experiences in the music industry, spoke about manifesting our wildest dreams, the toxic side of social media and what it really means for if we have a Plan B.
29 minutes | Apr 21, 2021
Running a record label, self confidence, Disco and lockdown music w/ Molly (aka Le Freekz)
I had the most amazing discussion with Molly, the brains behind Rebel Riot Records and the unique disco/funk sounds of her own music...Le Freekz! She gave me so much advice about being in a band, collaborating, confidence and how music has become more organic since lockdown.
24 minutes | Mar 6, 2021
Female scrutiny in the music industry and Cardi's WAP w/ Oriana Jade and Naomi Gillies (part 2)
This week we spoke all about the sometimes unfair and unjust scrutiny of women in the music industry, from Dua Lipa to Billie Eilish. We also discussed our take on Carbi and Megan Thee Stallion's WAP song and video, and why we think it rubs people the wrong way.
28 minutes | Feb 9, 2021
Working at MTV and cancel culture w/ Oriana Jade and Naomi Gilles (part 1)
In this weeks episode I sit down with Oriana Jade (host of Who You Know) and Naomi Gilles who both work within talent and music at MTV, London. We talk about about the realities of working within the music industry, working with artists and working on the annual MTV EMAs show. We also discuss cancel culture, sharing our different opinions on the for, against and on the fence point of view. As well as how cancel culture is impacting the music industry.
47 minutes | Oct 8, 2020
Diversity in the music industry w/ Sascha Driver
This week I sat down with Sascha Driver, the digital content creator for Hits Radio, to discuss gender and race diversity within the music industry. We spoke about controversies surrounding award shows and the word 'urban', and the lack of female music producers, artists and executives. We also explained why it is essential for creative industries, especially the music industry, to be diverse and inclusive to collaborate and make art that crosses boundaries.
31 minutes | Sep 29, 2020
Gurls Talk (Part 2): catcalling, confidence, entrepreneurialism and the glass ceiling
This is a part two of the gurls talk podcast episode. We will be talking all about how to be confident, how to start your own business using social media and how to find your passion in life. We even got to hear about Emilie's scary/kind of funny catcalling experience in London. Download or stream to hear more!
41 minutes | Aug 27, 2020
Gurls Talk (Part 1): confidence, empowerment, feminism, social media and the Queen Bee Syndrome
Four university friends debate the definition of feminism, plus discuss female empowerment, how to feel more confident and how to manage your relationship with social media. We also break down some psychological concepts and discuss times when we've experienced the 'Queen Bee Syndrome' and the 'Power Dead-Even Rule'. Listen to part two for more!
45 minutes | Jul 26, 2020
Armand Tshela on the fashion industry: diversity, entrepreneurialism, art and culture
In this weeks episode I spoke to Armand Tshela who, in 2019, started a new clothing brand called Winners Circle. He spoke honestly about the ups and downs of the brands growth, and the important lessons he has learnt about design and down periods along the way. We also discussed the importance of a diverse fashion industry, and why people should follow the art (as opposed to the culture) of fashion.
38 minutes | Jul 18, 2020
A retrospective on body image: a conversation about body acceptance and confidence
In this weeks episode I had an enlightening conversation with Sophie Anderson. Sophie merges her passion for the topic of body image, and fashion, to spread messages of body acceptance across her social media platforms. We opened up about our own raw experiences, and got curious on topics including diet and fitness culture, why we fixate on body image, and we also offered some advice on what to do when you're having a 'fat day'.
34 minutes | Jul 9, 2020
Rosie Crawford: the good, the bad, and the evil of YouTube
In the first ever episode of the SBS podcast, I will be interviewing Rosie Crawford, a YouTube sensation in the world of 'Studytube'. We'll be discussing the positives and negatives of being a Youtuber, as well as spilling the tea on how YouTube can sometimes be a toxic platform.
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