Episode 24 - How to create and collaborate like a punk
It’s easy to get stuck in the same-old, same-old.
If you’re like many people these days, you might feel like you have to put your own creative, playful leanings aside for the sake of business or all the responsibilities of adult life.
Maybe somewhere along the way, you put your passion projects on the shelf. Or you started playing within your comfort zone, just doing things you’re good at, rather than branching out and trying something new.
If any of this rings true for you — or if you simply want a dose of creative inspiration — check out today’s podcast episode.
Fair warning, this episode is a bit unusual: rather than a traditional interview, it brings together a group of old friends who explore the lessons they learned from the ‘90s hardcore punk scene.
What can a niche subculture (and a group of aging punks) teach us? Turns out, quite a bit.
While also covering a bit of ‘90s nostalgia (big pants! Mix tapes!), Camille and her friends explore topics like:
(Plus, the proper length for any mixtape!)
In this episode, you’ll hear from host Camille DePutter, along with Colleen Burgess, Megan DePutter, Paul Hammond, Lukas Neville, Matt Nish-Lapidus, and Kim Walters.
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