Podcast Ep 54: Finding Our People
On this episode, Amy and Rebecca open up a little window into their lives and introduce you, dear listener, to their people, including Rebecca’s sister from another mister, Daniela Gesundheit, a Latin Jew, musician, one half of the group Snowblink; and two of Amy’s three soulmates, Alix Steel, anchor for Bloomberg, white girl from the Upper West Side and Amy’s freshman year roommate; and Cindy Hwang Bokser, a Korean-American Mash-Up, founder of Niroma Studio. We also have a sweet tribute to DJ Rekha and Basement Bhangra, the longest running event in NYC nightlife history. Get those shoulders wiggling!
In this episode, we also have The Mash-Up Americans origin story: In other words, the story of how we found each other, and how we found you. Remember: You are our people. Write us! And find us @mashupamerican on all the socials. No kidding, we do this all for you.
DJ Rekha On The Community Behind Basement Bhangra:
Rebecca And Her Daniela:
We Stan For Snowblink, And You Will Too:
Amy And Her Tribe:
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