More goes into keeping up with an aesthetic than just clothes. So many aesthetics have a rich history and are entrenched in films, music and much more. Our end goal? Find our own aesthetics. Hosted by Emma Cowan and Antonella Jones, this podcast is made in association with WTBU Radio at Boston University. Currently in Season 3!! Visitwtburadio.org for more.
This week Emma and Antonella discussed the Bollywood blockbuster Bajirao Mastani, in another one of their pop culture aesthetics. They marvel over the intricate sets, costumes, and the incredible music of the film. This episode is the last of the season, so see you in a month or two with season 4!!
This week Emma and Antonella discuss the natural beauty trend Ulzzang! They discuss bubbly and cute clothes, make up and music, and also delve deep into issues with beauty standards and the internet. Hope you enjoy and stay safe~~
This week Emma and Antonella welcome their special guest Livia, joining them as they discuss Bong Joon Ho's academy award winning film, Parasite. They explore the colors, sounds, and setting of this gut-twisting story of class divide and greed, while also low-key fangirling over Choi Woo-sik. They highlight the film's ability to resonant with people all over the world, as well as its history-making Oscar win. Happy listening!
This week, Emma and Antonella dived into the past once again! This time they explored Britpop, which was a new term for Antonella, but a familiar subject for both. They talked about the influence (and lack thereof) of British culture in the 90s, and jammed out to greats by Oasis, Pulp, Suede and more! Emma did lose her mind a few times since she got to talk about Blur, hehe, but you're probably used to that now! Happy listening!
This week Antonella and Emma explore the aesthetic themes found in the incredible 2016 Barry Jenkin's Film Moonlight. They explore the famous use of color in the film, as well as the use of sound, location and clothing. They also discuss the powerful characters, and how their emotions and relationships are captured as something unique and universal at the same time . Also, look out for information on how to do your part in the current Black Lives Matter that we will be sharing on our social media. Stay safe!
This week let them eat cake! Emma and Antonella travel back in time to discuss Rococo, the infamous period of French art and culture centered around elegantly feminine motifs and flirtatious style. They hope to continue bringing you new episodes during quarantine! Stay safe~~
This week, Antonella and Emma discussed the second studio album of one of their all-time favorites, Amy Winehouse -- six feet apart of course! They talked about the influence of the album Back to Black, as well as the unique portrait of Winehouse that it brought to the world. There was a little less mowing this week, but apologies in advance for the non-studio quality! Please stay safe and practice social distancing~~
Against all odds and without a BU recording studio, Emma and Antonella are back with another episode where they discuss the aesthetics and culture surrounding Bboy style dancing and its origins. Recorded remotely from Antonella's backyard (sitting six feet apart of course), they talk Run-DMC, Public Enemy and more of their 80s hiphop favorites over the sound of Antonella's neighbor mowing their lawn. They hope to bring you more episodes while in quarantine; Please stay safe and social distance!
In this week's podcast, Antonella and Emma discuss Tyler the Creator and the aesthetics of his music, specifically his most recent studio album Igor. They take a close look at the unique stylistic choices of the music videos, album art and discuss how his most recent album bends genres. Please excuse us for technical difficulties as we figure out how to record our episodes over facetime!
In this week's podcast, Emma and Antonella discuss Lana Del Rey and the aesthetics of her music -- specifically, her second studio album, Born to Die. They examine Lana Del Rey's intricate storytelling and characterization throughout the album through analyzing songs like "Born to Die" and "Video Games."
Emma and Antonella delve into the roots of retro glam as an aesthetic, highlighting retro glam fashion icons like Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn and music artists such as Lana del Rey and Dolly Parton. With retro Hollywood back in style, this episode examines how the retro glam aesthetic displays itself in all facets of fashion, music, and film. *COUGH WARNING* -- unfortunately Emma is sick, but she's getting better!
This week Emma and Antonella talked about the movie It, and looked at how it used aesthetics! Just a couple of notes: First, there are quite a few spoilers...We give warnings for *most* of them but miss a couple. Second, you really should see The Exorcist. Third, this was our Halloween episode, however, it's almost Thanksgiving. We understand the confusion, but we hope that you understand that we are in fact college students and are still struggling with time management skills :) ENJOY!!
This week, Emma and Antonella discuss the Normcore aesthetic, delving into its 90s leanings and analyzing it not only as a fashion, but as an attitude in itself. Described as a "self-aware, stylish blandness," this week's podcast examines Normcore's origins through idols such as Jerry Seinfeld and its influences in television, music, and even food. Tune in to hear how urbanites are currently embracing this anti-fashion aesthetic!
This week Emma and Antonella discuss the Y2K aesthetic, aka their childhoods. Tune in for discussions on Britney Spears, the best 90s/2000s Rom Coms, lip gloss and more! We also welcomed our new intern Nora! Check out WTBU.org for some more great listens.
This week Antonella and Emma did things a little differently! Instead of analyzing one aesthetic and how it affected a certain time period, they analyzed a movie and how it was affected by different aesthetics. They decided to start with Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom. Exploring the fantastical world of Anderson's idyllic New England, the two looked at the aesthetics in the fashion, production design, music, dialogue and much more! Feel free to reach out to us with any questions, comments or requests at firstname.lastname@example.org. Find more podcasts at WTBUradio.org.
Despite the endlessly confusing title, in this week's episode, Antonella and Emma talk about New Wave/Post Punk! They cover everything from the movie Valley Girl starring Nicholas Cage to music like Siouxsie and the Banshees' The Passenger. Unfortunately, there was a buzzing sound picked up in the microphones during the recording, so we apologize for any inconvenience!
In this episode, Antonella and Emma attempt to stop themselves from laughing at internet culture and fail horribly. Just kidding... Instead, they take a look at the most recent internet trends, the Eboy and VSCO girl. Looking at the fashion, music and culture of these aesthetics who developed on the app TikTok, they look at how these trends are impacted by the past and how they impact everyday culture now.
Emma wishes she could write this title in a cool mod font. Emma also wishes that she could've kept her cool through this episode. At least she successfully converted Antonella into a mod. You're next ;). All jokes aside, we are excited but happy but sad to be sharing with you our last episode of the season before we go on our hiatus! We hope you enjoy and hope to see you again with season two in September! In the meantime, feel free to reach out to us through email, at email@example.com, or follow us on Instagram (@mtmteye), Twitter (@mtmt_eye) and like us on Facebook!
*It's only explicit because of music!* Sorry guys, Emma's favorite soft boy Kojaque loves to swear (although it may not be completely comprehensible). This week we discussed the world of the soft boy aesthetic covering everything from dad caps, to Call Me By Your Name, to Frank Ocean. If you wanna reach out to us, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out wtburadio.org for more fun podcasts like this!
How do the Kardashians and Marie Kondo relate? Find out in this weeks episode where Emma and Antonella explore the philosophy behind minimalism and how it relates to art, fashion, and interior design! Send us your questions and comments to email@example.com, and be sure to follow us on social media! Twitter: @mtmt_eye Instagram: @mtmteye Check out WTBU.org for more podcasts and shows.
This week A N T O N E L L A and E M M A explored the wonderful world of lounge music meets memes that is V A P O R W A V E! Join them as they explore Macintosh Plus, potsu, and much, (too) much more! Email us with comments or queries at firstname.lastname@example.org, and follow us on Instagram @mtmteye, on Twitter @mtmt_eye, and like us on Facebook. Check out WTBU.org for more fun podcasts and shows!
This week Antonella and Emma discussed the aesthetic of cuteness! Join them as they explore the world of Hello Kitty and the band Babymetal among other things. Be sure to follow us on instagram (@mtmteye), twitter (@mtmt_eye) and like us on Facebook! You can email us at email@example.com, and check out WTBU.org for more cool podcasts!
Antonella and Emma were VERY excited to set out and answer the age-old question: what is punk?* Including safety guidelines for putting safety pins in your ears, this week's episode was filled with music, laughter and anti-establishment sentiment! Make sure to follow us on Instagram (@mtmteye), Twitter (@mtmt_eye) and like us on Facebook! If you have any questions, queries, corrections or an overwhelming desire to join us on an episode, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
*Punk is Punk