39 min

A Conversation With DJ Cozmic Cat Che Marville - Let's Talk

    • Society & Culture

Take a listen to today's episode; Che had the most beautiful opportunity to speak, laugh and cry with international producer and professional DJ Cozmic Cat.  At the beginning of the pandemic, DJ Coz lost most of her work and her eighteen-year-old dog KALI passed away. The pandemic challenged her on every level, identity, passion and livelihood. She unplugged entirely from social media and gave herself a time out from the world until her Partner and opportunity pulled her out of a depressive funk. She needed space to grieve the loss of so many things and then rebuild. She also knew that she needed help to process the changes and the losses. Coz began to reach out to DJ's close to home and internationally,  slowly exploring and experimenting; she refused to become irrelevant. And it was an opportunity from Pride Toronto that inspired her to create a mission to live stream, reconnect to her audience, and grow a new audience. She felt inspired to produce new music and expand into the podcast space producing shows for other Creators. Her path has never been a straight line, she has always had to carve out space for herself, and the pandemic didn't change that; it just showed her a depth and loss that she had not experienced before, but she met it with ingenuity, perseverance and hope. So take a listen and see if her story relates to your experience going through the pandemic. Then, share the episode and tell us what you think.

Take a listen to today's episode; Che had the most beautiful opportunity to speak, laugh and cry with international producer and professional DJ Cozmic Cat.  At the beginning of the pandemic, DJ Coz lost most of her work and her eighteen-year-old dog KALI passed away. The pandemic challenged her on every level, identity, passion and livelihood. She unplugged entirely from social media and gave herself a time out from the world until her Partner and opportunity pulled her out of a depressive funk. She needed space to grieve the loss of so many things and then rebuild. She also knew that she needed help to process the changes and the losses. Coz began to reach out to DJ's close to home and internationally,  slowly exploring and experimenting; she refused to become irrelevant. And it was an opportunity from Pride Toronto that inspired her to create a mission to live stream, reconnect to her audience, and grow a new audience. She felt inspired to produce new music and expand into the podcast space producing shows for other Creators. Her path has never been a straight line, she has always had to carve out space for herself, and the pandemic didn't change that; it just showed her a depth and loss that she had not experienced before, but she met it with ingenuity, perseverance and hope. So take a listen and see if her story relates to your experience going through the pandemic. Then, share the episode and tell us what you think.

39 min

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