Culture Trip, a popular millennial and Gen Z-focused travel media brand, has launched its first-ever original podcast series.
The ‘Only In’ six-part series focuses entirely on New York City and the culture that flows through the city that never sleeps. Each weekly episode of around 30 minutes long explores a different piece of what makes New York City special, including discussions about Grand Central Terminal and hip-hop’s birth in The Bronx.
“Our new podcast Only In allows us to showcase the best of NYC with things you've heard of and things you probably haven't to show what makes the city so unique and iconic,” said Alex Shebar, Creator and Co-host of Only In.
“With people still spending quite a lot of time at home, our podcast comes at the right time - it’s a great way for our brand to connect with our audience in a new way, and to connect our audience with the buzz and excitement of this amazing city which we all can’t wait to explore again hopefully soon. During what is a difficult time for the city our podcast reminds us of all the great people and experiences in it.”
Today’s first episode focuses on the House of Yes in Bushwick, Brooklyn – the nightlife institution transformed by Co-founders Kae Burke and Anya Sapozhnikova from an illegal DIY arts space into the place to be for dance parties with aerialist performers.
Only is available to stream on Spotify and all ‘good’ streaming services, as well as being downloadable from iTunes. New episodes will be released every Monday until 21 September.