Self-Improvement

Spawned from the minds of Brenton Harris and Mike Speakman is an inspirational/entertainment podcast, RADULTS.The podcast showcases people who have said “fuck that” to the idea that growing up and becoming an adult meant giving up on their dreams. Guests include musicians, authors, comic creators, tattooists, artists, screenwriters just to name a few. These guests maintain the passion of their youth, while surviving as an adult (some even have kids and houses, even a mortgage!).

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Radults are back with one of our most inspiring episodes yet as we're joined by Sunny Singh.

Known to most by the name hate5six, Sunny is a former computer scientist turned digital archivist who makes past and present show footage and social movement amplification accessible on a free global platform.  Sunny started filming hardcore shows while he was in high school as a way to document and contribute to the scene he loved.  Since launching hate5six in 2008 he has dedicated himself tirelessly to grow the site and by extension the online presence of the hardcore genre.

Having filmed, edited and uploaded thousands of shows, amassed millions of views and fostered a unique and passionate online community, Sunny is now considered the foremost videographer of the modern hardcore scene. He is also a bit of a tech genius, having created the database hate5six uses, as well as developed an advanced editing algorithm. An entirely self-made success story, Sunny has been able to work full-time on the hate5six project since 2018,  continuing to push the limits of what the site is capable of, while lending his talents and influence to emerging bands and social movements, further amplifying the ethos and the message that he believes in.

Sunny is an absolute Radult who brings a rare and positive energy to the world. So throw on your best mosh shorts, put your hood up over your head and get ready to stage-dive off of your couch or desk with hate5six. 

Episode topics include: How he got into hardcore, why he started filming shows, how the idea for hate5six came about, establishing and growing the site, conquering YouTube, crowdfunding, his motivations, his work with social movements, his camera set-up, what a show day is like, that Harms Way meme, where he sees hate5six going next and of course, his tips for being a Radult. 

www.hate5six.com 
@hate5six  on Twitter 
@hate5six on Instagram 

 
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Radults are back with another pandemic era dose of inspiration as Brenton and Mike are joined by film critic, commentator, programmer and award-winning documentarian Jarret Gahan.  

Jarret is currently working as the programmer, marketer, content producer, website manager and Q & A host for Australia's premier genre film festival, Monster Fest.  Specialising in the latest and greatest horror, sci-fi, thriller and action films from all around the globe, Monster Fest is in its ninth year in Melbourne and its fourth year in Adelaide, Brisbane, Sydney and Perth.  Jarret is also a podcast correspondent for Good Movie Monday and is a filmmaker with 20 years of experience.  His award-winning documentary feature GONE LESBO GONE: THE UNTOLD TALE OF AN UNSEEN FILM has played festivals the world over and focuses on Andrew Leavold’s cult film LESBO-A-GO-GO, the film on which he also served as cinematographer.

Aside from features, Jarret has worked in various capacities from director to cinematographer to editor to commentator on numerous promotional and supplemental featurettes for such labels as Monster Pictures, Umbrella Entertainment, Madman Entertainment, Vestron Video Collectors Series, Kino Lorber, Bounty Films, Platinum Cult Edition, Severin Films, Second Sight Films, Wild Eye Releasing and 88 Films. He’s currently in pre-production on the third series of the wildly popular web-series VIDEO HOARDERS

Not surprisingly, Jarret has a LOT to say about the film industry and spends the episode taking us on a detailed journey through his career, providing some awesome insight and timeless advice for those looking to break into the industry themselves. He also uses his RadBreak to create a film franchise that we absolutely want to see get made!  

You can find Monster Fest
@monsterfestau

For information on Monster Fest 2020 - Welcome to The Apocalypse
head over to www.monsterfest.com.au

 
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