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In this episode, Tony Fuel interviews Bea Love, also known as Beat Hussy, a single mom, and DJ from Seattle. They discuss Bea’s journey into house music, her experiences in the Seattle music scene, and the challenges she has faced. Bea shares how music has helped her navigate personal challenges and the importance of building genuine connections in the music community. She also talks about her upcoming production projects. In this part of the conversation, Bea Love discusses the challenges of making a living in the music industry and the need to find creative ways to generate income. She emphasizes the importance of balancing multiple passions and projects and the need for discipline and routine. Bea also shares her experiences in monetizing her skills and creating content. She highlights the importance of problem-solving and supporting others in the industry. Finally, she discusses the issue of equality and representation in the underground and house music scene. In this conversation, Bea Love (Beat Hussy) discusses the importance of attitude and mindset in achieving success. She emphasizes the need to overcome self-doubt and embrace a positive outlook. The impact of childhood programming is also explored, highlighting how early experiences shape our perception of the world. Bea Love encourages listeners to recognize their potential and pursue opportunities, even if they seem challenging. She emphasizes the value of continuous improvement and the ability to give and receive constructive criticism. The dangers of echo chambers are discussed, emphasizing the importance of diverse perspectives. The conversation concludes with parting words about love, art, and the need for breathing space.


House music can be a therapeutic outlet and a way to connect with others.

The Seattle music scene can be cliquey and exclusive, but there are pockets of friendliness and support.

It’s important to support and encourage young artists and involve them in the music scene.

Music can be a powerful tool for healing and personal growth. Finding creative ways to generate income is crucial in the music industry, as traditional revenue streams like music sales have declined.

Balancing multiple passions and projects requires discipline and routine to ensure productivity.

Monetizing skills and creating content can provide additional streams of income for artists.

Problem-solving and supporting others in the industry can lead to new opportunities and collaborations.

Equality and representation are ongoing challenges in the underground and house music scene. Attitude and mindset play a crucial role in achieving success.

Childhood experiences shape our perception of the world.

Embrace opportunities and possibilities, even if they seem challenging.

Continuous improvement and constructive criticism are essential for growth.

Avoid echo chambers and seek diverse perspectives.

Make time for love, art, and breathing space.