A Sit-Down With Eliza Trono, Natasha Brito and Vicky Andres of Austere Magazine.

Welcome to Burning Bridges, a biweekly Central Track podcast wherein local commentator Rodney Blu waxes poetic on the day's most pressing issues and interviews prominent players in the arts scene, all over a guest mix from a roster of several local selectors. It's fast, it's fresh and it's polarizing. Check out past episodes here. Subscribe on iTunes here.

On this week's episode, I'm joined by Eliza Trono, Natasha Brito and Vicky Andres, the founders and editors of Austere Magazine. It's probably the giggliest episode of Burning Bridges to date.

Here, this trio of impressive young creatives jumps into the hot seat together for a conversation that touches on everything from their publication's origins and inspirations to their perspective on what it's like to operate an up-and-coming print produce in this increasingly digital era.

It's a good time to have this talk, too, with the team currently wrapping work on its ego-themed, 16th issue, the release of which will be celebrated this coming Saturday in Deep Ellum. (Head here for more info on that event.)

This week's podcast is also soundtracked by MissBlkAmerikah, one of the featured performers at the party marking the ego issue's release.

All photos by Jarred Tennell.

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