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Allie X

18 Podcast Episodes

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[mashup] Allie X - Private Life X ABBA - SOS

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Allie X - Private Life ABBA - SOS

4mins

28 Oct 2022

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Allie X's Dog Spills After Erewhon Parking Lot Escape: 'America Has a Problem'

Eating For Free

Links: Britney Spears' ex Kevin Federline's interview won't air in full as it's 'too hurtful' [Mirror] Britney and Kevin react on social media: [Twitter] Pete Davidson Has Been in Trauma Therapy Due to Kanye West's Online Harassment: Source [People] Kim Kardashian is ‘very supportive’ of Pete Davidson going to therapy [Page Six] Wendy Williams Instagram post: [Instagram] Wendy Williams sparks concern among fans with new video promoting podcast [Page Six] Jennette McCurdy reveals what made her forever ‘pissed’ at Ariana Grande [Page Six] Jennette McCurdy talks about relationship with Miranda Cosgrove and whether she will act again [ET] Millie Bobby Brown’s Year of Healing [Allure] Allie X [EW Sydney Sweeney [Defector] About: Obsessive about the dark underworld of Instagram influencers, celebrity-induced conspiracy theories, and modern media shenanigans? You're in the right place! Hosted by Joan Summers and Matthew Lawson, Eating For Free is a weekly investigative podcast reporting live from the absolute edge of the internet. We're a new wave of gossip sleuths at a time when our culture is increasingly chaotic and mass media lacks the talent or clarity to make sense of our shared capitalist nightmare! You can also find us on our website, Twitter, and Instagram. Or buy our merch! Any personal, business, or general inquires can be sent to eatingforfreepodcast@gmail.com  Joan Summers: Twitter: @laracroftbarbie Matthew Lawson: Twitter: @_matthewlawson

1hr 25mins

11 Aug 2022

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Dominated by ALLIE X - 5 Years of CollXtion II

DOM POP

This week, Dom Pop submits itself to the debut studio album from pop icon ALLIE X - 'CollXtion II' in celebration of its 5-year anniversary this month. We talk all things X including album lore, the Unsolved project that helped shaped the final product, and how this piece of Allie's puzzle fits into her larger artistic narrative. ALSO discussed: KATE BUSH's return to the top of the charts thanks to Stranger Things' 'Running Up That Hill' promo and determine which songs we would need to hear to be resurrected from the control of the upside-down. We also touch on CARLY RAE JEPSEN's 'So Nice' tour announcement and manifest a 'This Hell' music video from RINA SAWAYAMA! AT THE SPA: BETTY WHO (Blow Out My Candle), DAGNY (Brightsider), SKY FERREIRA (Don't Forget), CAROL ADES (26), PANIC! AT THE DISCO (Viva Las Vengeance), ETHEL CAIN (American Teenager), MUNA (Sometimes), and MAGGIE ROGERS (Want Want). NEXT WEEK: 5 Years of Dua Lipa's Self-Titled!

1hr

9 Jun 2022

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EP 9: Rip Me Up - Paper Love & Allie X

POP-losophy

Holi familia! In today's episode, we talk about the fabulous Allie X and her amazing first full length album "CollXtion II'. We deep dive into her first single Paper Love and talk about love, vulnerability, and getting ripped apart (metaphorically you sucias). This is Pop-losophy!

24mins

22 Mar 2021

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Episode #15 with Allie X

Both Sides of the Barricade

Allie and I discuss her "immaculate" discography, writing with other artists, which Disney movie has the best soundtrack, creative direction, her musical influences, and so much more.

33mins

12 Feb 2021

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127: Allie X!

Craig & Friends

Allie X joined Craig via satellite to talk Canadian content, late blooming, Priyanka, “Cape God”, revelations, letting go of secrets, Drag Race Canada, confidence, Nicole Kidman, rethinking plans, living with illness, Giorgio Moroder, wizardry, finding a few good men, Troye Sivan, Los Angeles and MORE! This episode is brought to you by https://www.patreon.com/CraigAndFriends Sign up for hours and hours of exclusive content, Bonus Episodes, Movie Clubs, weekly Zoom meetups, and much more! And by doing so, you support this show! https://www.instagram.com/craigandfriendspod https://twitter.com/craigandfriends For ways to help fight the fascists and support Black Lives Matter & Black Trans Lives Matter: https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co https://blacktranslivesmatter.carrd.co

1hr 6mins

13 Jan 2021

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ALLIE X and TRAVIS ALABANZA

Friends Of Dorothy

Candy and Kiki start off their first season by chatting to Canadian singer-songwriter Allie X about allyship to the community, judging on Drag Race Canada and the creativity behind her best music videos.They also chat to English performance artist and poet Travis Alabanza about growing up queer in Bristol, the ideology of non binary and the roots of queer theatre.

1hr 3mins

10 Aug 2020

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Allie X on Creating Her Artist Package, Breaking Into LA and Staying Independent

The New Music Business with Ari Herstand

Today my guest is Allie X. She's a Canadian singer-songwriter and artist who's been living in LA for the last few years. She is an incredibly talented artist and has over 100 million streams and 1.5 million monthly listeners on Spotify.We talk about what her journey has been like the last few months and how she's shifted her plans and release strategies. Then we go into her background, how she became Allie X, and how she's been so successful without the support of a major label. She has a very interesting story and cool ways of doing things.--Quick links:2:45 - Moving back to Canada and changing schedule9:30 - Allie X's work schedule now11:18 - What Allie X's team looks like13:00 - Unique business model and the profit share25:19 - Getting into a publishing deal after moving to Los Angeles29:49 - Finding the Allie X aesthetic and visual brand35:30 - Finding the right people to work with and how to reach out to them38:25 - What does an Allie X promo strategy look like?47:50 - How the Canadian government has supported Allie X's career and what it takes to apply for these grants57:00 - What it means to Allie X to make it in the new music business--Connect with Ari’s Take:Website: https://aristake.comAcademy: https://aristakeacademy.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/aristake_/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ArisTakeYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/aristake1Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aristake/Connect with Ari Herstand:Website: https://ariherstand.comInstagram: https://instagram.com/ariherstandTwitter: https://twitter.com/ariherstandYouTube: https://youtube.com/ariherstandFacebook: https://facebook.com/ariherstandConnect with Allie X:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/alliexxxxandraInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/alliex/Twitter: https://twitter.com/alliexWebsite: https://alliex.com/Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/0wnYgCeP013HkKoOyC5V32 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

59mins

5 Aug 2020

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Cognitive Dissonance with Allie X | AD 155

Artist Decoded by Yoshino

https://www.patreon.com/artistdecoded About Allie X: Somewhere amidst the outer reaches of iconoclastic pop darling Allie X’s mind, you’ll find the limits of a surreal hamlet inspired by the East Coast’s infamous playground of the pedigreed, Cape Cod. That said, it doesn’t take long for all the overbearing, Americana-worshipping idyll to melt into a gloomy, grandiose fantasy world of Allie’s creation. A distinct departure from her previous effort — the irreverent, observational Super Sunset — this new writing is an intimate, healing journey focused inwards. Told through the perspective of character rooted in Allie’s own reluctant reflections upon her teenage alienation, it’s an invitation to recontextualize the banality of our shared suburban coming-of-age angst via wry romanticization and darkly-dreamlike production. To rethink ostracization and ennui as a vehicle to unite, rather than isolate, all of the anxiety-ridden outsiders. “I was waiting for the right moment and place and maturity level where I could comfortably and accurately put these feelings into song,” Allie says, before adding, “This sort of margin in time, and space helped me dive in, and explore some repressed feelings.” Interestingly enough, her new work was created within the span of few whirlwind weeks. A literal world away from the hook-driven writing rooms of Los Angeles. Thanks to the help of like-minded Swedish producer, Oscar Görres, and co-writer James Alan Ghaleb, lead single “Fresh Laundry” unfurled into a gaudily melancholic, whimsical encapsulation of the surreal world Allie always dreamed of belonging to. Meanwhile, tracks like “Regulars” explores the struggle of a fish-out-of water forced to adhere to the conventional, while the Troye Sivan duet “Love Me Wrong” expounds upon these feelings — turning it toward the often fraught relationships with our family that we eventually end up internalizing. A carefully constructed meditation on universal themes of identity and belonging, most importantly, this new work is also a declaration of the autonomy we have when it comes to redefining ourselves and our place in the world. Although, Allie herself may still be on a journey toward reconciling with her past, by allowing herself to continue exploring the margins of contemporary pop, she’s ended up finding herself, at last, a little bit closer to home. Topics Discussed In This Episode: Her collaboration with Mitski (singer / songwriter) for their song “Susie Save Your Love” Cognitive dissonance Her writing process for her newest album, Cape God, which was inspired by the 2015 HBO documentary entitled “Heroin: Cape Cod USA” directed by Steven Okazaki Sifting through disparate elements Challenges faced in her music career Adaptive resilience www.artistdecoded.com alliex.com instagram.com/alliex

51mins

9 Apr 2020

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Interview with Allie X

Bringin' it Backwards

Continuing with practicing social distancing, we interviewed Allie X on the phone!Allie X will be hosting her Billboard Live At-Home concert on Billboard's Facebook page on Thursday morning (March 26 at 10 am PST) to raise money for Meals on Wheels America, a nonprofit that provides nutrition and helps to eliminate isolation to the elderly."Somewhere amidst the outer reaches of iconoclastic pop darling Allie X’s mind, you’ll find the limits of a surreal hamlet inspired by the East Coast’s infamous playground of the pedigreed, Cape Cod. That said, it doesn’t take long for all the overbearing, Americana-worshipping idyll to melt into a gloomy, grandiose fantasy world of Allie’s creation.A distinct departure from her previous effort — the irreverent, observational Super Sunset — this new writing is an intimate, healing journey focused inwards. Told through the perspective of characters rooted in Allie’s own reluctant reflections upon her teenage alienation, it’s an invitation to recontextualize the banality of our shared suburban coming-of-age angst via wry romanticization and darkly-dreamlike production. To rethink ostracization and ennui as a vehicle to unite, rather than isolate, all of the anxiety-ridden outsiders.“I was waiting for the right moment and place and maturity level where I could comfortably and accurately put these feelings into song,” Allie says, before adding, “This sort of margin in time and space helped me dive in and explore some repressed feelings.”Interestingly enough, her new work was created within the span of a few, whirlwind weeks a literal world away from the hook-driven writing rooms of Los Angeles. Thanks to the help of like-minded Swedish producer Oscar Görres and co-writer James Alan Ghaleb, lead single “Fresh Laundry” unfurled into a gaudily melancholic, whimsical encapsulation of the surreal world Allie always dreamed of belonging to. Meanwhile, tracks like “Regulars” explores the struggle of a fish-out-of water forced to adhere to the conventional, while the Troye Sivan duet, “Love Me Wrong” expounds upon these feelings — turning it toward the often fraught relationships with our family that we eventually end up internalizing.A carefully constructed meditation on universal themes of identity and belonging, most importantly, this new work is also a declaration of the autonomy we have when it comes to redefining ourselves and our place in the world. And though Allie herself may still on a journey toward reconciling with her past, by allowing herself to continue exploring the margins of contemporary pop, she’s ended up finding herself, at last, a little bit closer to home."https://alliex.com/We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.comwww.BringinitBackwards.comwww.americansongwriter.com/american-songwriter-podcast-network/bringin-it-backwards-podcast/--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bringinbackpod/support

49mins

25 Mar 2020

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