On this weeks' ATTITUDES! Bryan discusses a sobering week for art, upon the loss of the American musical titan Stephen Sondheim. Virgil Abloh also passed this week, the American fashion designer and entrepreneur. In better news Botswana upheld a ruling decriminalising same-sex relationships. Erin speaks on the latest updates dealing with abortion rights, Mississippi, and Roe v. Wade, and how the Attorney general of MS says that overturning Roe v. Wade will give women 'amazing choices'. All this plus Omicron, Alanis Morissette, and butt sniffing bread baskets! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
“When you're building something, you have to expand your mind into the future because you're going to outgrow things.” - Nadine Artemis Nadine Artemis is the author of two books: Renegade Beauty and Holistic Dental Care. Artemis is an innovative aromacologist and the creator of Living Libations, a luxury line of organic wild-crafted non-GMO serums, immune-enhancing formulas, medicinal blends, and essential oils for those seeking the purest of the pure botanical natural health and beauty products on the planet. Her healing creations, along with her concept of renegade beauty, encourage effortlessness, eschew regimes, and inspire people to rethink conventional notions of beauty and wellness. Nadine is a key speaker at health and wellness conferences and a frequent commentator on health and beauty for media outlets. She has received glowing reviews for her work in the Hollywood Reporter, GOOP, Vogue, People, Elle, Yoga Journal, Natural Health, W Magazine, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and National Post. Celebrity fans include Shailene Woodley, Renee Zellweger, Julianne Moore, Carrie Anne Moss, Mandy Moore, First Lady of Canada Sophie Trudeau, and many others. Described by Alanis Morissette as “a true-sense visionary,” Aveda founder, Horst Rechelbacher, calls Nadine “a pure flower of creativity.” Fun Fact: She opened the first full-concept aromatherapy store in North America at just 22 years old. Check out Living Libations on Instagram and Facebook. Follow Nadine on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram. Sponsor Today's episode is sponsored by Aura Merchandising, a proud women-owned full-service brand marketing, and global sourcing agency. Visit them at www.auralimited.com. Find Us Online! Website: iamJulietHahn.com Instagram: @iamjuliethahn Twitter: @iamjuliethahn LinkedIn: Juliet Hahn FB: @iamjuliethahn Fireside: Juliet Hahn Clubhouse: @iamjuliethahn YouTube: Juliet Hahn
Good news! Ka-Pow the Pop Cultured Podcast has a lot of entertaining stuff to talk about this week, including a field trip to Columbus to a retro toy Mecca, new movies both streaming and on the big screen, a stack of essential reading to add to your library and some recent television worth getting excited about. You can Book It! Length - 01:25:58 Language - PG-13. (Contains some adult language.) - 0:15:40 - MOVIE NEWS A few further non-spoilery thoughts on Marvel's "Eternals," "Ghostbusters: Afterlife" a fun nostalgic experience, the star-studded "Red Notice" a globe-trotting Netflix adventure, "Music Box: Jagged" documentary takes a closer look at Alanis Morissette's breakout album, Tom Hanks in the post-apocalyptic drama "Finch" for Apple TV+, "Jungle Cruise" arrives on Disney+ and avoiding the "Spider-Man: No Way Home" trailer. - 0:48:25 - TV RECAPS & REVIEWS Reading "The Wheel of Time" to prep for the new Amazon Prime series, grown-up kid detectives star in Ed Brubaker and Marcos Martin's "Friday" graphic novel, Matt Fraction and David Aja's definitive "Hawkeye" tale influences the new show, "All of the Marvels" provides a road map to the entire history of a comic universe, "Young Justice: Phantoms" tackles real-world issues, a Taco Bell commercial features two "Saga" cosplayers for some reason, series finale of "Supergirl" makes a bold statement about becoming your authentic self and a second season of "Tiger King" is not what the world needs right now.
In 2020, Alanis Morissette celebrated the 25th anniversary of her massive hit record Jagged Little Pill. The Canadian superstar joined Tom Power to reflect on her evolution from her 21-year-old self to the mother of three she is today. She also discussed how her changing approach to writing about topics like anger and abuse can be heard on her first new album in eight years, Such Pretty Forks in the Road.
New Movies: Ghostbusters: Afterlife - When a single mom and her two kids arrive in a small town, they begin to discover their connection to the original Ghostbusters and the secret legacy their grandfather left behind.King Richard - A look at how tennis superstars Venus and Serena Williams became who they are after the coaching from their father Richard Williams.Tick, Tick...Boom! - On the cusp of his 30th birthday, a promising young theater composer navigates love, friendship and the pressures of life as an artist in New York City.Jagged - Documentary centers on the life and work of Canadian singer-songwriter Alanis Morissette while making her breakout album 'Jagged Little Pill'Zeros and Ones - An American soldier stationed in Rome with the Vatican blown up, embarks on a hero's journey to uncover and defend against an unknown enemy threatening the entire world. Undisputed ClassicChicago - Two death-row murderesses develop a fierce rivalry while competing for publicity, celebrity, and a sleazy lawyer's attention.1991 - The Addams Family, American Tail: Fievel Goes West, Beauty and the Beast, For the BoysNext Week - House of Gucci, Bruised, Drive My CarClassic - The Duelist1991 - Heart of Darkness, My Girl
The Dawgs go down in Colorado. Call it the Blunder Bowl. We discuss that as well as the ridiculous Bryan Harsin rumors. This team is broken. Shout-outs to Race Bannon, Alanis Morissette, PurpleBaze and ChillyDawg. Come join the fun over at HardcoreHusky.com
Wishing all of our listeners happy holidays and happy Thanksgiving! When you look up hard rock thanksgiving songs this is what you get. So enjoy, even if their not thanksgiving related, its still about thanks and giving. Happy listening from all of us @ Rock Phoenix Live!!!Red Hot Chili Peppers- Give It AwayZZ Top- I Thank YouKISS- God Gave Rock And Roll To You IISevendust- Thank YouTesla- What You GIveSammy Hagar- Give To LiveMunicipal Waste- The Fatal FeastAnthrax- IndiansMisery Index- Heirs To ThieveryArch Enemy- PilgramExodus- Lunatic ParadeCannibal Corpse- Carnivorous SwarmDark Tranquility- Feast Of BurdenAlanis Morissette- Thank YouDido- Thank YouScorpions- You Give Me All I NeedThe Guess Who- Share The LandSupertramp- Give A Little Bit
A new documentary is out today about Alanis Morissette, and it's causing controversy. “Jagged” is about the making of her breakthrough album “Jagged Little Pill,” and while Morissette participated in the making of it, she now says it's salacious and she won't support it. Jason has seen it, and can tell you what all the fuss is about. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Olivia Rodrigo and Alanis Morissette might be nearly 30 years apart, but they've gone down similar paths. Both began as child actors and both of their careers exploded beyond their wildest expectations when they switched their focus to music, releasing blockbuster albums that used intensely personal details. They even both have hit singles whose music videos feature them navigating mixed feelings in a moving vehicle (“Drivers License” and “Ironic”). But the two songwriters, who are big fans of each other's music, had never met before their Musicians on Musicians interview. They hit it off right away, talking about everything from the power of anger to life in the public eye to when to get your first tattoo.
Once upon a time, this was a podcast dedicated to Academy Awards coverage, so we're going to throwback today to discuss Kenneth Branagh's autobiographical feature ‘Belfast' and the state of the 2021 Oscar race (1:00). Then, Sean is joined by Alison Klayman to discuss ‘Jagged,' her film about Alanis Morissette that is part of Ringer Films' ‘Music Box' documentary series on HBO (51:00). Hosts: Sean Fennessey and Amanda Dobbins Guest: Alison Klayman Producer: Bobby Wagner Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week on 90's NOW we're talking about how Snoop Dogg sees his audience and delivers. Also, we've got news on some surprising ‘next step' fun for Alanis Morissette and how busy Julia Louis-Dreyfus will be for the next couple of years. See if you can do better with Kelly's Trivia than Sharon and Adam and how your 90's Rewind might wreck the ending of a movie from 23 years ago. Thank you for listening to 90's NOW!
Nadine Artemis is the author of two books including Renegade Beauty and Holistic Dental Care. She is the creator of Living Libations, an luxury line of organic wild-crafted non-GMO serums, elixirs, and essential oils for those seeking the purest of the pure botanical natural health/wellness and beauty products on the planet. She is a beauty philosopher, aromacologist, and botanical muse. Nadine believes in simplicity and a natural, rhythmic natural approach -she is a disruptor to the mainstream idea of "wellness" “beauty” and “beauty products.” A frequent commentator on health and beauty for media outlets, and her products have received rave reviews in the New York Times, Goop, New York Magazine, Vogue, InStyle, the Hollywood Reporter and many more. Described by Alanis Morissette as “a true-sense visionary,” Aveda founder, Horst Rechelbacher, calls Nadine “a pure flower of creativity.” SHOW LINKS: Sign up for FREE Essential Oils Webinar Class: https://www.hol-fit.com/oilsclass Buy Magnesium: https://lddy.no/r61x use code WITCHY to get 10% off Nadine's WEBSITE: https://livinglibations.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6eAVobkYovqWT6nHRYPwpw Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nadineartemisofficial/ https://www.instagram.com/livinglibationsofficial/
Resistance, we may avoid it; it feels like a struggle. What if we have it wrong? Resistance is a necessary stage in personal growth. Without it, we don't achieve true acceptance. Listen in as I offer some insight to what I've discovered about resistance that may help us get more comfortable and propel us forward in personal growth. Show Links, References and Quotes: “Resistance to reality is an unwillingness to see things are they truly are. It's the struggle you're in when you fight against an unsatisfactory situation, trying to change it through force, manipulation or any tactic where you're trying to control the outcome. It's the fear you feel in the face of change.” https://tracycrossley.com/217-journey-attachment-resistance-reality/ Dissolving Your Resistance Meditation by Jelena Fu https://insighttimer.com/jelafu77/guided-meditations/dissolve-your-resistance Resistance as a Pathway to Change; Melinda Wells https://www.ted.com/talks/melinda_wells_resistance_as_a_pathway_to_change?utm_campaign=tedspread&utm_medium=referral&utm_source=tedcomshare Everything, Alanis Morissette https://youtu.be/Bgeqw7s00xg “You sit on a throne of lies.” Buddy the Elf, Elf. “She walked in through the out door.” Raspberry Beret, Prince “Resistance can inspire you when you see it for what it is: a magic expansion lever. Resistance helps you break through.” Danielle LaPorte
Andrew and Kaitlyn are reunited on the mic, and isn't it ironic? We're giving you just a few of the highlights from our Bridin' Dirty live tour stop in Chicago, and we couldn't ask for a better guest than the gentleman that is Andrew Spencer... even though he might not know who Barbara Walters and Alanis Morissette are. The two are hanging out with the vinos, playing a game featuring plenty of impressions and accents, getting into a round of “Ken You Not” (dating app edition), and describing Andrew's dream girl (which sounds familiar). Also, it turns out Andrew definitely still has a thing or two to learn about the Bachelor world as it's revealed how little he knows about the franchise. We end this episode with Andrew giving a truly meaningful gift to the podcast host herself. CHINET BRAND - Chinet Brand makes premium disposable tableware for all of life's gatherings. Visit mychinet.com to find out more. STORYWORTH - Go to StoryWorth.com/otv and save $10 on y our first purchase. CREDIT KARMA - Ready to apply? Head to CreditKarma.com/LoanOffers to see personalized offer s with your Approval Odds right now. GEICO - Go to Geico.com, get a q uote, and see how much YOU could save. It's GEICO-easy! RITUAL - Why not shake up your Ritual? To make trying something new less scary, Ritual offers a money-back guarantee if you're not 100% in love. Plus, my listeners get 10% off during your first 3 months. Just visit ritual.com/VINE to add Essenti al Protein today. OXICLEAN - Work your magic with Oxiclean White Revive! Visit myoxiclean.com for cleaning tips and tricks.
Alanis Morissette is getting a TV show based on her life.. and we wonder if this famous ex will make an appearance! Travis Scott is paying for all of the funerals. And Britney is praying that this is the end!
We cover the gamut today--paying for your teenager's Uber rides, Alanis Morissette concerts, cute Hard Kombucha guys, and we even took a walk down memory lane when were were crappy friends to each other (apologies were made). And that's all before discussing the topic of this episode! Join us as we discuss Mel Robbin's High Five Habit in honor of World Mental Health Day. Kurt really opens up about his mental health struggles and how Mel Robbins is helping him get back on track. Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow us on Instagram @teenagertoddlerGet more content & support our work on: patreon.com/teenagertoddler
Tarah Who? Well, “she” equals “they,” and “they're” a power duo masterminded by grunge-punk sage Tarah Carpenter, a firebrand front-woman who channels explosive emotionality into rousing anthems. “I'm really sensitive to things that happen around me, and I love studying psychology and human behavior,” Tarah shares. “When I write, I seek to process personal stories and news stories through these perspectives, but in a way that's relatable to everyone.” Tarah exudes a spiritual centeredness that is poetically aligned to the origins of her name. The name “Tara” in Buddhist lore refers to the “mother of liberation,” an apt archetypal reference for such a strong and shamanistic female artist. Tarah Who? recalls 1990s alt-rock and grunge's tradition of balancing integrity with tuneful song-craft. Entries in the Tarah Who? oeuvre sit nicely alongside Alanis Morissette, Foo fighters, The Distillers, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and Spinerette. Tarah Who? is a in every sense of the phrase, bonded together by telepathic musical interplay and profound interpersonal connections. In addition to Tarah, drummer/backing vocalist Coralie Hervé. Previously, Tarah Who? has released two full-lengths, three EPs, and one single of raw punky rock n' roll. The duo's output has garnered plaudits and earned feature-story coverage from GIG Radar, Kill The Music, La Grosse Radio, Loud Stuff, Moshville, Music Connection, Muzak, and The Ring Master, among other outlets. It's a remarkable feat for an unsigned band to make such waves in the biz, but Tarah Who?'s incendiary live shows and snarling sing-alongs are hard to ignore. Even alt-pop goddess Alanis Morissette's guitarist Jason Orme has given a big stamp approval to the group, co-producing and playing guitar alongside Tarah on the recently released EP's, Half Middle Child Syndrome,64Women and the single to be release in November 2019 Pantomath. With a stable lineup, and a dynamic rhythm section that can effortlessly shift from scorched-earth rock to tender balladry, the duo is embarking on a halcyon era ushered in by its current EP, 64 Women. Tarah was born in France and began smashing away at the drums at just 14, ignoring those around her who suggested she try her hand at a more “ladylike” musical pursuit. Willful, and somewhat stubborn, she honed her chops, forged her own creative path, and branched out to bass, guitar, singing, songwriting, and producing (she produces the band's music). After a fateful move to Los Angeles, Tarah made her solo debut as Tarah Who? at a warehouse party. It was a gig she found on Craigslist, and it proved to be the perfect opportunity to share the songs she had been writing privately. Up next, the duo will be promoting the new single, Pantomath and coming back from their tour, they will be working on a new EP. The Ladies of Tarah Who? Are fired up, inspired, and tighter as friends and musicians. Inclosing, drummer Coralie Herve offers this final thought: “When I first met Tarah, it floored me how bold she is; I felt this exuberance and fire from her. It reminded me of why I play music in the first place.” Follow us on IG and Facebook: @societytalkspodcast Follow Joe: @joe_lorenzo Podcast edit by: @elevig #StaySafe #StayCreative #SocietyPerformers ARE #AloneTogether #SocietyTalks #JoeLorenzo #SocietyEntertainment
We had the pleasure of interviewing EMELINE over Zoom video! Up-and-coming singer/songwriter EMELINE shares her magnetic new single “this is how i learn to say no” — a strong-minded and cathartic pop song about the power in setting boundaries and speaking your truth. “this is how i learn to say no” follows the 22-year-old artist's breakout single “flowers & sex” (an equally candid track that amassed over 10 million global streams in just eight weeks). Go HERE to download/stream “this is how i learn to say no” now.Originally from Rhode Island and now based in Los Angeles, EMELINE has a tremendous vocal range that's in full force on “this is how i learn to say no.” With its woozy guitar tones and darkly charged beats, the track also showcases EMELINE's immense talent as a lyricist, striking a stunning balance between raw vulnerability and unapologetic self-possession (e.g., “People talk shit, say they're gonna get better/I hold my breath, I can't hold it forever”). Written about her last relationship failing as she learned to set boundaries, “this is how i learn to say no” also speaks to the experience of watching her parents' 15+ year marriage fall apart. Proving the incredible impact of her songwriting and vocal work, EMELINE recently had a viral moment on TikTok after posting a clip of her father's deeply emotional reaction to hearing “this is how i learn to say no” for the first time.“Setting up boundaries in order to show up for myself is a necessity for me, says EMELINE. “Once I realized that, I told my ex I didn't deserve to be hurt in the ways that he hurt me, and then I went straight to the studio and wrote “this is how i learn to say no”. A few days later I uploaded the song to TikTok and experienced an outpouring of encouragement and understanding from people who felt seen in the lyrics and were empowered to set boundaries and heal in their own lives. I believe that it is my mission in life to be a healer, and music is the channel I use to do that.”A multi-instrumentalist who plays guitar and piano, EMELINE first broke through with the premiere of “flowers & sex” — an irresistibly bold anthem that hit #4 on Spotify's U.S. Viral 50 chart. Along with landing on nearly 30 Spotify editorial playlists, the track earned critical praise from outlets like Paper (who noted that the “blunt pop anthem…arrives at a time when people are craving a little self-love and a lot of sexual pleasure after a year of endless isolation”) and Earmilk (who hailed the song as“seductive, confident and perfect in synergy” while praising EMELINE as “transformative”). EMELINE first teased “flowers & sex” with an ecstatic clip on TikTok that's now surpassed a staggering 18 million views combined, while the track has amassed over 10 million global streams since it's release in June.In all of her music, EMELINE moves forward with her mission of uplifting and supporting women everywhere. Naming the gritty honesty of artists like Alanis Morissette among her main inspirations, she previously made waves with a captivating performance at the the first-ever Boston Women's March, where she debuted her empowering single “Hush” to a crowd of 175,000.ABOUT EMELINEBorn in Rhode Island and based in Los Angeles, EMELINE is an emerging artist with a boldly original songwriting voice. Her effortless vocal tone, biting lyrics, and affinity for eccentric production converge in such fiercely honest tracks as “flowers & sex” — a June 2021 release that amassed over 10 million global streams in just eight weeks, in addition to hitting #4 on Spotify's U.S. Viral 50 chart, landing on nearly 30 Spotify editorial playlists, and surpassing 18 million views on TikTok. A multi-instrumentalist who plays piano and guitar, EMELINE has entranced audiences since taking the stage at the first-ever Boston Women's March, where the then-17-year-old debuted her single “Hush” to a crowd of 175,000. The 22-year-old singer/songwriter is at work on new music and continuing with her mission of creating uncompromising pop that supports and uplifts women everywhere. Instagram / Twitter / YouTube / TikTokWe want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #EMELINE #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiBFollow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter!
Today on the #TheFilter we have details from the Olivia Rodrigo and Alanis Morissette Rolling Stone special Musicians on Musicians, and was Lady Gaga's boa made of 100 dollar US bills real? Listen to Adele's 'Easy On Me' on your local Virgin Radio or Move Radio station today at 7pm EST: https://www.iheartradio.ca/virginradio https://www.iheartradio.ca/move Articles By John R Kennedy: https://www.iheartradio.ca/news/olivia-rodrigo-alanis-morissette-share-views-of-social-media-1.16272656 https://www.iheartradio.ca/news/no-lady-gaga-didn-t-wear-a-boa-made-of-100-bills-1.16272429 Watch New Episodes of #TheFilter Twice every week Follow Us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/iHeartRadioCA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iheartradioca/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iheartradioca TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@iheartradioca
Mike, Max, and Shane recount the shock Mike felt at a surprise glamping weekend celebrating his birthday, Max's trip to L.A. where he took in some live Alanis Morissette, the Facebook/Instagram shutdown, and some controversy involving the girlfriend of a former “Bachelor” plagiarizing internet posts and passing them off as her own. Produced in association with Much Studios.
This week, Kevin updates us on his journey to the Yaaas Comedy Festival in NYC. Jenna updates us on seeing her god, Alanis Morissette, perform live at the Hollywood Bowl. Both discuss the merits and trappings of the West Hollywood Halloween Parade (cancelled this year). Also, be sure to follow Thaddeus' journey, through @paytonchristian on TikTok.
What a destroyer from Alanis…I love it. Recorded on 9/21/21 Show notes: -It's a destroyer -What music can do -Jess Locke -Alanis on tour -Jagged Little Pill -Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie -The live version -Buzzing -The flute -Lyrics on the Internet -I have the CD booklet -Lyrics -Self worth -Societal pressure -Internal and external validation -Developing a solid foundation -Doing nothing in a pandemic -The Internet and “thumbs down” -Shield of anonymity -Our own worst critics -Being sick as a kid -Positive versus negative self talk -Weight and societal pressure -Marvel superhero physique -Bankruptcy -Baldness -Reframing the aging argument -Post Jagged Little Pill -Alanis' childhood career -You Can't Do That On Television -Seeing Alanis live in 1996; Taylor Hawkins was on drums and Radiohead opened up -Knowledge -Losing any part of yourself -After I stopped acting -My life now -Substance Abuse -Trying not to beat yourself up -Being overwhelmed -Toxic positivity -What not to say (if this worked, no one would be angry or sad) -How to work with it -Fearing of what someone thinks of you when you get angry -Feeling feelings and safe spaces -Validation -Your feelings are always right -Giving a person space -Clinging, codependence, and boundaries -Labels -Another layer to the lyrics -Relationships -Learning from breakups -Breakups and grief -Co-dependence -Music validates -Music as a way to heal -If music disappeared… -A strong foundation -Longevity -Garbage and Cat Power opening -Liz Phair -I saw Garbage in 1995-96 at Roseland -Links: Twitter https://twitter.com/mmampodcast Facebook https://www.facebook.com/mmampodcast Apple Podcasts https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/music-movies-and-other-stuff/id1236495556?mt=2 Podbean https://mmam.podbean.com/ Email email@example.com -New York and the pandemic (get vaccinated!!!!!) -Follow the science -Get your information from credible sources (New York Times, NPR, BBC, USA Today, etc.) -Knowlege is power. Stay powerful. Stay safe. © MMAMPodcast 2021 All Rights Reserved
Keli and Nicole kick off SEASON THREE with a fun episode about what to expect this season, and some of their favorite topics - fun, friends and fashion? (not really fashion, but it was an F word that wasn't THE F word.) In this episode we give a recap of our Alanis Morissette concert - honoring our teenage selves and appreciating our heroes who grow with us. WE HAD FUN for the sake of having fun! 90's fashions - how far can we really go in revisiting our favorite fashion era? Ladies' Weekends - connecting with our people and strengthening the bonds between us. Keli's upcoming birthday and how she wants to celebrate officially entering middle age. We want to connect! Find Nicole and Keli on social media by visiting Instagram and Facebook: Find us on instagram @everythingsnotfinepod Nicole Allen is @nicolewith3 Keli is @improperlyforward Join our Facebook community (You can find our group on Facebook by searching "everything's not fine community.") Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Please take a moment to subscribe and share a review of the podcast wherever you listen, especially on Apple Podcasts/iTunes.
Matthieu Larivée compte vingt-cinq années de carrière, au cours desquelles il s'est bâti une réputation enviable grâce à ses nombreuses créations visuelles dans divers secteurs tels que la musique, la télévision et le théâtre en plus d'évènements spéciaux et corporatifs. En 2005, Matthieu fonde Lüz Studio, une entreprise de conception visuelle proposant des services intégrés d'éclairage, de scénographie et de contenu vidéo. En plus d'agir comme chef d'orchestre de tous les projets, il en est aussi la force créatrice. Fidèle à son passé d'éclairagiste, la lumière est le fil conducteur de toutes ses productions. Matthieu utilise la luminosité pour imaginer des espaces uniques, un peu à la manière d'un architecte. Sa connaissance du terrain et sa polyvalence font de lui un créateur capable de travailler autant sur des projets à échelle humaine dans les théâtres que dans les vastes espaces des arénas et des stades comme ceux dans lesquels ce sont déroulés les lancements de véhicules pour la compagnie BRP. Ses conceptions se sont retrouvées sur différentes scènes contribuant au succès de tournées d'artistes de renom provenant de différents horizons comme Veronic DiCaire, Panic! At the Disco, Broken Bells, Jason Aldean, Billy Idol et Jack White (Boarding House Reach Tour pour lequel il fut en nomination aux Knights Of Illumination – Las Vegas). De plus, Matthieu a illuminé les pyramides d'Égypte pour le concert A Night At The Pyramids où la chanteuse Chantal Chamandy était accompagnée par l'Orchestre Symphonique du Caire. Ce spectacle pour lequel il s'est mérité un MELDA (Design Award Dubaï) et qui lui a aussi valu une nomination au PARNELLI (Las Vegas) fut diffusé sur PBS. À titre de directeur artistique et directeur photo, il signe la facture visuelle de productions télévisuelles comme Y'a du monde à messe (prix du meilleur décor – Gémeaux) et d'évènements d'envergure comme le 150e anniversaire du Canada auquel participait U2. Matthieu et son équipe savent innover. Ils ont intégré la réalité augmentée à la panoplie de leurs services. Ils se démarquent en réinventant la formule des Gémeaux ainsi qu'en faisant apparaître virtuellement sur scène des artistes comme Alanis Morissette et Avril Lavigne dans le cadre du spectacle de la Fête du Canada en 2020 diffusé sur CBC et Radio-Canada. La touche artistique de Matthieu se retrouve dans plus d'une vingtaine de productions au théâtre dont l'adaptation de Nutcracker à Las Vegas pour le Nevada Ballet. Il est également le concepteur d'éclairage de deux spectacles du Cirque du Soleil soit Amaluna qui a fait le tour du globe et Wintuk présenté au Madison Square Garden de New York. Soutenez ce podcast http://supporter.acast.com/lueur. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.
In this episode: People dying, my dog wants to attack everyone because he has a haunted house for a brain, the iPhone X is no longer new, wanting to bear up Best Buy employees, I'm going to see Alanis Morissette at the Hollywood Bowl, etc. Everything you need: linktr.ee/OTWD
We talk about Albums from all types of music that we love so much, we can sing every word to every song Recorded Wednesday October 6, 2021 with Tim Hattrick, Ben Campbell, Brooke Hoover and Barrel Boy
In the season five finale—the 30th episode overall (a landmark?), and the sixth episode this time around, Kevin welcomes illustrious guest Anika Pyle to the virtual building. A member of the beloved but long defunct pop-punk outfit Chumped, and the leader for the equally as poppy and punky group Katie Ellen, Pyle spent 2020 crafting her solo debut, Wild River. The two talk about the album, remaining creative during a fucking pandemic, vegan food, and the gender politics of pop music. For additional information about the verbose and depressive music website Ahendonic Headphones, click here! And more importantly, to learn more about Anika Pyle, click here! Episode Musical Credits: Opening Theme Music- "Flava In Ya Ear" (Instrumental); written by Osten Harvey Jr, Craig Mack, Roger Nichols, and Paul Williams. Bad Boy Records, 1994. Closing Music - "Truth," written and performed by Kamasi Washington. Harmony of Difference, Young Turks, 2017. "The Locomotion," written by Carole King and Gerry Coffin; performed by Little Eva. Dimension, 1962. "Wannabe," written by Geri Halliwell, Melanie Brown, Melanie Chisholm, Emma Bunton, Victoria Beckham, Matt Rowe, and Richard Stannard; performed by Spice Girls. Spice, Virgin Records, 1996. "You Oughta Know," written by Alanis Morissette and Glen Ballard; performed by Alanis Morissette. Jagged Little Pill, Maverick, 1995. "Strange Fruit," written by Abel Meeropol; performed by Billie Holiday. Commodore, 1939. "Chalkline," written by Thomas Barnett, Matt Smith, Garth Petrie, and Matt Sherwood; performed by Strike Anywhere. Change is A Sound, Jade Tree, 2001. "I Felt Your Shape," written by Phil Elverum; performed by The Microphones. The Glow, Pt 2, K Records, 2001. "Hey Allison," written and performed by Jeff Rosenstock. We Cool?, SideOneDummy, 2015. "Mountain Kids," written by Augusta Koch, Allegra Anka, and Kelly Olsen; performed by Cayetana. Nervous Like Me, Tiny Engines, 2014. "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)," written by Shannon Rubicam and George Merrill; performed by Whitney Houston. Whitney, Aristia, 1987. "Govinda Jai Jai," performed by Alice Coltrane. Radha-Krsna Nama Sankirtana, Warner Brothers, 1977.
Entre el 17 y el 24 de septiembre de 1991 llegaron a las tiendas un puñado de discos que marcaron el rumbo de aquella década. Los Use your Illussion de Guns and Roses, el Blood Sugar Sex Magik de Red Hot Chili Peppers, el Badmotorfinger de Soundgarden o la gran joya de Nirvana se editaron en un periodo de seis días.Aquel lejano 1991 tuvo una cosecha maravillosa de discos. En marzo salió el Out of Time de REM, el tercer disco de Roxette, en abril debutaron Massive Attack y Alanis Morissette, en mayo le llegó el turno a Smashing Pumpkins. En verano el protagonista fue el disco negro de Metallica. En agosto dieron sus primeros pasos otras dos bandas capitales, Blur en Reino Unido y Pearl Jam en Seattle. En septiembre, tras seis años, volvieron Dire Straits con su último disco de estudio y en noviembre se editaron dos discos tremendos: Dangerous de Michael Jackson y Achtung Baby de U2, pero esa semana de septiembre se llevó la palma. Pocas veces tantos álbumes tan influyentes se han concentrado en un periodo tan corto de tiempo marcando un relevo generacional y consagrando el ascenso del rock alternativo a las listas de éxito. Sin embargo, el triunfo no fue total, tanto los Grammy como los Brit Awards los ignoraron.A pesar del arrollador triunfo de Guns and Roses, fue Nevermind el que supuso un auténtico terremoto. Durante la década anterior se había ido generando una subcultura alternativa en EEUU alrededor del punk rock, pero esa música ruidosa era ignorada por los grandes sellos musicales que no tenían su mirada puesta en los jóvenes y menos en bandas salvajes difíciles de controlar y domesticar. El éxito de Nirvana llevó a los sellos a mirar en el underground, a buscar a nuevas bandas con otros sonidos. Gracias a bandas como Nirvana, REM o Pearl Jam el mundo de la música viró. Cambió el foco de atención, los jóvenes volvieron a comprar discos de forma masiva y se desarrollaron nuevos festivales con nuevos protagonistas.Aquella semana de 1991 cambió la músic
A new documentary about Alanis Morissette's iconic album Jagged Little Pill premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. Morissette herself is not happy with director Alison Klayman's work on Jagged. Ian has seen the doc and finds the whole saga a bit perplexing. Ian's review of the documentary from TIFF: https://ianthomasmalone.com/2021/09/tiff-review-jagged/ The Deadline article referenced in the episode: https://deadline.com/video/alanis-morissette-documentary-jagged-director-alison-klayman-interview/ Image courtesy of TIFF
In a truly hilarious episode of Gleek of the Week, Andrew and Allison discuss the musical crossover episode of The Flash and Supergirl. Darren Criss puts people in a trance with his beautiful gaze? That sounds like every episode of Glee ever. Our guest is the great Maggie Gibbons, friend of the pod and die hard Gleek. She tells us why she's got beef with our song choices and shares her top ten covers. Songs this episode include same bangers: Prince, Alanis Morissette, and T freaking Pain. ---- FOLLOW GLEEK OF THE WEEK: https://www.instagram.com/gleekoftheweekpod https://www.tiktok.com/@gleekoftheweekpod FOLLOW ALLISON: https://www.instagram.com/allisondodge FOLLOW ANDREW: https://www.instagram.com/mcgui_guy FOLLOW MAGGIE: https://www.instagram.com/maggibby Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Allana Pratt, Intimacy Expert, supports those ready to live unapologetically and attract an open-hearted, ideal relationship. Featured on Huffington Post, People, Forbes, CBS, ABC, NBC and FOX, she's the Author of 6 books, has interviewed Whoopi Goldberg and Alanis Morissette, Hosts the Podcast “Intimate Conversations”, has 5M viewers on YouTube and has launched the world's first Partnering App called HeartMates where members Become the One to Find the One which Keeps the One.
Shirley Manson catches up with Kyle Meredith to talk about season three of The Jump, the podcast that finds her speaking with some of her favorite artists about the songs that changed their careers. The Garbage lead singer discusses the art of songwriting and its current place in the pop landscape, the importance of being weird, and the opportunities to borrow from greatness. Manson also dives into an interview she did with Alanis Morissette and their shared experience coming up in the '90s, the power of Cat Power, and being a hero to so many people in the way that she sees Patti Smith. It's also the 20th anniversary of Garbage's third album, Beautiful Garbage, and Manson tells us about the painful period that produced the LP and its lining up with 9/11, but how it has eventually come to speak for this current moment and finally find the recognition it deserves. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
On this week's show, we... nerd out over the Alanis Morissette/Garbage/Cat Power triple bill last weekend in Tinley Park celebrate 20 years of Wilco's Yankee Hotel Foxtrot spend quality time with new records by Kacey Musgraves & Low All this & much, much less! Debts No Honest Man Can Pay is over 2 rock-solid hours of musical eclectica & other noodle stories. The show started in 2003 at WHFR-FM (Dearborn, MI), moved to WGWG-FM (Boiling Springs, NC) in 2006 & Plaza Midwood Community Radio (Charlotte, NC) in 2012, with a brief pit-stop at WLFM-FM (Appleton, WI) in 2004.
We'll tell you which Spice Girl is making plans for their tour in 2023 and that it's not really official yet. Also, two of our ‘Friends' that you heard are dating… aren't, but they understand why we'd want it to be so. And with a new documentary about her life premiering at film festivals, we'll tell you why Alanis Morissette won't be attending. See how you do with Kelly's Trivia and brace yourself for some 90's Rewind. Thank you for listening to 90's NOW!!
Alanis Morissette criticizes HBO documentary 'Jagged' about her life, more tickets to Outside Lands are going on sale today, Nicki Minaj's Covid-19 vaccine 'swollen testicles' claim is false says the Trinidad health minister, and Elton John postpones European tour dates due to hip injury! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We open the show with Alanis Morissette's strong negative reaction to a new documentary about her. Can we still enjoy Jagged when it drops on HBO? Next, we discuss the backlash to a new activism competition show, and host Julianne Hough's lengthy-but-worthless Instagram statement. Finally, we dig into this year's TIME 100, and highlight some of the best pairings.
Vinnie from Sponge joins us, FOUTS, still mourning Norm, Larry Nassar hearings, Murdaugh Family Murder Mystery, Instagram's ruining girls, Dr. Disgusto strikes again, and Rolling Stones' Top 500 Songs of All Time.The FBI let Larry Nassar abuse gymnasts.Send in your "Chairman of the Board" move reviews to 209-66-Boner.We're still mourning the death of Norm Macdonald. Norm absolutely destroyed Michael Jackson over the years.Poop stories: Dr. Disgusto is the top story on the Oklahoma City News. We remember the great Cartman parking garage dump and discover a woman defecating at the grocery store.The MTV VMA's seem like a big deal... but nobody is watching. Trudi declares the VMAs played-out.Vinnie Dombroski dials into the show. Sponge is performing at "Rockin in the Shores" at Nine Mile and Mack in St. Clair Shores this weekend. Vinnie is going to start a new band called FOUTS.Nicki Minaj is a moron and Trinidad's government is mad she wasted their time. Dr. Fauci is angry with her too. Nicki remains on the offensive.People are celebrating the deaths of unvaccinated folks. The Freep is trying to answer the COVID questions, but not many are listening.Rolling Stone Magazine decided to re-do the Top 500 Songs of All Time. They're wrong.Shock G did ALL the drugs.Alanis Morissette has a new documentary coming up and she hates it despite participating with the filmmakers.The Murdaugh Family Murders have jumped the shark yet again.Inkster Rep, Jewell Jones, can't stay out of trouble. He also doesn't understand how cell locks work. Time Magazine names their most influential people in the world. Meghan and Not-a-Prince Harry on the list for some reason. Thomas Markle has broken his silence yet again.SpaceX had another rocket launch and nobody seems to know about it.Todd Rundgren has a huge forehead and absolutely hates the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.6% of young girls want to kill themselves because of Instagram.Dan Quayle saved America.Impeachment: American Crime Story dropped episode 2.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Alanis Morissette discusses the 25th anniversary of her hit album Jagged Little Pill, plus her latest release, Such Pretty Forks in the Road. Jeremy Dutcher explains why making his debut album was as much about saving the Wolostoq language from extinction as it was about reimagining the songs of his ancestors.
It's been a big couple of years for Shirley Manson — not something every artist can say, as a global pandemic stretches into its second year. Nor, is it something many bands can say staring down their third decade of existence. Our call is scheduled early — another rarity in this world. When we connect, the musician explains that's she set to go exploring on a rare off day for Garbage's tour with fellow alternative icon, Alanis Morissette. In June, the band released its well-received seventh LP, No Gods No Masters, which found Manson's lyrics taking no prisoners in a world that too often appears to be coming apart at the seams. Late last month, the singer also kicked off a new season of her critically acclaimed interview podcast, Jump, which features frank conversations with artists like Patti Smith and David Byrne.
Bryan and Krissy go live on Fireside! Bryan tells Krissy his thoughts on the Fake Famous and Woodstock 99' movies, they discuss their chances of Instagram fame, they ponder the lives of the Woodstock patrons and talk about episode 100! Then, the gang reviews some footage from a YouTube movie about Carnies. The show is a circus as usual. LINKS:Watch this episode on YoutubeTCBTV-minusSponsorFUM (Use Code TCB)Magic Spoon (Use Code TCB)MEMPHO Music Fest (Oct 1st-3rd 2021)Subscribe to The Commercial Break Podcast Youtube ChannelNew Episodes on Tuesdays and now Fridays everywhere!Text or leave us a message: 1-(661)-BEST-2-YOU | 661-(237-8296)FOLLOW US:Instagram: @thecommercialbreak @bryangcomedy @tcbkrissyClubHouse: @bryangreen @tcbkrissyClubHouse: The Commercial Break Club on Clubhouse! (home of live recordings)Twitter: tcbbryanFacebook: The Commercial Break PodcastYouTube: Youtube.com/TheCommercialBreakEmail: email@example.comA Chartable Top 100 Comedy Podcast#1 Trending Comedy Podcast Worldwide! (Chartable)#1 Trending Comedy Podcast U.S.(Chartable)An Apple Top 100 Comedy Podcast Top 1% Downloaded Podcasts, Worldwide (ListenNotes)A Hot 50 Podcast (Podcast Magazine)
Alanis Morissette fought tooth and nail for a career in a male-dominated industry. She explains how writing her hit song You Oughta Know helped her work through issues of depression, anger and disillusionment.
The only podcast where you don't know if you're listening to a rerun or not; Tragedy strikes the mailbag, addressing everything to Rich; How would Rich and Feeney shave their pubic hair if they had vaginas? We're number one in Finland, or number 51 and other world rankings; Why Sunday is a weird day to record a podcast; Internet speed test results; Raven standup and magic show material revealed; Rich shares an exciting story about seeing Alanis Morissette and Garbage live; Musical acts Feeney would like to see; New Apple Podcast reviews; Update on the gift hunt for Feeney and Rich; Fanmail, and of course, all the usual perversions. Follow the guys on Twitter! Raven - @theRavenEffect Rich - @RichBocchini Feeney - @jffeeney3rd Have Raven say things that you want him to say, either for yourself or for someone you want to talk big-game shit to by going to www.cameo.com/ravenprime1 If you want all the uncensored goodness AND watch The Raven Effect, sign up for Patreon by going to www.patreon.com/TheRavenEffect
Four Rounds in the magazine .. ROUND 1: Chaps sat down with Big Cat & Large this week to share something deeply personal regarding his family and he has some more thoughts to share. ROUND 2: The Air Force is allowing hands in pockets, folks, and you better believe Kate has a genuinely terrible Alanis Morissette cover song about it ROUND 3: Speaking of hands in pockets, we asked, “What was the pettiest thing you ever got yelled at for?”, and indeed the reasons you gave were petty as shitty. ROUND 4: Checking in on Afghanistan & it looks like, holy shit… the withdraw worked. Just kidding, it's a mess! Find ZBT: https://linktr.ee/ZeroBlog30