August 14, 2018
Miss P - How did you develop such wide-ranging cool eclectic musical taste?Alix - I grew up going to music shops and buying records just purely based onhow cool the covers looked or what I heard on the radio stations inAtlanta, which thankfully were really good. Also, I hung out witholder kids who showed me the good stuff, cause I'm an only child anddidn't have any siblings to show me things. I then ended up working inrecord stores in Memphis and New York which helped me to amass a hugeand varied collection of music.MP - Where does your obvious love of classic rock stem from? Who areyour rock faves and why?Alix - Rock n Roll just always seemed the most welcoming to me. Real music,made by real people, with SOUL. Music nowadays if you look up whomakes these pop songs it takes like 10 people to write one crappy songwith the most repetitive mundane lyrics. On top of that, there are noreal instruments in these songs either! Bowie and the Stones wereplayed regularly in my household.MP - How did you get into the very competitive DJ world? Are there manysuccessful women in this field? What do you love about it?Alix - I started DJing and throwing parties with my friends in Atlanta when Iwas 16. We were all in bands and ran the scene. It was pretty lawlessback then it felt like. No one cared that we were underage and weredrinking... we kind of just ruled the town! Girls are definitely in the forefront of the DJ scene right now! I am part of an all girl DJ / creative agency called Les Filles and we've been traveling and working with brands all over the world. I love that I can play the music I like and get recognition for my taste and not give in and play current Top 40 like so many others.MP - Your style is divine. You obviously adore vintage. How did thatbegin? How do you develop your “look?” Do you throw it togetherwhimsically or is it carefully planned out?Alix - I was pretty punk when I was younger, sometimes that side of me peeksout every once in awhile. I just wear what I like, I don't like to tryto hard at it.
MP - Who are your style icons?Alix - Anita Pallenberg, Marriane Faithful, Romy Schneider, Nico, UschiObermaier, Britt Ekland, Iggy Pop, Elvis, Jodorwsky.MP - How did you and Ms Chung meet up?Alix - We met through a mutual pal, Tennessee Thomas!MP - Tell me about your own bands and musical aspirations.Alix - Not really playing music right now - maybe have a different question?Maybe about DJing?
MP - How do you stay so upbeat and joyous in this crazy mixed up world? Alix - By staying true to myself and loving my friends and family. MP - Who or what inspires you to “spread the love?” Alix - Music and nature. MP - What’s next on your jam packed agenda?Alix - Traveling to London in a few weeks to DJ a festival in the country.Then Paris for fashion week and possibly London again!Everything lately has been so last minute, so we'll see. Regardless, Iam ready, willing, and able to rock n roll all night!
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February 04, 2019
So many times, we put ourselves at the bottom of our love-list, making sure anyone and everyone comes first. Why? I’m a lifelong Jesus-loving girl, as most of you know, and something he said two thousand years ago might give you another perspective: “Love your neighbor as yourself.” YOURSELF. Yes, that’s what he said -- it’s fine and dandy to love love LOVE yourself too.
Read on and discover the secrets of self-love and the joys of loving others...
August 22, 2018
Peace, Love, strength and Yoko Ono. They fit like hand in glove. Now Yoko revisits her past through her latest album Warzone (out October 19) and remembers our history so she can help influence our future - right on time.
August 16, 2018
A magical night of ELO and a concert full of love and amazing surprises - Groupie designer and contributor, Devyn Severson, shares her fun-filled story with us all. Thanks Dev
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