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Best Milck podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Milck podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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An examination of the musical icon, with guest and biographer Karen Bartlett ("Dusty: An Intimate Portrait of a Musical Legend") helping to guide listeners through the extraordinary and, at times, complex journey. Fans and newcomers alike are taken through Dusty's time with The Springfields, her support of African-American artists in the British mu…
 
Following female homosexuality and bisexuality throughout popular music, Women of Atlantic host Colleen “Cosmo” Murphy builds to singer-songwriter Hayley Kiyoko as one of the next to carry on this critical viewpoint. Kiyoko talks growing up as a gay woman, presenting previously unseen stories in her music videos, and reveals how she was finally abl…
 
For a while, ABIR’s songwriting didn’t quite match her reality. Not having been in one, she was "writing these heartbreaking songs as if I'd been in a 10-year relationship.” But as she rose through the NYC pop scene, and upon discovery by Atlantic Records in an opening show slot, it’s been an authentic adjustment. Hearing her story will illustrate …
 
A childhood fandom (and eventual tattoo) of Elvis. A deep love of My Chemical Romance and concept records. A range of influences stretching from Taylor Swift to Danzig. With such diverse touchstones, you wouldn’t expect Atlantic Records artist Goody Grace to be so polished, to have such a focused sound, to establish an aesthetic all his own. But th…
 
Today I am sharing with you an amazing interview with a personal hero of mine MILCK where we delve into all the things that I am passionate about self care, spirituality, getting through the messy middle, and how to find the light within the darkness. MILCK Website "Quiet" Song of Women's March Upcoming event LIVE ART Instagram I Can't keep Quiet W…
 
This week I am talking with Cassandra Lam co-founder of The Cosmos an community of Asian women creators. In this episode we talk about the unique challenges that Asian women faces as creatives as well as switching the mindset from surviving to one of flourishing and thriving. In just a little under a year The cosmos has grown to a community of thou…
 
Sometimes its better to think more broadly in a time of feeling stuck. This concept of asking myself if I'm in and inhale phase or an exhale phase has really helped me see where my resistance is and help me move back into the flow. --- Show Notes www.maringhiga.com www.instagram.com/maringhiga www.kristasuh.com DIY rules for the WTF world.…
 
Prior to landing at Neon Gold and Atlantic Records, Matt Maeson honed his skills on some daunting stages. As part of his family’s ministry, he played “songs about salvation” at prisons, and “in front of strippers and Hell's Angels at Sturgis, one of the biggest motorcycle rallies in the world.” There was plenty in between, but eventually, his first…
 
For their new album, “One Shot,” the world-renowned a cappella group wanted tracks relating to their collective journey. First, find out how they put together a Boyz II Men and Montell Jordan medley (“Motownphilly” and “This Is How We Do It”). Then, get the inside scoop on their new original song, along with how it helped complete the vision of the…
 
For their new album, “One Shot,” the world-renowned a cappella group wanted tracks relating to their collective journey. First, find out how their rendition of Simon and Garfunkel’s “Homeward Bound” came together, along with how it relates to one member’s time in Germany. Then, you’ll hear the story of taking on an Imagine Dragons hit, along with h…
 
Members of the famed a cappella group discuss late night rehearsals at Indiana University, talk their early albums (Holiday Spirits, Under The Influence), and reminisce about breaking big on a little-known platform at the time called YouTube. This is the story of Straight No Chaser, like you’ve never heard it before. The group’s new album, “One Sho…
 
Members of the famed a cappella group discuss recording their 2008 album, “Holiday Spirits,” describe the fateful call on a New Year’s Day that would eventually lead them to Atlantic Records, and reveal how four members were arrested on an east coast tour stop. This is the story of Straight No Chaser, like you’ve never heard it before. The group’s …
 
"It's you giving 110 percent of yourself." That advice from Snoop Dogg to KYLE was not taken lightly. A 2018, confident debut record, titled “Light of Mine” and featuring 4-time platinum single “iSpy,” was accompanied by the artist's screen debut in Netflix film “The After Party,” and a world tour. Honestly, KYLE might be giving a little more than …
 
Krista Suh is a screenwriter, craftivist, artist, activist and creator of the Pussyhat and Evil Eye Gloves. Her mission is to make the world a safer place for women and help everyone validate their own creativity, femininity, and intuition. In her book, DIY Rules for a WTF World: How To Speak Up, Get Creative and CHANGE THE WORLD, Krista share the …
 
"Give yourself every opportunity." From starting in music management to hitting the top of the charts, the story of the English singer-songwriter is anything but traditional. Discover this journey, from her breakthrough as part of Clean Bandit's "Rather Be," to the heartwarming origins of new track "I'll Be There." Her new album, "Always In Between…
 
Welcome to the Emerging Women podcast, where we hear from brilliant women leaders creating big change in the world.I’m your host, Chantal Pierrat.Today’s guest is my longtime friend Dara McKinley. Dara is a thought leader in the divine feminine, an entrepreneur, and a modern spiritual guide in the art of forgiveness. She holds a graduate degree fro…
 
It took another singer bailing on the California State Fair for Emily Armstrong to step up to the mic. She hasn’t stepped back since. The singer and guitarist of Dead Sara takes us from humble beginnings to rock airwaves, detailing the band's rise. Drummer Sean Friday joins Armstrong to discuss their 2018 EP, “Temporary Things Taking Up Space,” and…
 
Sigrid Gilmer makes black comedies that are historically bent, totally perverse, joyfully irreverent and are concerned with issues of identity, pop culture and contemporary American society. Her work has been performed at the Skylight Theatre, Pavement Group, Know Theatre of Cincinnati, Cornerstone Theater Company and Highways Performance Space. Sh…
 
Do you have a daily experience of inner peace? What about a daily practice of self-care? My guest today argues a daily spiritual practice is essential for women in these stressful contemporary times. Welcome to the Emerging Women podcast. Today my guest is Snatam Kaur. Snatam is a musician with a voice of an angel. She transforms traditional Sikh c…
 
What if you could live a life that 100% represented your singular experience? What if you stopped asking how can I fit into the current society and dominate culture and instead asked what space can I carve out in the world that is mine, and fully supports who I am and what I care about? In today’s episode I am talking with Yumi Sakugawa comic book …
 
Have you ever been in a stage of your life and thought "I thought I would be so much further along in _____ than I am" This week I am talking about that uncomfortable space of when we are going after our dreams and goals and we realize at some point that our expectations have not been met. In this episode I will talk about the problems that can ari…
 
Today we are talking to the first-ever male interviewed on our podcast: Mike Robbins. And to quote Salt-N-Pepa: What a man!Mike is a well-respected author, thought leader and speaker in our community. His fourth book, Bring Your Whole Self to Work, advocates a corporate cultural paradigm shift toward vulnerability -- to both improve employee engage…
 
Show Notes Episode Summary: Have you ever wondered what people are talking about when they say "Just show up and do the work?" Well, in this episode we are getting deep into what that looked like for Nicole Miyuki watercolorist, teacher and author as she wrote her first book. This episode is a shining example of what can happen when we follow our h…
 
Today on the podcast I'm asking the question what is ritual, what is ceremony and how can we incorporate rites of passage in our daily life. Ritual is what we make of it Tarot Cards mean what meaning we give them Ceremony is the act of showing up in a way that feels good to you Honoring and Reverence: come from acknowledging and giving thanks to th…
 
Welcome to the Emerging Women podcast, where we hear from brilliant women leaders creating big change in the world. I’m your host, Chantal Pierrat.Today’s guest is Sera Beak, who finished graduate school at Harvard studying comparative world religion and rapidly gained traction as what The New York Times called “a new role-model” for her generation…
 
If your someone who has ever had an interest in doing a year long project this episode will hopefully provide you the inspiration to do one yourself. If you asked me 2 years ago if I thought this was possible for me, I would have told you that I never follow through on long term projects and that I'm just not the type of person who completes these …
 
Welcome to the Emerging Women podcast, where we hear from brilliant women leaders creating big change in the world. I’m Chantal Pierrat, your host, and today we have a podcast from a very special guest who raised the roof at our last Emerging Women Live event with her powerful song-writing, story-telling and movement-making.Today’s guest is MILCK, …
 
Femi Olafioye-Omogbehin Bio: I’m a stylist and consultant who is passionate about creating and providing representation for black women through both fashion and building personal relationships. I started my business January of 2018 and continue doing work understanding how lack of representation and shame are connected, and helping women heal the w…
 
Bio: I am captivated by all things metaphysical; the transcendent experience that defies logic, the omen, the prophetic dream, and realms unknown. I explore the esoteric through tarot card readings, meditation, channeling, spirit work, various healing modalities, art, and music. My background is that of a creator and teacher. I received my MFA from…
 
In this mini series past guest and friend Whitney Lawless and I are talking about Race. How it effects our creativity, our relationships, and the work that we are doing in the world. Listen in as we share a bit about our Messy Middle process. To Join in on the conversation please join The Messy Middle Facebook Group. I would love to hear your thoug…
 
Daniella Zalcman is a documentary photographer based between London and New York. She is a multiple grantee of the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, a fellow with the International Women's Media Foundation, and the founder of Women Photograph, an initiative working to elevate the voices of female and non-binary visual journalists. Her work tends…
 
Welcome to the Emerging Women podcast, where we hear from brilliant women leaders creating big change in the world. I’m Chantal Pierrat, your host, and today’s guests are Elle Luna, artist and author of The Crossroads of Should and Must, and psychotherapist Susie Herrick.Elle recalls hearing David Whyte say, “There comes a time when you no longer w…
 
Vincentia Schroeter has a Phd in Clinical Psychology and has researched early attachment between mothers and babies. She is a Bioenergetic Analyst, a somatic psychotherapy dealing with emotional blocks on a body level. Vin has taught internationally and locally. Interested students can go to sciba.org Vin is a Licensed Marriage and Family therapist…
 
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