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Musician Allie X Explores the Darker, Intellectual Side of Pop

When Allie X was younger, pop music meant bubblegum. It meant Britney Spears and *NSYNC and the Backstreet Boys, all singing and dancing and picture perfect love and lust songs machinated for mass consumption. But the state of pop is different now, to the point where Allie X’s electronic, emotionally exposed, dark, and intellectual explorations of self can get attention from the likes of Katy Perry, arguably one of the foremost pop sensations in the country if not the world. ...

Public Speaking Sucks, But Why?

Barneys on a rainy, Sunday afternoon? Sounds great right? It was, until I wandered into a panel on the 6th floor featuring Greg Lauren, Guillermo Andrade of 424 ...