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"fiona apple" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

03:43 min | 2 months ago

"fiona apple" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

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"fiona apple" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

04:57 min | 2 months ago

"fiona apple" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

"To move on or whatever but like there is there are so few people who deliver that sort of like universal catharsis in a way that feels so authentic as as feel. Now you know like many people. Now talk about mental illness like you have like the Demi Lovato of the world or were Selena Gomez and now. It's an an oak. It's that's there. Is there space for it? But I think Fiona space for it now known as candidates for that. I think you can see the field of blueprint like very clearly across a lot of like people I think you know. I had to tell someone recently. That like Fiona Apple in like Regina Spector. We're not the same person early kinds of music. But I think that I know but like I think the way that she is just like so open and so vulnerable and so like like angry like I think you could. You could make an argument that you can see the line of Fiona from everyone. That's like that's like paramore to Arianna Guerande till egg. I don't know I can drake or whatever like that just kind of MOLNAR ability. That's like cool. Yeah she always the original in my feelings challenge is just a different level. I mean all her feelings all in my feelings for decades and decades should be on the gavel Yeah let's Bang Bang Bang. It's time to bang on the gavel. That's right we have a segment. Can you believe it? And this segment is called the People's Court so in this segment. Olivia judge presiding over pop culture. History goes and digs in the archives of magazines including not limited to people magazine. Get it to get that and She logs in and she finds us a nice article moment about your icon so Olivia Yeah. Girl boss extraordinaire having worked into the mainframe even though the New Jersey. Okay it'll school. It was hard today for some reason I had to try so many different scam so many middle schools to get this fucking password. But WE'RE IN WE'VE GOT A. We've got people profile to kind of dig into this. One is from nineteen ninety six. So you know it's title era. That's what we're working with here. So imagine just like if you well like a people magazine profile of nineteen here old. Fiona Apple One as afraid as I say most times. People doesn't really do this like this anymore. Because it's like a very real profile that like addresses the fact that like she was raped in like has all of that in it but then also towards the they start talking about how she like isn't used to all the attention she's getting and it says she says. I spent so much of my life being called dog. Capital D. says the waifish singer with the big blue eyes and the pouty covergirl mouth quote. Now I go to a photo shoot and they're like oh you're lovely. It's a tremendously heavy emotional experience. She adds with a frown. But I'm getting better at it. So she is like they're like prepared to be truthful and honest and people is still like. He's pretty sad ball which is annoying and then we get to twenty thirteen and we have a little tidbit called the Shah report. Attached to whatever and it says in loving Fiona apple five minutes ago forgetting Fiona Apple out worrying about Fiona Apple. But that's what was happening in two thousand thirteen people does does not know how to treat women is the thing is what. I learned this. Podcast we can you. Can you say what they said? One time in loving fiona apple five minutes ago forgetting Fiona apple out worrying about Fiona Apple. Got Wait maybe that's good. Good loving her presently they're acknowledging that they had been worrying about her and that they forgot about her a second ago not great. I know I mean that. Is every woman's trajectory in popular culture? Right we like you now have to with four. We were.

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"fiona apple" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

02:49 min | 2 months ago

"fiona apple" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

"Has you know I feel like you were GonNa say something more profound I literally was and I was just going to say that when the pawn has my favorite. I think. Probably my favorite Fiona line which is on hot knife when she says he said it's all in your head is ed says everything but he didn't get it. I thought he was a man but he was just a little boy. It was. It's like Shit like that and I'm like she's like one of the great American writers. I love her percent. Say Hunger Hurts after that. Yeah but I want it so bad I could kill Yeah I know I. You don't WanNA clean. I don't WANNA clean up. Yeah you guys like when like a Shakespeare expert is like and I think I don't know let me guess best home rattles it off perfect. Oh Man dying at that. You'RE GONNA ask a question. I was going to ask. I was GONNA ask since you ask me. Like what was your. How did you to come upon Fianna being you know youngins? I was I was a sophomore in college. I think when I like really really got into it because I had a friend who was like super super in dire and I lived with him that summer. And we shared a bed And we would hold on. I forget about that no dude. Yes is the Fiona. Yes if that helps that helps okay. Continue paying the this. It is summer. Two Thousand Fifteen. I am sharing a bed in an east Williamsburg apartment We are getting so fucking high. Every day and then just blasting shadow boxer it at the top of our lungs because it was right where our voices could like both really belt at 'cause you have that like low voice so it's perfectly an alto or like a high tenor at. That's when I really got like deeply into field. I think was that summer when you found her in your register yes exactly. She came through in the middle. A beautiful that's amazing. I Love I'm there with you right now and I want to be there. It was great it was like weird summer. I how did you find the owner? I feel like probably college but I remember.

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"fiona apple" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

03:29 min | 2 months ago

"fiona apple" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

"Annoying. Well because he was trying to like correlate her like Knee issues to her anger and because read a book yet because he fucking read a book but it's also like our anger is the best part about her so go to the fucking beach. Jonathan Williams you know to the second page. Little have this. I was just GONNA ask. You have a favorite album or is that like ranking your children. No I mean title is the one that's most meaningful to me because it was like when I was coming of age and I just felt so seen but I do feel like right now. It's an interesting coming of age right now. In quarantine like coming from go by different age the age right before. I don't know that there's this another sort of crossroads that feels as hormonal. We're stuck in my in my like having to face my kid self which I feel like we're all having to do has Florentine of dislike all of the vulnerability and tenderness and uncertainty of being a child that we can sort of like escape. I dislike working or you know going out. Now it's like no you have to sit with that person and I feel like fetch. The bolt cutters is now like you know coming up in rank to title because it is like this is. This is a a moment that out think any of us have even the language to understand emotionally and like you were saying. Olivia she gives. She gives language to feel it in a way. That is so powerful as I said. Music is powerful and so I do think that this new album. There is so much in there that is and the fact that she made it her apartment even pre quarantine or all like this thing of of just like feeling like there's no out and we just have to fuck and scream and shake things and cry and talk about talk about it from a really fucking real place even though we don't usually do that So I love the. I love those two albums best. I love when the pond to. It's really hard and I was saying she playing fast as you can in a car ride to a party. I really I texted I. Oh I think yesterday that like as as fast as you can is on my running playlist just that like that crazy drumbeat just solid like. That's a fun song. Listen to when you're like I don't know when you're dating a lot and you're like I'm just going to be an absolute psycho to the. Wow there she enjoys. She's been gone for a but she's back Arrow. Okay everyone listen up. It is ad time. We have a great new podcast for you. It's called the daily smile and it's from the daily smile is hosted by Nikki. Boyer and we'll bring you the most unexpected and endearing feel good stories to start your day in the right way like the adorable six year old boy who captured parts across the globe by raiding? Shirley temples my ex husband the Shirley temple king or you couple who met and fell in love during a global quarantine. People are still making it work out there. Folks make the daily smile a.

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"fiona apple" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

04:44 min | 2 months ago

"fiona apple" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

"Fiona cracked it truly. She Krecko Yeah and look I was reading. I think vulture where she goes through and explains every song on the bolt cutters and like so. Many of the songs are inspired by like things that happened to her years ago. And so like even though she's like by being in this House with Zelda it's like she has all the content stored up in her head she can keep writing songs. She keeps like kneeling all of this stuff even if it was money years ago so she really dig. Neyla if feels like limitless style. Where he's like it all happening. Usually like truly ninety nine percent of her brain in the most per se. If she got the IT would be absolute game over at. We have like that. That's when we get be brains with eyeballs. As when Fiona apple gets that other one percent when she when she accesses it. Yes that's how well no because she's close. Those are end days when when Fiona uses the last percent of her brain just the world implodes who couldn't handle the power puts out like no courageous time that we listen to right before the world ends so insane so insane. She's also I'm GonNa say one more thing about her is that she's like also just so such an amazing activist. I mean like that like she's still I made a movie about GMO's and got like deep into the like anti GMO activist world which is scary and divisive space And at that time was just like there were so few people that were really like talking about the dangers of Monsanto Shit. Look I mean they were talking about. Whatever is boring but But she came out with like put a song like out around like the dangers of GMO's and and the importance of biodiversity. You know what I mean. And and then like now. She's dealing so much with indigenous rights and just like the fact that like our press tour for. This album is like democracy. Now you're just like yeah. Someone recently was like like her roommate. Posted a video like a selfie video. She had taken where someone had like requested to use a song of hers and like a Shitty commercial or something and she hated it and she was like no and then immediately she was like wait. Someone wants to pay me like thousands of dollars that and while people are currently like getting laid off left and rights issues. I obviously like re emailed them said yes and I'm just gonNA give the money until like a mutual aid fund or something like that she's so like selfless and I think that's part of what. Of course he does not give a shit about being a famous person at all. It's IT and she doesn't want to go on tour. Which is an interesting part of like releasing this during quarantine is kind of like all worked out for her but her last tour or two. I think it was your last tour shelter like canceled to be with a terrier dog when it was going for me was a skull before before. He became a progressive instrument. And I mean would which then goes back again though to like that that feeling and just like I don't know I I remember reading about it and she was like yeah. There are just moments where you just are present. And she was like. It wasn't a decision. It wasn't like a hard deliberation like I just knew. This is what I had to do. I'm sorry but also you like my music like you know. Thank you knew this like a hundred years ago that I would my dog I know man. Listen she's also. The other thing that I loved was lake that her Jonathan Ames together for like five years and then they were together and in five years passed and then he got back together and split up but then he was at her house like years later she was still dislike. I'm tired of you just as a friend. She's like you should go to the beach. It's getting late. That segment of the interview. I mean the whole thing was just like so real but like I've felt myself in the room like watching them slip back into their relationship having this back and forth that they've had one thousand times before and I also was like I am tired of you go to. The beach aims being.

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"fiona apple" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

03:46 min | 2 months ago

"fiona apple" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

"That doesn't belong which is you know everyone's experience we just don't know how to. I don't know I I will say I do feel like sometimes I've felt I've I've been like you know in like a weird emotional place that I've listened to a fee on apples and been like. Oh right that is the thing I'm feeling I couldn't put a word. Like in shadow boxer where he's talks about like once my flame and twice my burn. I like Oh yeah yeah no I was just GONNA say that. 'cause all those ideas were talking about like this idea of power but also with how sharp and precise she can find these moments in this very intense swirl like foggy nece and all the motherly mentally tough stuff that you can't name. I mean I think it's just the word that keeps coming in my mind is like relentless like because I think she just is she does like it feels like she just feels so much and lives so much life and now it is like she's inside her house but like she's you she's still thinking and you still banging on these dog bones but before then it's like she just was living so much and You mentioned that article earlier at the part of the article that I've the say yes with when she decided to stop doing cocaine. Great as I've ever read anything. It's like the most perfect celebrity anecdote. I think everyone was like so excited about like Quincy Jones interview from a couple years ago and users like talking and I was like no no no this one sentence is like a feast for the mind. I mean. That's the core gas that we needed. Yes the Of the quote is basically. If you were doing cocaine with Quentin Tarantino and Paul Thomas Anderson during them talk all night about themselves you would also stop doing cocaine and I was just like yeah. You're rising call him. Pta in it. Yup It's like that is the part to me for some reason. That really gets to be like that familiarity. Because it's like they dated for a long time. There's a whole history there so there's so much history in that sentence where it's like. Oh God it's also such like a graceful drag. You know what I mean like. It's she's not like fuck that dude that was unbearable and that that that night was physically and emotionally unbearable and no one should have to live and understand that I experienced you and it was actually enough and is enough. There's this really you have. We talked about how I talked about this on the pod before that bit in like Magnolia making a documentary. Where it's like it's like I'm Paul. Anderson is like in the editing bay. For Magnolia and Fiona Apple is there and he is like running through this scenario in his mind where everyone hates his movie and at one point he liked grabs her in this kind of violent way in a way. That's like a high. He's joking but like I was watching it. You know twenty years removed from the fact and I was like I don't know if.

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"fiona apple" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

02:19 min | 2 months ago

"fiona apple" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

"Deal form. I would love to not have a body I would love it. Just beat cool. Maybe that's what the vaccine could do. Just turns into vapor or we all have is if we were just like a brain and is. I can do that. That's cute love it. That's what does mostly about athleticism is that like I feel like like Fiorina's depression is like athletic. Not I mean in a way how you cool like. It's like her attack on her feelings through her music is just like she's just like I know has such sharp teeth in the way that she just is like cutting through it and trying to get to the bottom of such a swamp of emotions like we all are but she's just like I don't I just like I have so much respect for the fight and then for the artistry that is showcasing a fight you know. Such sharp teeth feels like a loss Fiona Apple Erykah as well. Yeah I album title. Yes and exactly that. That's my that's my my new. Podcast is just a Fiona apple appreciation. Podcast such sharp teeth. The teeth that's perfect. You got my guests. We love to affect. It's the perfect way to describe it. Because they feel like my. Some of my favorite Fiona apple songs are the ones where it she's like. There's like got a snarled to them. There's like this like way. And there's like anger and she's not afraid to express any of it she's like this shit is fucked up and I hate it here and like I want to die and then like in the bridge get like slow or something and it will all come together in a really beautiful way. It's like so fucking hard to do like if everyone could write songs like that all music would sound like that young nice.

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"fiona apple" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

03:11 min | 2 months ago

"fiona apple" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

"I Allowed to Break that like consistent. Rule in my mind was DEFRANCO's so don't judge me but But but I feel like a home but I feel like with Yona like criminal dropped and it was so big that my first impression actually her was like oh I can you know. I can't go there like and I think also and so and then once I was I let me just see what the rest of this album is without being like. Oh that single is now on. Mtv every five seconds Then I was like oh this is like the truest artists. I've ever known and end. Just like yeah. I think I think at that time. Just feeling like I mean the Franko is is adjacent in that. Both of these women were like really just like putting themselves on the line to speak. You know they're they're truth at a time. When that wasn't I think it's hard to imagine a time like even preemies to you. Know what I mean. When when these things not a part of the public discourse when people weren't talking about their sexual assaults when they were celebrities and when they were trying to also sell records as young beautiful women like those two things were not in conversation and she really clipped him in conversation in a way that nobody had done before. And just didn't give a fuck you know in that way of just like no I'm These are my wounds and I'm going to talk about them and sing about them and still And still be incredibly successful Supposed to be funny podcast but this is Bloomberg. This is good. This is genuinely perfect. Olivia and I. We were like texting yesterday in. Olivia de sent. The clip of Anna may accept Oh Yeah did she say his license she says the world is bullshit. World is bullshit. Yeah and yes please. Then she's like go with yourself which I think is like the most beautiful piece of advice. And she's like she's like nineteen or twenty when she's saying it which is like like she's she's like as a small child who like so why's it feels like the thing about Fiona Apple. Is that if feels like she was born into the world like very wise soul. And it's like there was never a moment where she was like a child. It was like she was fully formed with like having these beautiful thoughts and Mike. This access like painful thoughts cousin did yeah. Yeah for sure. I mean she's just that like New Yorker piece. It was like funny. My husband read it. He was like he read it before me. And he's like wow it's like it's really heavy and really dark and I read it and I was like. Oh that feels just like regular you know something.

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"fiona apple" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

03:24 min | 2 months ago

"fiona apple" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead

"One hundred contracted if that's what it takes. No so putting it out flooding it out there okay. And she's willing to do the work and that's what really matters. There's gotta be some homeopathic remedies you know for the big big thing is going to be taken out of cancer not cancer or cont anymore. It's media the media the large. The I know you you're all you'll pathak remedies as well so if anybody's GonNa find it. Oh I got some Chinese media already in my cabinet just waiting for this quarantine. Lifted taking aisles. Prenatal there's also MS gotta get ahead of it. You gotta be ahead you one step ahead. I'm ahead of the curve. Trying to flatten it and I'm ahead of that. Oh speaking curves got curbs records and CDs was about to say like this is not the. That's not the Segue to use for the person we're talking about today. I'll say though just as like a little a preamble to this is that I think it's very apt that I got my period five minutes before we started recording. This and it just feels like the person we're talking about today if I don't know it felt connected and that's what I was saying with that. Zoe who is your icon icon now and always feeling apple. Texted me to tell who you're doing and I actually scalped. I was I've been trying to get someone to do. Fiona apple on this podcast for so long. I'm so excited am I am I? I A pot of the core. Your first cast of Cour- yeah I I guess of pot of core. That is what you are up. Fiona is I icon of pot of core. Yes Andrea one. Who LOVES TO STAY IN HER HOUSE? So like everything lines up. I know the Cajun's for really is well. I'm the fact that she released her first album. Eight years mid core and is speaking to all of us. I mean on such deeply I always felt so seen by her. I've never felt more seen than now with fixable cutters in my house in quarantine when she released or she but when it was released the Promo video of the dog. Just run trying to catch the stick out. I've never felt more connected to any organism boy. Would I get to that dog? Oh my God I heard Dogmas live like the most harmed when the dog show up on vegetable cutters. Oh thrilling thrilling and she used her dead dogs bones as.

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"fiona apple" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

09:46 min | 2 months ago

"fiona apple" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Female musicians of the time like Alanis Morissette and Tori Amos. All one hundred percent. She's definitely in that category. Oh yeah again. Loved both Alanis Morissette Tori Amos. Don't know why I didn't like. Oh I feel like a lot of people. Were kind of put off by her. And if you were put off by her in the mid to late nineties then you're never going to recover from that now because that's her most mainstream. Yeah yeah the Abbott. That is the most accessible. Fiona apple will ever be yes and like Kudos to her for that because honestly like I appreciate that. She's a little weird yes? Shadow boxer was the album's lead single which spent several weeks on the billboard chart but it was the song criminal and its corresponding music video. That made Fiona a household name new. I don't think people really knew what to do with the music. Video in funeral was only eighteen or nineteen years old when it was made and people were already throwing shade to her for a wanting to be taken seriously but also wanting attention be being really skinny And see talking about rape experience without reservation. Oh when this video arrives practically knocking its audience over with Innuendo. The people can't do with a young woman expressing her sexuality right especially while at the same time talking to media outlets about being raped. Oh so she was pretty open about that very open the GEICO when nobody was open. And if you were open you were still being judged for it like somehow it was still her faults and it's especially uncouth of her to be talking about it right and I think a lot of people thought that she was using that experience to get attention which is gross. Which is no she wasn't doing that. Don't know it grows to think that yeah it is. That's what I meant. But she wasn't doing it for attention. She was doing it because she wanted people to know that she went through this experience. And if you went through to than yes she understands what the fuck you're going through because guess what most girls have. Yeah Yeah harassment is a thing guys like to the smallest of levels quote unquote smalls of levels being put uncomfortable situation to like Franz just of levels to rave yeah from street harassment to repeated rape from a significant other from groping yet to just outing right like someone you thought you could trust or constrain your breaking your fucking building yep like. I can't even believe that you could fucking do that. Do you are always in those buildings. Walking around is knowing. GonNa fucking walk by or hear that and stop it and from the looks of it. Morningside Gardens was a huge complex multiple multi level buildings and it. It amazes me that nobody came out and like it doesn't though either there have been dozens of people who are being raped or murdered. And nobody does. Ain't you hear it now like wanting anything. That's not my business. Yeah or like when I lived in New York. There were a lot of stories of people who were pushed out on the tracks and like really. Can you help me and people on set were videotaping and said helping? Now there's a for that Lake by standard fact. I think they feel like they don't. They shouldn't interfere like they don't want to interfere. And it's like but if you did you could help someone. Yeah maybe you could just put your phone down and fucking help instead of filming. Yeah if you hear like a child crying or screaming maybe like go outside and poke your head on. Hey what are you doing? Yeah so a lot of people accused of promoting a heroin chic lifestyle which was which was the farthest thing from what she was trying to do. She just wanted to get her videos played on MTV and she thought this director and this video treatment was going to do that and it did but the way it kind of backfired and she became a media target are the people loved her for her honestly in pretty face or she was criticized for being sad skinny and a diva. She just wanted to be accepted so she did. Whatever her manager or publicists or music video director told her to do. Yeah which I get that sense. Eventually she realized no. This isn't what I should be doing. I shouldn't care about what others think of me. I should be doing what I feel is right and she wanted to make her fans understand this too. And what better way to do that? Then at the nineteen ninety seven MTV video music awards. Harry are so here all right at this ceremony she won the MTV award for best new artist. She had no idea she would win. She truly thought was going to win. That's totally legit and really who didn't think Hanson Woodwind just picture little ashby. Like what the Fuck Hansen with this? It was it was fine. I really had my love. Hate relationship with Hansen happening like I didn't want to admit that I really liked handsome but I really liked Hansen. She didn't prepare a speech beforehand and decided to use her time to express a bigger message but once again it backfired or did it. It did at the time right but also looking back on it. It's like no. This is fucking legit. Yeah I bet is kind of long but some of it as is as follows quote everybody out there. That's watching everybody. That's watching this world. This world is bullshit and you shouldn't model your life and this is where the booing starts. You shouldn't model your life about what you think that we think is cool and what we're wearing and what we're saying in everything. Go with yourself. And this speech became known as the this world is bullshit speech. But she's right. She was one hundred percent correct in everything she said in this speech and she was heavily criticized for it afterward. People were really angry with her lake. How dare she say this world is bullshit? We still do that. How dare you say that? The status quo. Because data's is so quote right now they feel like considering the Internet and social media and everything more people are saying. This is bullshit now. And it's more accepted than it was back in nineteen ninety-seven right because she but she is saying the thing that most people are thinking yes. She was just almost twenty years ahead of her time and saying it. Yeah that's fair. You know she she. I totally get what she was saying. She wasn't saying everyone on this planet was garbage. No she was saying celebrity. Culture is stupid and mind you. This was even before celebrity culture as we know it was actually a thing. Yeah like the red carpet. Lifestyle wasn't a thing in ninety seven the way it is now yeah it was it existed and it was glamorous shiny but now it's lake even grocer in more clearing sieve because we all know it's bullshit. Yeah we're all just eating many all expect this celebrity culture this Internet culture. We expect it now whereas in. Nineteen ninety. Seven wasn't even expected and she was like no. This is garbage in. It's it's ruining everything and also I would say because there are regular people who just are youtube in podcasting and Instagram who have become more famous. And now everything's will. Maybe I can't have that lifestyle so I wanNA reach for an insect but why Kern initiates Skjei I mean honestly I blame the Kardashians kind Kardashians. Yeah everybody sees the oh I just try hard enough I can be fucking can be. You know you can only do it. If you're fucking rich and like one out of a billion people you can get lucky and fall into it. But you're GONNA have flavor of the week you're not gonNA stick around only if you have no ribcage in giant ass. Yeah honest honestly looking back on it now. It was refreshing piece of honesty that barely. Anyone was tapping into back in the nineties. Respect but the male dominated rock media tore into her for this speech. She was no longer music darling but rather a spoiled. Brat that for some reason was deserving of all of this media has still eighty now. She's doing great put. We let her Dr However this does seem to be a turning point for Fiona where she started to take control of her own narrative whereas before she was making career decisions based on what other people wanted her to do now she realized these decisions were and hers alone to make. Yeah because you know it is always a good time for you to take control of your own life and control of your own sex life and you should always be in control of your own sex life and we can help you guys with that. We can totally with our friends. Adam and Eve you can go onto the Adam and eve website. I believe it's Adam and Eve dot com. Yes I think you're correct and you can choose almost any one thing for fifty percents off..

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"fiona apple" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:34 min | 2 months ago

"fiona apple" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So there I was in the kitchen after dinner preparing to wash the dishes when I think to myself now would be an excellent time to start in on the new Fiona apple record I've been hearing so much about start in on because what does it take to do the dishes after three persons maybe fifteen minutes so I'll check out the first fifteen minutes of it finish the dishes and get back to work so your budget press play Viby Casio drums rinse rinse rinse scrub scrub scrub well this is excellent but no surprises there it's Fiona after all sprint's scrub starting to take some real pride in the dish work no need to rush things try to change of plans and again I say all whole life like I said there I was innocently trying to get through the dishes as quickly as possible when I get to the second track of Fiona apple's new record vegetable cutters and realize I need to make the dishes last as long as the record fifty fifty glorious minutes I wash those dishes they may never get dirty again so there's a change of plans for you have been a whole lot of plan changing going on lately most of it as troubling as that particular change of plans was delightful which reminds me of that song I just started should Micah wherein Fiona recalls an acquaintance who sort of grossly accidentally inspires her to come more completely into her own as a human being she's saying she make a wasn't gentle and she wasn't my friend but she got through to me and I'll never see what and who in your life does that make you think of I just got a whole bunch of stuff loaded up in my head it's hard to recognize agents of positive change when they are upon us now she goes on to sing and when the storms torrential I recall shoemaker said I had potential who should Micah said I have to show so the first time I heard that song I thought about all the people that she maker represents for me personally and on all subsequent listens of dot what if she Micah is cove in nineteen and we are all Fiona apple okay so where were we I used to walk down the street so my way to school two of them is I used to cost at least like they have on the phone Jeez just just to please lows in class at the time Jonah slash second and one by a group of twelve shoemaker said I helped to ensure shoemaker said I have potential shoemaker said I have potential.

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"fiona apple" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

09:10 min | 3 months ago

"fiona apple" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Brian Hiatt. This is rolling stone music. Now I have with me Claire. Shaffer and Rob Sheffield and Brittany spanos and we thought it was a really good time to talk about the entire discography of Fiona Apple. And what a discography. It is. Her new album fetch. The Bolt Cutters May. Well be the best album of the year so far. It's pretty extraordinary. And it's kind of a combination of what she's been working on since nineteen ninety-six and you're talking about five albums all of which I would say are excellent. I think panel agree. Are they all excellent? Yes great good podcast over. Thank you very much. So we thought we'd start with. Fetch the bolt cutters. So we don't get into the situation where we don't end up talking about the thing that we most want to talk about. Rob Has taught me about going in reverse order and I think that's a good lesson. We learned that most infamous we and our Beatles episode where we never got past ringer. So that's what we're always trying to not rags. Lupi proud on so fetch the bolt cutters. Claire reviewed it. You gave it four and a half stars or we gave it four stars. You might have wanted to give it five stars. It's no secret that there's institutional mitigation of stars. Would you have given it five stars if it was completely up to you? Yeah honestly I would have. I mean it was. It was definitely a tough call just because you know having reviewed album that rather honey. Rayton album that is not yet gone out into the world. You've no idea how much influence it's actually have. Of course you have to come up with these star ratings before comes out by giving prime ministers and I think a lot of people would have agreed with that and why I mean that. Of course basically says it's a perfect album wise it a perfect album. In your estimation I think it's is this perfect combination of artists who right from the get errors just been on top of her game but who has certainly demonstrated that she can take a look back on her career and also acknowledge maybe not her mistakes per se but ways that she is nurtured. Like I think that such the bolt cutters is for most self-aware record. You know she's looking back on how. She was treated as young popstar throughout the late nineties early. Two thousands how she sort of shifted her perception for being sort of you know in the public this kind of jail Kind of over sexualize figured being this very like reclusive songwriter and dislike. I think it's a very mature album in the way that he's able to look back on these past experiences and being like. I'm not as angry as it was back then. I don't have the same relationship that I used to have two other women or two men but I don't regret those feelings like I think it's interesting complexity. That's this album. You and she digs back pass. Even as young as she was when she made her debut she digs back past that and start writing about middle school and stuff. I love that whole part of Shimmy governor. She's talking about Lake in walking to school MC slap incurred late with a riding crop as she's going to like seeing tough She's talking about being in Class. Being bored like counting the second hand on the clock. It's like she's talking about like the way that her mind works in the way that she was different from the beginning but it also demonstrates musically. How much of a sense of rhythm she has. That's kind of I think musically what is most defining to me about the Annapolis more than piano even more than her dynamic voice. It's just a sense of rhythm and cadence and like how she understands the delicacies of those things in how like each slake minute detail can change the meaning of the word or click can change the meaning of a song. Right from the get-go she liking knowledge is that. I think that's just such a nice touch to the yet. I WanNa dig into individual tracks but Brittany. I know you were one of millions seemingly who reacted instantly with overwhelming love for this album. What about it hit you that hard? I mean I heard it. I definitely was telling Clara About this where. It's it feels like her like her brightest in like most upbeat album sonically and lyrically in it is with as much as she digs in to a lot of these past traumas in like her relationship with both men and women in her life. Her relationship with herself with the media portrayal like there is so much brightness in positively to the album and I spent a lot of the the week up to its release listening to her first four albums going back to how much of we associate Fiona with like the sad girl. Aesthetic in singer-songwriter circles in in sort of Pop music and rock music. So it's really fascinating for her to kind of come out of the gate and like make this album. That is reflective in the stall. Jack but isn't necessarily sullen is definitely her most optimistic album. Today I I find that kin- apple she comes back to this concept of hope over and over again throughout her career lake especially when the pine we can talk about it later but there's so much like reference to hope and how she's never able to quite reach it in that album and here it's like she doesn't even have to really say they get the sense that she's found that sort of closure adjacent chasing her whole career in rob. What were your first impressions of the album? And where are you with it now? It's great in some ways. It sort of a Can't to To win the pawn hits conflicts from little over twenty years ago a very similar. I mean those are probably my favorite Fiona albums but very similar terms of albums that are marking a personal transition and a musical transition. I mean all of her albums are so different musically and so different stylistically in terms of their tone in their mood. But these are the two albums that are just the most high energy emotionally wise A. B. Very inarticulate about it in his Fiona as turn of phrase. It's a very aggressive. And you just the way it jumps out in the first into some. It's very plainspoken. Direct out of many ways that went upon was I think musically the comparisons that jumped to my mind turned out to be the comparisons jump to you know practically everyone's mind which is that it's like she's become Joni Mitchell multiplied by. Tom Waits or vice versa. Among many other things. But it is. She's again in a corner of her very own and very much just like Sui generis just one of a kind like. There's no one quite doing what she's doing. It doesn't really connect in any way towards you can draw connections but it doesn't deliberately connected in any way to what else is going on in music and I think that speaks for her entire catalog especially after the debut. She's just carved her own lane in stayed in it. But the radical homemade -ness of this record the percussion driven elements of really stood out for me. And even the way the album progresses as you go along on the second half as maybe slightly less a deliberately assaulted in some of the stuff on the first side quote unquote side. It's just a a great album. What do you make of? It definitely? Picks up from places where the idler wheel left off. Musically I don't know if you notice that yeah for sure I mean the either wheel similar concept. She recorded that whole album. Basically with one. Other Person Touring Drummer I believe he also produced the album but that similarly found sound kind of these candidacies guitarists with many many different like homemade objects repercussion. You know there's one. Song periphery on that album. That uses like I think it's like boots like stopping gravel. That's like percussion on that wholesome. There's like paper. You know all this different stuff that she used for it end like this is a similar concept. She had I think three other people that she was doing this album and she had a drummer. He had a guitarist basis and then they all did percussion and for the most part except for. I think one recording session that was done in Texas. It was all recorded at her home in Silver Lake. Any kind of tell because she purposely leaves these lake sort of outtakes. She almost uses like the outtakes like these Interludes in between songs. You know you'll get like room sound and there will be like a dog barking or you know you'll you'll hear like someone from the band being like. Oh do you WANNA do it? This way like they're about to start another take and it's just. It's a nice way of showing your work for that particular album. I think is appropriate because it is kind of all about her journey as an artist in her on sir coming to terms with like how she actually wants to make you want to make and not to any way except her own way. Maybe we should go track by track a bit the open track. I want you to love me. Even the opening line speaks so much as sort of mission statement the.

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"fiona apple" Discussed on Switched On Pop

Switched On Pop

05:20 min | 3 months ago

"fiona apple" Discussed on Switched On Pop

"To me. I want to do the music banging when she swishes it up almost like yelling to beat and it just changed a whole of the song and just delivers the message of. Asaf about wanting to be love. And how elemental that love is part of your life. My absolute favorite keeps me coming back to the song or in Oregon. Hey there I'm learn Michelle Jackson in. I've just got to say something about the vegetable cutters recitation on the track. That bears the album's name obsessed as always with the voice and really drawn to this Like soft because of pat the tongue that she emphasizes on the latter portion of the word cutters both carpet. It's like it's not ready at all. There's a real teeth feel to it. Teeth bill is that even a thing I don't know but I I really love it. In just the recitation. In their petition of that part is just so I don't gives me shiver. There is so much to love about Cutters but one of my favorite things is the total mastery. That Fiona has over her cadence and the way that she conveys these really complicated emotions through changes in her vocal inflection. I love the exaggerated way that she sings. A third verse. Ladies especially the lines. Don't get rid of it. You look good in it. I didn't fit knit was never mind. Oh Yes oh yes. There's a just don't get you look. I didn't belong. I think her articulation is just packed with mood and back story and she uses brilliant applications. Like this all over the album. Hi My name is Peter Than that. Lovely little passage from the song ladies. She describes that dress in the closet. And how it was left for her by the ex wife of another exit hers at in that belong to the ex wife of another extra minds. She left behind with the no one lot at said. I don't know of porn across but I'm really trying for me as a gay person It was really refreshing to have in any song ever by anyone something that acknowledges the weird complicated relationships that you have with the people tangential to whoever you're currently in a relationship with and especially when you know maybe you're a little bit more in an open relationship or things are a little bit more fluid or you're just aggressively single and seeing a lot of different people at once so you know just nice to see something different out there in the world. There's so much more on this album. So many perspectives. There's so many ways of listening it's intimate it's personal. It's often challenging. Specially when Fiona apple drops the piano and it just becomes these really perkasa difficult songs. I think that's intentional. In fact this is something that wants us to work hard to discover our inner most emotions enter ten out of ten review for pitchfork. Jenn pelly wrote the very sound of vegetable color dismantles patriarchal ideas professionalism smoothness competition perfection. Aesthetic standards that are tools of capitalism us to warp. Our sense of self. I think maybe when we look inward as a way of fighting external pressures can reflect back not our most polished self but our best self. And I think that's what apple trying to give us here. I'm so thankful to be able to share my listening. My hearing with you nate but also to get to here. How so. Many other people have taken beautiful things from and how it's a touch their lives. Yeah I'm the man. I'm feeling all the fields. Let's let's end this before it gets messy. I WANNA to thank emily. Kristen Beam Warren Anna Peter for their contributions on this episode switch on pop is produced by British Armstrong. Megan Lubin shocker Wa. Liz Nelson needs loan and me Charlie harding or part of the VOX media. Podcast Network Predator engineer is McFarland. Arlo straighter is our Scotland. Social Media Bobby bar you can find more episodes anywhere you get podcasts. And we'll be back in another week with hot new episode. This time it really is going to be about some cool music happening on television. I know you keep promising every week. I'll believe it when I hear it. Say we'll see all right until they have extra listening..

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"fiona apple" Discussed on Switched On Pop

Switched On Pop

02:50 min | 3 months ago

"fiona apple" Discussed on Switched On Pop

"Yeah it's lost kind of atmospheric quality and become this driving groove. I think that's fitting because from here. The takes shift from the sort of impersonal and universal to the very biographical in idiosyncratic because a smile seemed rehearsals that made the bullies worse time. I've never heard song quite like this before. It's pretty unique. Fiona apple examining her middle anxieties about the girls and the bullies and trying to find her place putting on airs. Trying to be complicated and in real life. There was this young woman who spoke with a young apple and said you have potential like stop trying to please everybody else like you get to be your own person. Basically and it stuck with her entire life and she turned it into the song and while there is this shift to the extremely specific. It feels like it's just coming off the tip of her tongue because potential the such a goofy right. Yeah still. This is a few on Apple Song. She is someone who has great lyrical dexterity. And a lot of poetry in deep references. This is the kind of album you can just like burrow deeper and deeper into and by all these wonderful little nuggets of creativity. One of my favorite as this little. Refrain that she keeps turning to in the song. Mitee what yeah. That was a crazy Portmanteau of hurricane and and Christian liturgy not your bar set him into it right. It felt at first me almost like a beck lyric. Where is this just intentional? Nonsense because it sounds cool like it sounds great. It has wonderful cadence to it. It was also something we were like. This is so bizarre that I have to go down the rabbit hole and figure out what's going on here so we're actually have a mash of a handful of references. I'm sure there's more than I'm getting the first thing you I was Hurricane Gloria which was a hurricane in the nineties but hurting Gloria and excelsior Dow. Okay that's as you said. Christian Liturgy Glory and exercises. Do we have him? It ends up being a reference to a Patti Smith Song. So it's kind of like her saying that was what? I worshipped when I was a kid. Check this out this Patti. Smith's warrior.

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"fiona apple" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

06:17 min | 3 months ago

"fiona apple" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"On Friday April Seventeenth Fiona Apple released her stunning new record called fetched. The bolt cutters been waiting eight years to hear new album from Fiona apple and it was well worth the wait to celebrate release. Npr Music San Powers. Mersal Rousseau and I had a live online listening party. We played the full record on. Npr Music Youtube Channel while tens of thousands of people joined in they commented. Listen too long and it was all over. We talked about Fiona Apple's new songs what they meant and where they fit in with her remarkable career but I am powers offered some context for the album. And how we finally got to hear it as you said Bob. I the on apple record in many years. Eight years originally slated for October released but in March Fianna offered a little instagram posts in which she said in sign language. My record is done and of course things started to just bubble up and go crazy right at that moment because her fans they crave music so much a month later a little bit more less than a month later she announced that she was moving the release date of the record up from October to April. And we need it. You know I mean here we are. We're all alone together. These days in our crazy world situation. And what do we need more than a statement from one of the great artists about the power creativity making art in your home? Chaminda's record in her home and end about self determination. I was on twitter last night when the album dropped and people were losing their minds. League like I. I rarely seen anything like it immediately. This is the best review record of the year. A rare perfect score on pitchfork That publication with its notorious scoring system especially women. I think were exclaiming this is just what we need right now Mussa. What should we be listening for as we all listen to this record like there are three things in particular that would be good to listen for? The first is the percussion of nature of these songs in a profile of Fiona Apple in the New Yorker a little while ago. Fianna talked about how she kind of built these songs from the ground up the ground being rhythm there's a real rhythmic drive to a lot of the songs on this record. The next thing that I noticed about it was just how funny it is. I think for you know as much as we often praised Fiona apple for being is really intense really introspective emotive songwriter. She's also really witty. And I think that that really shows up on this record and the third thing is the dogs. The ONA's dog mercy is a featured performer on the record as well as several other dogs in her general orbit so I would keep an eye out for the dogs too so at this point we played the full record. And if you haven't listened to it you should. You can listen. Now Stop the podcast and come back but fans left comments and thoughts and questions during a live chat as we all listened and when the album finished we tried to make sense of what we'd heard and what we'd learned along the way starting with an powers I learned so much from the Folks in the chat room so many interesting connections you know whether was hearing beyond saying Erica by do the music or hearing you know Samba. Rhythms are so many different things people bringing up. I feel like I know the album so much better now just after that. Listen with alcohol you talk about the rhythms. I mean that that's SORTA central melody is not central I. She is the melody where there is melody. Let's talk about some of that. There are or credits that went fiona on share as in hitting a chair. I would say I mean one thing I was thinking about as I was listening to. This was the fact that she really drew from the things that were in her home. Like in and around her space version bilby songs and I think it just struck me as a person who's been in my home not going anywhere for so long and it'd be the ONA's apple artist who would see that kind of experience and turn it into a way to make music as opposed to a nation is really beautiful. Some interesting connections Has Been Associated with this scene in Los Angeles around the club. Largo for many years and some connections with that scene. Tom Waits I think is a big influence on this record and also Chad Blake. Who MIXED THE RECORD? Did allow the engineering on the record. Worked with Los Lobos members on a really amazing record years ago called Latin playboys. Encourage everyone to go. Listen to that record because it does very similar things with rhythm. I think Yanna has such open ears in you here. You know so. Many African the asper influences on this so much hip hop influence on this record and also dominate Garza. Mush out one of my favorites for many many years. Who whose own music is also adventurous? In this way you're great Austin based musician. We had a question from somebody. Wallace was playing and they asked about our thoughts on a funeral. Funeral chapels use of black musical traditions on this album. I definitely always hear that in Janas music and I think grounding this project in rhythm brings to the fore a few people in the chat mentioned lemonade and honestly who could not have been influenced by lemonade or at least aware that we are living in a universe where beyond says. Lemonade is such a primary text. So book for Fiona this is going right back to her her very beginnings in her childhood in New York City. Where coming up as apoe. A young poet and aspiring musicians. She would set Maya Angelou poems to music. That's how she learned and thanks to whoever reminded me of that in the chat. That's actually learned to make music so I think this is right back to her. Absolute ROUTE ISN'T TRUMP. Set like a song that was from when she was a teenager. I think oh another thing jazz. Let's not we can talk about later and I'll just say the word jets Jones is gone. It was all those still here scrape.

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Fiona Apple Releasing New Album Fetch the Bolt Cutters This Month

Radio From Hell

01:18 min | 4 months ago

Fiona Apple Releasing New Album Fetch the Bolt Cutters This Month

"So I know you're all been waiting and and and and soon it will happen she promises that soon fetch the bolt cutters will be there for you to enjoy anybody anybody been waiting for fetch the bolt cutters no I don't know what that was yeah Fiona apple's new release her first release in eight years Fiona apple anybody got up off the floor and record a new album anybody some cheat sheet well it's taken her eight years to do it because it takes awhile to get up off the floor okay anyway I thought maybe people would be excited about fetch the bolt cutters new coming out I like the title yeah I mean it's better than her album title when the pawn and then it's like twenty three words after that there are no more about fuel nap yeah I do I don't know that well you don't know that title now it it is a twenty three word title that we're fall out boy got the idea for the song titles yeah all right anyway you're gonna make me look it up for yeah it's it's I think it's called it's when the pawn usually when they when they printed up when they write about it they just say when the pawn dot dot

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"fiona apple" Discussed on X96

X96

04:34 min | 5 months ago

"fiona apple" Discussed on X96

"Course has new music out tool put an album out last year Pearl Jam S. new music on the way but one of those bands I'm excited this year apple confirms I was finally finished No what a title or release date but the dealer Fiona apple gets new music or sometime this year you know I'm not sure yeah no exactly six in Korea Brian got more tool.

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"fiona apple" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"fiona apple" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"Plus type pray for joe so today's walk as a great one this has been a minute android and they didn't expect to be this all it's a guy you can go inside now it's okay it's a guy wanted to do a podcast with a vr vr vr longtime the file tell them all i wasn't going to share any of this stuff i shared with him today i wasn't gonna share any of that i had a telling him why i wanted to my podcast my initial idea was me and him four hundred dollars worth of wine because he's a one connoisseur and really tear through it and get into it he might be one of the most well read informed dudes i know other than joe blow the reads a reason their best friends is that um he's just he really is a fascinating guy i first saw the longtime you're telling the story of the podcast but first solve a long time ago in the in the whole widow hollywood improv and they steve vernon breaders told me david fiona apple and i was like for the boom i'm mine i don't think i've ever been able listen to field apple without thinking about brian gallon um but i tell them all this podcast it's a great podcast brian's kind of guy that i didn't know everything about his life i didn't know anything about his life i didn't know where he's from i was blown away to find out he was in like nine countries before his fourteen before he came back to the states would have boarding school i didn't know where he went to college i didn't know how he got into acting i knew he was on a tv but i didn't know what his journey was like in this business and we talk about all that we also then talk about ideas and the and the marriage of ideas and and oprah's so.

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