Do you love discovering new music? Are you interested in intersectional feminism and today’s issues facing women, queer, and femme people? Join Izzy each week as she interviews guests ranging from DIY musicians to established bands about the challenges of navigating the music world as women and femme people today and how each guest is fighting for a more hopeful and inclusive future. We discuss the music that inspires them, their songwriting process, everyday lives, and more.


BONUS: Revisiting 'Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist' with Mia Day Sounding Out with Izzy: A Grrrl's Two Sound Cents Podcast

Today, I am taking some time off while I recover from a recent illness and continue to sift through edits for the Season 4 Finale of the podcast. In the meantime, enjoy this bonus episode from my Patreon film review series where I review 'Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist' with special guest Mia Day. ✨ MORE ABOUT MIA DAY ✨Inspired by the vivid imagery crafted by  Benjamin Gibbard and Leonard Cohen, as well as the writers heartbeat of Taylor Swift, Mia Day has claimed a songwriting style that embraces the weight that small moments carry. A record store junkie, over-thinker, [and] Seattle native that grew up under the endless grey sky, Mia's music turns inward with the harsh vulnerability that comes with spending a lot of one's teenage years alone. Her voice is a strong spirit that marries unconventionality with beauty, softness with a demand to be listened to. At the age of 20 years old, she has released a full length album, "Gold," as well as two E.P's known as "Years" and "Lone Rider." Her music has been played on 90.3 KEXP radio, Rainy Dawg Radio, Chapman Radio, 107.3 KBFG, and at 18 was named one of Sub Pop Records "Best of the Pacific Northwest" on Spotify.  ✨ KEEP UP TO DATE WITH MIA DAY ✨Web:✨ CONNECT WITH IZZY ✨YouTube: https://agrrrlstwosoundcents.comInstagram:
  1. BONUS: Revisiting 'Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist' with Mia Day
  2. Breaking Down Barriers with Xylo Aria (Music Production for Women)
  3. Peering at Satellites with Hannah Judson
  4. A Thoroughly Tipsy Review of 'Meet Me In The Bathroom' with Hollye Bynum
  5. Screaming in a Room Full of Hushed Voices with Xondra


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