Singer/songwriter Alix Page made an immediate impression among many with her debut EP “Old News” in January this year. The self-written EP is described as “shaped by memories and fueled by passion”, which Page sings about his past relationships. Highlighted by tracks like “Radiohead” and “25,” the SoCal native found it easy to capture her emotions in song. The first is about the courage to face grief, as Page said. That the song “is proof that you can be completely over someone and then dream about them and fall back into feelings you didn’t know you still had. Around this time last year, I dreamed of me and an ex moving into an apartment and painting it together. We hadn’t spoken in months and I really hadn’t thought about it in a while, but it was so scary. Woke up confused and heard it all in my head before I even got out of bed; I wrote the first verse and the chorus right away. Music has been an integral part of Page’s life since he was young and the led her to attend a high school for the arts where she found a community of like-minded aspiring musicians who eventually exposed her to a wide range of music from Regina Spektor, Phoebe Bridgers and other singer-songwriters. During her studies, she perfected her presence on sc She has been performing throughout the school year and in 2020 she performed her own music live for the first time. Page recently cut his teeth in front of a live audience, having opened for British artist Alfie Templeman towards the end of 2021 and has just completed his opening tour for Gracie Abrams.

Alix Page recently spoke with B-Sides host Pete Mar about her musical journey, the confidence she gained from each live performance, how films inspire her to write songs and more.