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Produced and hosted by two self-professed music nerds, this.broken.mixtape is an interview-based podcast that explores how music can play a vital and meaningful role in our lives.

Every episode, Justin Lee and Jeff Woo interview exciting personalities from all walks of life, including musicians, artists, writers, comedians, chefs and entrepreneurs.

Guests recount their personal relationship with music and the memorable events that have become synonymous with specific songs, albums and artists.

So get ready to pop in that mixtape, hit rewind, and press play on the soundtrack to your life.

This Broken Mixtape Justin Lee and Jeff Woo

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Produced and hosted by two self-professed music nerds, this.broken.mixtape is an interview-based podcast that explores how music can play a vital and meaningful role in our lives.

Every episode, Justin Lee and Jeff Woo interview exciting personalities from all walks of life, including musicians, artists, writers, comedians, chefs and entrepreneurs.

Guests recount their personal relationship with music and the memorable events that have become synonymous with specific songs, albums and artists.

So get ready to pop in that mixtape, hit rewind, and press play on the soundtrack to your life.

    S5E02 - Ezra Furman (Punk Rock Artist)

    S5E02 - Ezra Furman (Punk Rock Artist)

    Chicago-based singer-songwriter Ezra Furman has spent more than a decade making honest and intelligent punk rock music.

    On the heels of soundtracking two seasons of the popular Netflix series Sex Education, she's back with her eighth album entitled Twelve Nudes.

    We talk to Ezra about the new album's self-assured lyricism, how she recently came out as transgender, and the enormous impact of discovering Lou Reed and The Velvet Underground at 15.

    • 41 min
    S5E01 - Alex Cameron (Indie Rock Artist)

    S5E01 - Alex Cameron (Indie Rock Artist)

    Australian indie rock singer-songwriter Alex Cameron hails from New York by way of Sydney.

    Though some critics have compared his songwriting and music to Bowie and Nick Cave, Alex himself says he's most influenced by Roy Orbison.

    We talk to Alex about his third album Miami Memory, his personal and creative relationship with actress Jemima Kirke (Girls), and collaborating with The Killers frontman Brandon Flowers.

    • 30 min
    S4E12 - Pallas Athene (Experimental Electronic Pop)

    S4E12 - Pallas Athene (Experimental Electronic Pop)

    project that features lo-fi dream vocals and minimalistic beats.

    As one-half of indie art-rock duo Lilla Drömland, Pallas Athene explores the theme of man vs machine in an increasingly dystopian world.

    We talk to Breanna about her new self-titled EP; meeting her musical hero, Massive Attack's 3D; and being the musical black sheep of her family.

    • 41 min
    S4E11: The Flyer Vault (Daniel Tate & Rob Bowman)

    S4E11: The Flyer Vault (Daniel Tate & Rob Bowman)

    After archiving hundreds of Toronto concert flyers on Instagram, Daniel Tate enlisted Rob Bowman to help him expand the project into a comprehensive book.

    Published by Dundurn Press, "The Flyer Vault: 150 Years of Toronto Concert History" is a fascinating exploration of the city's most seminal live music shows.

    We talk to Daniel and Rob about some of their most memorable concerts, Toronto's dark history of racist minstrel shows, and convincing Rush's Geddy Lee to write the book's foreword.

    • 53 min
    S4E10 - M.I.N.D. (Hip-Hop/Punk Band)

    S4E10 - M.I.N.D. (Hip-Hop/Punk Band)

    Toronto lo-fi, hip-hop/punk band M.I.N.D. conjures the sounds of early N.E.R.D., Rage Against The Machine, and the Beastie Boys.

    Tweens Mazin (vocals), Oscar (drums), and Wolf (keyboard) formed the band four years ago after meeting at an alternative elementary school.

    We talk to the boys about their disparate musical influences, their debut EP Fire, and how sometimes parents just don't understand.

    • 39 min
    S4E09 - Richard Marsella (Friendly Rich, RPSM Director)

    S4E09 - Richard Marsella (Friendly Rich, RPSM Director)

    As the executive director of Regent Park School of Music, as well as the man behind experimental pop project Friendly Rich and Industry Tactics podcast, Richard Marsella wears many hats.

    He's set to release his 11th studio album with accompanying music video, which will premiere at Friendly Rich's Indie Arts Festival on November 2nd.

    We talk to Richard about RPSM students being sampled on the new Taylor Swift album, his DIY approach to music videos, and t seeing Billy Idol live as a young child.

    • 34 min

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