Broken Record with Rick Rubin, Malcolm Gladwell, Bruce Headlam and Justin Richmond
From Rick Rubin, Malcolm Gladwell, Bruce Headlam, and Justin Richmond. The musicians you love talk about their life, inspiration, and craft. Then play. iHeartMedia is the exclusive podcast partner of Pushkin Industries.
Tim Ringgold • Tim Ringgold Blog • Oct 17, 2019
"Each episode, they interview someone completely unrelated to the artist the week before. Why is this unique? Because we typically follow and listen to music within a genre, or style. Broken Record ‘breaks’ that mold, and I am taken on a journey somewhere I never would have ended up on my own. One reason for that is that their collective clout (not ego) allows them access to some pretty epic scenes, and artists open up for them and perform for them in the most private, intimate spaces that you and I just don’t have access to. "
Anonymous • College Media Network • Mar 3, 2019
"This podcast will be the first one I’ll subscribe to because of the professionalism. A lot of podcasts I’ve heard from friends are two people bickering over a specific topic, making outlandish statements with no facts to support their hypothesis. But with Rubin, a successful producer, he provides insight on topics that a normal fan could not include."
Imran A. • Nov 11, 2020
"Love the band again. It was nice to hear Broken Record get to inspirations of their sound. Thai disco and world sounds having a huge influence of course. "
Imran A. • Jul 19, 2020
"She don't care what you think. She's Margo Price. I like it. Uncensored conversation about her college years, inspo, and jail time. In the beginning of the interview it felt a little off putting by her attitude, but if you know her and keep on listening, she grows on you and you understand who she is and the music that inspires her to share with the world. "
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