One of my favourite local singer-songwriters, Jacob Brodovsky, is back on the show.
We talked about his upcoming full-length — the first after a series of EPs — creativity during the pandemic, mixing humour and sadness in the same song, and so much more.
Hear a track from the upcoming record right here on this episode! Hot damn!
Want more Jacob Brodovsky? Hear him on episode #371 from April 2019 and episode #314 (Sept. 2018) as a member of Kakagi.
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