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Short conversations about creative sustainability with working artists from Toronto and beyond. Hosted and produced by Anupa Mistry. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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BURN OUT #23: FT. SATE

Nov 4 • 51:10

"It’s crazy how much it’s still scary to stand out there by yourself." — SATE...

BURN OUT #22: FT. MATTHEW PROGRESS

Oct 21 • 37:55

"So many of my friends had pop star dreams and we're all at this age where we're building a life that can include our creative talents and passions in a sustainable way. It was sad for me for a bit, but now I'm ecstatic." — Matthew Progress...

BURN OUT #21: FT. KRIS HARPER

Oct 7 • 33:07

"We're all out here trying to act like individuals [but] there is something about the individual that takes everything away from the community. We have to be aware of that." — Kris Harper...

BURN OUT #20: FT. SARAH TAI BLACK

Sep 23 • 40:32

"People talk a lot about the political potential of film, but they don't talk about the harmful effects and what happens when that image and that sound reaches you in the audience." — Sarah-Tai Black...

Bonus: Burn Out Is A Dream State

Sep 9 • 05:26

The new episodes of Burn Out (coming soon!) are a response to the protests for justice and police abolition in the United States.... *and* a continuation of what Burn Out has always been: a place for artists to talk about resilience, survival, pleasure, and sustainability within systems of oppression and dysfunction. I just wanted to make that clear....

BONUS EPI

May 20 • 27:29

It's a BONUS episode. Ft. voicenotes from artist pals about making shit (or not) during isolation....

BURN OUT #018: FT. HALEY MLOTEK

Apr 21 • 33:26

"Any type of art, you sort of have to lock yourself up — just you and your brain — which can be scary. I do see the labor organizing and the wave of unions as a way for people to fight that. To be like, 'No, I'm not in this alone, it's not just me.' Giving up this idea that if you pull yourself up by your bootstraps, you'll get all the credit — because the credit is just n...

BURN OUT #016: FT. CASEY MQ

Mar 24 • 33:02

"I think I've realized that I'm a very committed person. I love music and in love of something it's not going to be perfect — because it can't be. Nothing can be just good. You have to have moments of it being frustrating, and like, 'Why isn't it giving me more? Or why isn't it giving me less? Or whatever you think you should have in it." — Casey MQ...

BURN OUT #015: FT. AUSTRA

Mar 10 • 29:38

"In music it's just 'easier' if you can also have, like, a modelling contract on the side — and that's the same with many other industries. Often, there's such a risk in investing in somebody that [labels] just need to check boxes... in order for [an artist] to be worthy of investment. I think if those ideas were [less narrow] then what people chose to invest in would be m...

BURN OUT #012: FT. GYIMAH GARIBA

Nov 1 • 37:15

Gyimah Gariba: instagram.com/gyimahg...

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