It started by making mixtapes for girls. When I was in high school—this is back in the days when you had tape players and boom boxes and very little else, really, at your disposal—I’d take boom boxes and play stuff into each one and cut and paste these mixes together, and I was even sampling movies. Weird movies, too, like The Survivors (with Robin Williams and Walter Matthau, which for some reason I found incredibly funny). I’d put these things from movies in as bumpers between songs. I’d take the film dialogue and the songs and make these mixtapes for girls. The thing about a mixtape is that it’s a way of letting someone else’s creativity speak those feelings for you… — Thomas Golubic April 21, 2012 by Jeremy Sroka in Quotes I think if my job was picking music for cool shows / movies I would be a pretty happy duck. Where does one apply?