The Broken Cassette is an online magazine that was born in an 18-year-old misfit's bedroom in New Delhi, India. It strives to spark conversation about unpopular and controversial topics through the use of literature, art, and writing. It releases quarterly print publications featuring selected works that revolve around a particular theme unique to that issue.

TBC works to try and curate multiple points of view and encourages diversity and inclusivity. We want to showcase bold, new voices, giving writers and artists an opportunity to get their work the recognition it deserves.

Currently, TBC functions as an independent liberal arts magazine on a submission-based system. Along with the online and print publications, The Broken Cassette also runs a blog that features content free of cost and for the perusal of anyone with an internet connection.