“Growing up, the people you hang around, things you do, decisions you make are all life changing experiences. It’s more about how you react and maneuver as a human being on this earth and I feel blessed to just be myself.”
For someone with such an established track record, Cambridge-based producer Durkin has little interest in looking back.
Toronto’s Great Lake Swimmers have epitomized the indie folk of the new millennium, despite being a less significant blip than some its musical kinfolk on the music press’s radar.
“This is totally where I want to be, but I don’t know where it is going to go.”
I believe we aren’t brave enough, I believe we aren’t screaming at the top of our lungs, I believe we don’t have the courage to say "That’s stupid."
"I try not to center too much on what a specific scene is doing, because it’s all about the Internet for me now."
The Fagettes has changed thier name to The Barbazons, and with any luck, the members won’t have to keep talking about it much longer.
Celebrity endorsements aside, Dupuis and the band seem poised for a big summer.
New "Strange Brew 5" mix features 39 tracks of eclectic party music, plus its own signature drink.