Mint Julep and the Masters

By DAVID DAY  |  July 10, 2007

“I was heavily influenced by guys like the Chemical Brothers, Fatboy Slim, and the Avalanches when I first starting making music around age 14,” says Boston’s newest beatmaker, RYAN DURKIN. “I got into hip-hop in an ass-backwards way.” Off recent efforts with ANONYMOUS and JAWN P., Durkin is now in the studio with JELANI DAY. “The tracks that are finished came out beautifully,” he says via MySpace.

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