Boston producer/DJ Durkin’s latest Live A Little release channels 80s disco boogie vibes with the mysterious Antenna King on “No Help.” B-side bop “Washed” featuring First Year Project takes us back to the future for even more feel good dance music with a classic Fool’s Gold spin. Listen Now!
Durkin reteams with Maka Oceania for the house bounce of “Walkathon,” the latest drop from his Live A Little series and an anthem for digital divas worldwide. It’s paired with the whispery stepper “Thirty Three,” where longtime collaborator Black El takes the project’s rest and relaxation ethos to absurd lyrical levels. “Are you stressed? You should listen to Pusha T, sipping tea.” Listen Now!
Durkin celebrates classic hip-house vibes (and literal chilling) with Latrell James on “Freon,” the first taste of his Live A Little project (backed with bird noise banger “Excuse Me” on the b-side). Stay tuned for future Durkin drops as the Boston-based DJ/producer continues to refine his feel good signature with a series of Live A Little releases on Fool’s Gold. Listen Now!