This is the first single from Rufus Wainright’s new Mark Ronson-produced album, Out Of The Game. It’s his seventh studio album and comes after a dramatic few years which saw the birth of his daughter, Viva; the death of his mother, singer/songwriter Kate McGarrigle; and his engagement to partner Jorn Weisbrodt. [click here to hear the new single]
The Crystal Method have just released the video of their recent collaboration with R&B legend Martha Reeves. The clip merges footage from The Crystal Method’s recent touring with behind the scenes film for the RE:GENERATION documentary with Reeves in Detroit.
Hip hop legend, DJ Premier went back to school recently: music school that is. Premier is one of the featured present day DJs/Producers in the upcoming RE:GENERATION music documentary directed by Amir Bar Lev (The Pat Tillman Story, My Child Can Paint That) and commissioned by Hyundai Veloster.
We are blown away by the startling realism in the Musician Portraits series, a collection of 22 paintings by figurative artist Joe Simpson, including Brandon Flowers, Mark Ronson, Scroobius Pip, and Maxi Jazz. The exhibition will be on display in the converted library at 16/17 Greek Street, Soho, London, for two weeks from October 14.
When the Black Lips set off to record their latest studio album, they decided to try something new — working with a professional producer for a change. Though the album will be the band’s sixth studio album to date, they’ve always chosen to produce themselves. Surprisingly, pop wunderkind Mark Ronson topped their wish list of [...]
This clip for the second single of Mark Ronson’s highly anticipated new album, Record Collection, due for release on September 27, is the perfect backdrop to the catchy beats of The Bike Song.
More often than not, internet-only hip hop mix tapes are released by wannabe rappers whose lyrics and delivery are derivative and uninspired, and who’ll never get enough weight behind them for a full length release. 24 year-old Washington MC Wale Folarin is different. Mixed by one of New York’s best hip hop DJs, Nick Catchdubs, and produced by 9th Wonder and Mark Ronson (who signed Wale in 2007 to his Allido label), his latest offering Back To The Feature solidifies Wale as a confident, engaging lyricist with a true talent for cross-genre appropriations.