Entries in Mark Ronson (48)
Thought we were done with Mark Ronson since his new album is streaming? Not by a long shot. Check out the strange remix of "The Bike Song" with Kyle Falconer and Spank Rock done by Major Lazer.
When the day couldn't get any better, BAM! A full stream of Mark Ronson's new amazing album Record Collection drops courtesy of Myspace. Check the tracklisting below featuring many SKOA favorites. Enjoy!
1. “Bang Bang Bang” (feat. Q-Tip & MNDR)
2. “Lose It (In The End)” (feat. Ghostface Killah & Alex Greenwald)
3. “The Bike Song” (feat. Kyle Falconer & Spank Rock)
4. “Somebody To Love Me” (feat. Boy George & Andrew Wyatt)
5. “You Gave Me Nothing” (feat. Rose Elinor Dougall & Andrew Wyatt)
6. “The Colour Of Crumar”
7. “Glass Mountain Trust” (feat. D’Angelo)
8. “Circuit Breaker”
9. “Introducing The Business” (feat. Pill & London Gay Men’s Chorus)
10. “Record Collection” (feat. Wiley & Simon Le Bon)
12. “Hey Boy” (feat. Rose Elinor Dougall & Theophilus London)
13. “Missing Words”
14. “The Night Last Night” (feat. Rose Elinor Dougall & Alex Greenwald)
[Listen] Mark Ronson Enlists Boy George and Duran Duran On Songs, "Somebody To Love Me" & "Record Collection"
You saw the video of Mark Ron and The Business INTL performing their new classic "Somebody To Love Me" with Boy George, Andrew Wyatt and MNDR but now you can take a listen to album version of the track below. But if that wasn't enough Ronson enlisted Duran Duran's Simon Le Bon along with Wiley for the title track "Record Collection", which is another certified banger.
Most of you know that Ronson is currently co-producing Duran Duran's upcoming album, which is something many fans of Ronson and Duran Duran are looking forward to. Record Collection drops next Tuesday and if these tracks aren't enough to get you to support and preorder this amazing album, then you don't know good music. JK Seriously though, preorder the album here. (iTunes)
[Watch] Mark Ronson & The Business INTL - "Somebody To Love Me" w/Boy George, Andrew Wyatt and MNDR (Later Live With... Jools Holland)
Mark Ronson and friends perform a new jam "Somebody To Love Me" off Ronson's upcoming release Record Collections for Jools Holland's 250th episode of Later Live With... Jools Holland. Definitely digging this track and everything heard from this album so far. Record Collection drops on September 27th, preorder your copy here (iTunes).
[Watch] Mark Ronson & The Business Intl - "The Bike Song" (Feat. Kyle Falconer and Spank Rock) (Video)
Check out the new video of Mark Ronson and company's latest single "The Bike Song" featuring Kyle Falconer and Spank Rock. The video continues right after from where "Bang, Bang, Bang" left off and features ridiculous hairstyles and night rider-esque themes (except with bikes). Check it out above and make sure you grab Record Collection when it drops September 28 [US] and September 27 [UK].
[Download] Ok Go - "White Knuckles (Boys Like Us Remix) & (Sam Sparro Remix) "This Too Shall Pass (Ra Ra Riot Remix)"
Here's a fun little treat for you! There's an Ok Go promo disc floating around called Twelve Remixes Of Four Songs and because we love you guys we're going to toss a few of the remixes your way.
Two remixes are of "White Knuckles", one from Boys Like Us (aka Rostam Batmanglij of Vampire Weekend fame) and the other is from the well loved Sam Sparro, who is currently working with Theophilus London and Mark Ronson on a project called Chauffeur. The other track, "This Too Shall Pass" was remixed by Ra Ra Riot, whose album The Orchard drops tomorrow.
We debuted a radio rip of this jammy jam a couple of weeks ago along with the other Record Collection track "Hey Boy" featuring Theophilus London and Rose Elinor Dougall when Ronson debuted them on his radio show Authentic Shit. Now Stereogum has brought the CDQ version of the new single "The Bike Song" featuring Kyle Falconer and Spank Rock.
So far we've been able to bring you 5 of the tracks off the album ("Circuit Breaker", "Bang, Bang, Bang", "Lose It (In The End)", "Hey Boy" and "The Bike Song") and from what we heard so far, Record Collection is sounding like a very solid effort by Mark Ronson and crew.