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To some, the summer festival experience is all about embracing the grime and roughing out the elements for the weekend. But that couldn’t be further from the case for Derek van Bakergem and company, who will be bringing the fourth sparkling rendition of Pinknic, New York’s refreshing rosé-themed lifestyle and music festival, to Randall’s Island this weekend, July 19-20.
Waterfront views, food gardens of New York’s tastiest bites, and of course, rosé (or frosé, your choice), are all part of the Pinknic package, but the festival, which suggests a chic pink and white dress code, is also slinging some serious musical firepower this year. Talent like Mark Ronson, Breakbot, and Chromeo is enough to turn the heads of those inclined towards just the music festival aspect while still driving home Pinknic’s light-spirited summer sway.
Tickets to the festival can be found here.
Ever-present superstar producer Mark Ronson recently gathered quite the group of starlets to round out his album of self-described “sad bangers,” Late Night Feelings. From Miley Cyrus to Lykke Li, King Princess to Angel Olsen(!), Ronson undeniably brought an eclectic spread of talent to bat for this project. More »
You may not recognize Mark Ronson, but you’d definitely recognize at least one of the countless hits he’s worked on in the past 10 years. He began as a socialite DJ back in the ’90s, a New York cool kid who went from spinning at hip-hop clubs to high-fashion parties. Born in London in 1975, … More »
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Mark Ronson‘s approaching a renewed climb in his career as of late. His latest album Late Night Feelings is a culmination of these milestones, which include forming Silk City with Diplo, a contribution to the Crazy Rich Asians soundtrack, and continued writing alongside acclaimed pop stars. The LP is star-studded, and his collaborative singles with Miley Cyrus in “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart,” Camila Cabello in “Find U Again” helped generate buzz for the project ahead of time.
Far more lies in store for this disco/popa fusion; it’s title track of course plays with the heartstrings, thanks in part to Lykke Li, as do “Pieces Of Us” with King Princess and additional Lykke Li collaboration “2AM.” The retro elements are nicely fused into more contemporary soundscapes, and overall Late Night Feelings is an accurate title.
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One of the most intriguing entries on the tracklist for Late Night Feelings, Mark Ronson’s new album of “sad bangers,” was “True Blue,” a collaboration with soulful retro indie rock queen Angel Olsen. Ronson and Olsen teased the song two months ago, but they’ve kept it hidden up until the album’s release. Well, … More »
Mark Ronson’s guest-heavy new album, Late Night Feelings, is out at the end of the week. So far, we’ve heard the title track (featuring Lykke Li), “Don’t Leave Me Lonely” (featuring YEBBA), ” and “Find U Again” (featuring Camila Cabello). Today, the producer is sharing another new song, “Pieces … More »
Closing track “Ever Again” may be the best song on Robyn’s glorious 2018 comeback album Honey — one of our very favorite albums of last year — and today it gets a music video. Robyn worked with with director Colin Solal Cardo and choreographer Maria “Decida” Wahlberg on the video, which … More »