Mark Ronson & the Business will release Record Collection this fall, and frankly we can't wait until we can listen to it every day—it's filled with FADER faves including Pill, D'Angelo (!), Ghostface and Wiley, and every track is the kind of forever-anthem we'll be still be humming absentmindedly when we're 60. Case in point: "Bang Bang Bang," which features one of our favorite people—quirky bespectacled chanteuse/technowizard Amanda Warner aka MNDR, who is incredibly talented and will hopefully glean gobs of Lady Gaga-levels of fame off this track. Set to be the first single from Record Collection, Ronson debuted "Bang Bang Bang" on Zane Lowe's Radio 1 show yesterday, and someone was kind enough to rip it. Look for a video soon—they filmed in Los Angeles a couple of weeks ago, and according to MNDR's tweets it was "truly outrageous," which hopefully means she'll be gussied up in Jem pink, wearing magical synergistic earrings (feel free to ignore that reference if you are not an American girl who had a television in the late 1980s).
Photographer John Francis Peters
May 25, 2010