This is not entirelyÂ up to dateÂ news, but on the 27th September Mark Ronson releases his new album Record Collection, this time releasing the albumÂ under the name Mark Ronson & the Business Intl. Ronson’s all star team of contributors includes Dave McCabe (The Zutons), Kyle Falconer (The View), Simon Le Bon (Duran Duran), Jake Shears (Scissor Sisters), Ghostface Killah (Wu-Tang Clan) and many more. This list of contributors seems a lot more on the pop/indie side of lifeÂ than his previous albums, especially 2003 offering Here Comes The Fuzz, which has a decidedly more hip hop feel.
In a brief bit of blurb taken from his website,Â there is a description as to how he got started with this project:
“In July 2009, Mark Ronson and his musician friends went into Dunham studios in Brooklyn […] Inspired by working with Duran Duran […] he brought with him some of the vintage keyboards he’d found on eBay. And they began playing. He and the other musicians would try their hand at different instruments “to stop anyone getting too comfortable”.