After Florence and the Machine’s intimate gig at the iTunes Festival, Mark Ronson took to the decks to perform an exclusive set to a crowd of lucky ticket winners and VIP invitees. Ronson performed a lengthy two hour set that lasted well into the night, joking with the crowd that he was going to “play until seven in the morning.” Special guest New York electro singer, MNDR took to the stage with Ronson to perform his latest single ‘Bang Bang Bang.’ The packed, raucous crowd were treated to Ronson’s usual mash-ups of old school classics, an exclusive sneak-peek of new material set to debut in September with his third studio album, and the latest single by Amy Winehouse - a cover of Lesley Gore's 1963 song 'It's My Party'.
Phantom Planet singer, and ex-boyfriend of Agnyess Dean, Alex Greenwald also joined Ronson on stage to perform their remix of the Radiohead hit ‘Just.’ Greenwald surprised onlookers by crowd surfing into the packed venue of fans during the set. Party-goers were pleased to see a cheerful Ronson at ease, laughing and dancing behind the decks of his old haunt Proud Camden, after admitting to the crowd “it’s been a while since I’ve done this.”
photography by Dean Aladay: www.kingamongstmen.co.uk