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Kasey Caminiti

Web Producer

Bio:

Kasey Caminiti is the Web Producer at DuJour. Before DuJour she was a copywriter and web producer at a travel company, an intern at Nickelodeon and at Cumulus Broadcasting. A self-proclaimed music junkie, she enjoys festivals and concerts on the weekends or snuggling with her Boston Terrier, Rufio. Follow her on Instagram at @aseykay.

Recent Work
  • Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors Interview

    Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors Interview

    The Nashville native reveals his love for California and Led Zeppelin

    Drew Holcomb’s newest album Souvenir is set to be released on March 24th and he says it is his most musical record to date. The Americana band Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors have been together for the past decade, allowing them to become super comfortable with each other on and ... More

  • Behind the Exhibit: The Power of Architecture

    Behind the Exhibit: The Power of Architecture

    Take a look at the works of Louis Kahn that will be on display at the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas

    American architect Louis I. Kahn (1901 – 1974) is celebrated as one of the greatest builders of the 20th century. Kahn is credited with creating works such as the Salk Institute in La Jolla, California (1959 – 65), the National Assembly Building in Dhaka, Bangladesh (1962 – 83) and the ... More

  • Glass Animals on How To Be A Human Being

    Glass Animals on How To Be A Human Being

    Lead vocalist Dave Bayley discusses the interactive elements of the new album and his favorite Beyoncé song

    The English indie-rock band Glass Animals is known for tackling obscure topics in their music and always keeping their listeners guessing with interpretive lyrics.   “The first album was very abstract. All the lyrics were pretty cryptic. I wanted this album to be way more raw and for the lyrics ... More

  • Meet Alt-Rockers The Griswolds

    Meet Alt-Rockers The Griswolds

    See what these Aussies had to say about their sophomore album, band names and Adele

    The Australian indie-rock band The Griswolds formed back in 2012 in Sydney, Australia and since then have supported bands such as Walk the Moon, Django Django and San Cisco. The four-piece band recorded their debut album Be Impressive in 2014 with producer Tony Hoffer (Fitz and The Tantrums, Arkells, ... More

  • Augustana Singer Dan Layus Is Back

    Augustana Singer Dan Layus Is Back

    See what the former frontman has to say about his solo album Dangerous Things

    You probably remember the Americana-rock band Augustana from the 2000s. The band released three studio albums and found great success with the hits “Boston” and “Sweet and Low.” After the group amicably disbanded, Dan Layus, the band’s lead vocalist and songwriter, continued performing. He eventually dropped the name Augustana and ... More

  • The Synth Rockers You Need to Know

    The Synth Rockers You Need to Know

    VHS Collection gets candid with DuJour about their most memorable performances and how they feel about Hamilton

    Selling out the iconic Bowery Ballroom in one of the biggest music meccas in the world, New York City, is no easy feat. For the three-piece band VHS Collection, they sold it out just a few short weeks after releasing their newest single “Wide Awake." The unsigned band consists of three ... More

  • The Sounds of Lisa Hannigan

    The Sounds of Lisa Hannigan

    The singer-songwriter from Dublin discusses her newest album At Swim and her favorite Irish tradition

    Lisa Hannigan  just finished the North American leg of her tour promoting her third album At Swim. She curls up on the sofa with a huge cup of tea and explains to me that she has a bit of time on her own before getting back on the road with ... More

  • Behind the Exhibit: Perpetual Revolution

    Behind the Exhibit: Perpetual Revolution

    Get an inside look at The Image and Social Change in New York City

    The International Center of Photography (ICP) in New York City opened its doors in 1974 in an effort to highlight photojournalism and the impact it has on a society. Since then, the ICP has continued to showcase powerful photography and videography that lives and breathes in today’s culture. ... More

  • A-List Cocktails Inspired by the 2017 Oscar Nominees

    A-List Cocktails Inspired by the 2017 Oscar Nominees

    These drinks are definitely winners

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  • Behind the Exhibit: Signs of Life

    Behind the Exhibit: Signs of Life

    A retro vinyl art installation in L.A. inspired by the culture of rock n’ roll and SoCal lifestyle

    The visual culture of rock and roll, the quintessential SoCal lifestyle and the iconic '60s music scene was artistically cultivated by various influencers. One in particular is John Van Hamersveld, the influential artist who created the legendary concert poster of Jimi Hendrix at L.A.’s Shrine Auditorium, the surf movie poster ... More