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Kasey Caminiti

Senior Digital Editor


Kasey is the Senior Digital Editor 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
  • How to Spread Love at Lollapalooza

    How to Spread Love at Lollapalooza

    How Tito’s Handmade Vodka will donate up to $10,000 to help veterans across the globe

    With more and more music festivals incorporating philanthropy into their programming, the power of the platform to spread positive vibes is growing every year. From Firefly fundraising for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital to Coachella implementing sustainability initiatives like an "energy playground" and a recycling store, festivals are rocking out while ... More

  • Prince Fox Features Bella Thorne on “Just Call”

    Prince Fox Features Bella Thorne on “Just Call”

    The former Disney star and new star of Freeform's Famous in Love has returned to music

    Bella Thorne is draped over a couch at the DuJour offices. She’s all legs and decked out in what can only be described as a sartorial tribute to electronic dance music. I catch myself several times ogling her quirky fishnet stockings embellished with sequins and glitter. ... More

  • Drink DuJour: Bama Breeze

    Drink DuJour: Bama Breeze

    Yes, this cocktail was inspired by a Jimmy Buffett tune

    The renowned restaurateur, chef and cookbook author Lucy Buffett also happens to be the sister of the legendary Parrothead, Jimmy Buffett. Along the Gulf Shores of Alabama you can find her cooking up classic Buffett family recipes and mixing some of the most refreshing libations that will have you feeling ... More

  • Behind the Exhibit: Morpho’s Nest in the Cadmium House

    Behind the Exhibit: Morpho’s Nest in the Cadmium House

    An outdoor painting display along New York City's Park Avenue depicts a purer place

    Summertime in New York City can be brutally hot and overwhelmingly packed with bodies. But a five-painting series by Spanish artist Lluís Lleó along the Park Avenue Malls between 52nd and 56th Streets offers a bit of solace. The paintings, displayed on huge Catalonian sandstone slabs, depict a calming ... More

  • The D∆WN of Reinvention

    The D∆WN of Reinvention

    A former member of P. Diddy's Danity Kane has emerged as a solo artist with a sound of her own

    Let’s go back to 2005--the early days of reality television--when P.Diddy introduced the world to Making the Band and the resulting girl-group, Danity Kane. With two Top 10 singles and a platinum-certified album, the foursome erupted onto the music scene and were destined to be an immediate commercial hit. Yet ... More

  • The Revivalists Are Rock and Roll

    The Revivalists Are Rock and Roll

    From a Prince tribute to giving their shows all they've got (even blood), this band leaves it all on stage

    “We’re like this seven-headed beast roaming around America,” frontman of the explosive jam band The Revivalists David Shaw tells me. Shaw has a slow, southern drawl that charms me immediately. He's meticulous with his responses, allowing himself all the time in the world to conjure up the perfect retort. The typical ... More

  • Drink DuJour: Paloma Cocktail

    Drink DuJour: Paloma Cocktail

    Toast to National Tequila Day with a refreshing cocktail at this rooftop grill in Long Island City

    If you're looking for a ... More

  • Why Steve Aoki Cakes His Crowds

    Why Steve Aoki Cakes His Crowds

    The EDM sensation cakes, jumps, soaks and on his new album Kolony, he gets "Lit" with T-Pain

    I assumed that Steve Aoki would travel with an entourage in tow. He’s arguably one of the most epic performers in electronic dance music at the moment, offering heart-thumping beats and hours of euphoric thrills for his hardcore fans. What I didn’t expect was for him to request ... More

  • We Are All Frankie Cosmos

    We Are All Frankie Cosmos

    Lead singer of indie band Frankie Cosmos spoke about her inclusive performances and her recent social media cleanse

    When I meet Greta Kline, the lead singer of indie-pop band Frankie Cosmos, outside of the entrance to Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago, she’s digging around in her backpack only to reveal a worn-in bucket hat. She sheepishly covers a shaved head--a look not many people ... More

  • RAC is Spinning Gold

    RAC is Spinning Gold

    How André Allen Anjos has evolved from producing music in his dorm to winning a Grammy

    When Portugal-born, Illinois-raised André Allen Anjos started out in the music industry, it wasn’t a hugely successful endeavor right away. “I sent out tons of letters and emails to labels and recording studios,” the 2017 Grammy-winning producer known as RAC says of his humble beginnings. “I got zero ... More