Check out the RAC ft. Kele and MNDR video for “Let Go” from last year. We’re still holding on to the last bits of summer using “Let Go” as our soundtrack!
MNDR at WonderSound Records
A little throwback of MNDR’s “#1 In Heaven” music video from 2012.
If you like Massive Attack, you’re going to love MNDR’s new remix for Living Days “Thrill Anybody”! You can read more about it on SPIN…
J-pop heroes M-Flo have tapped MNDR for the 2nd official MNDR release in Japan. “Young & Restless” is track #7 on M-Flo’s “Future is Wow” album out today! The CD packaging features an album cover that changes at night. (Think glow in the dark.) The night version can be seen below.
Kylie’s new album “Kiss Me Once” is out today and be sure to check track 8, “Les Sex”. Track produced by JD Walker, vocal produced by Peter Wade, written by Amanda MNDR Warner and Peter Wade.
Check out the new video for Japan’s E-Girls’ “Rydeen” featuring a guest appearance (vocal only) from WonderSound’s very own MNDR. The song is a cover of the classic Yellow Magic Orchestra tune of the same name. You may recognize some parallels here, as Mark Ronson’s “Bang Bang Bang” video referenced the original “Rydeen” for it’s visuals. Now that we’ve come full circle, you can watch all three videos below.
MNDR will be DJing Wednesday Dec 4th at Honeycut in downtown LA. Drinks start at 8PM, dancing at 10. Honeycut has an amazing disco dance floor and great drinks! The event is sponsored by Nasty Gal and is the first of three DJ nights featuring MNDR Wednesday nights in Dec. (4th, 11th, & 18th)
Come celebrate the holidays with MNDR and crew and GO. ALL. OUT.
MNDR Feed Me Friday / Cyber Mandy holiday merchandise sale! Get 15% off all MNDR merchandise on the site using the discount code feedmefriday. Sale ends Monday night at midnight!
RAC’s “Let Go” featuring MNDR and Kele has gotten another remix treatment this time from NYC’s Holy Ghost!. In fact, “Let Go” has gotten FIVE remixes which are now available as a complete remix EP with “Let Go” remixes from Krystal Klear, Holy Ghost!, Cherry Cherry Boom Boom, Robert DeLong, and Sir Sly.