In the most recent episode of the ongoing podcast Song exploder, RAC discusses each layer and aspect of the song “Let Go” featuring Kele and MNDR.
MNDR got some love for their performance last week at TBD Fest in Sacramento from newsreview.com ”MNDR and two performance artists totally thrilled—or disturbed—their audience. They came out with masks that read, “Parental Advisory Explicit Content.” The dancers, known as FlucT from New York, thrashed their bodies across the stage, over one another, over amps and almost over the stage barrier. Their movements were suggestive, grotesque and mesmerizing. MNDR, too, was often bent over backwards, singing over indielectronica. ” Check out the entire TBD review here.
TBT of The TOKiMONSTA Ft. MNDR video for “Go With It” from last year. TOKiMONSTA and MNDR intoxicating us all!
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!
A little throwback of MNDR’s “#1 In Heaven” music video from 2012.
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.
Mad Decent’s LIZ has just released her first EP “Just Like You” (it’s a free download!) Be sure to check out the EP’s closer “Turn Around” penned by WonderSound’s Peter Wade.