Official WonderSound instagram photo stream by PhotoPile.
The concert photography blog, Derek Brad Photography got some great shots of MNDR performing at The Trocadero in Philadelphia.
We recently found these amazing photos of Psychobuildings performing in JF & Son jumpsuits.
Psychobuildings press photos by Su-Ling Blois.
MNDR and WonderSound recently participated in the MINI Countryman Wanderlust series, a multi-regional event soliciting artists across the nation to create various one-of-a-kind adventures in non-traditional settings. On May 4th, local New York City guests were invited to drive upstate in their personal Mini Coopers to experience a unique audiovisual installation in the woods at sunset. WonderSound’s Peter Wade and Amanda Warner from MNDR, musician and video artist Greg Zifcak, and artists Rob Seward, Jamie Careirro, and 0thers contributed to the experience.
To read more about the event, click here.
On Friday April 15, MNDR played to a packed house at the Brooklyn Museum, the first show for the season’s Audiophile Series. Poised in the spacious, modern glass entrance atop a freshly built stage with her trademark light projections, MNDR’s set included a stripped down “I Go Away,” new single “Cut Me Out,” and a first-time performance of “Broken Hearts.” The audience enjoyed a complimentary vodka hour and an opening set by New Villager, engulfed in the captivating setting of art in its many forms.
Click below for a live video of the new song “Broken Hearts” from the show (Brooklyn Vegan has titled it “Cry”):
MNDR – Broken Hearts – New Song – Brooklyn Museum – 4/15/11 by brooklynvegan
Metromix New York posted a bunch of great pictures of MNDR and her new light show from her December 16th show with Neon Indian at Mercury Lounge.
See more photos on Metromix.
Brooklyn Vegan’s review of MNDR’s December 15 show with Neon Indian and Toro y Moi at the Mercury Lounge in NYC. This was the first performance with her new lightshow designed by collaborating artist Jamie Carreiro.
See more photos on Brooklyn Vegan.