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In Studio: MNDR

Friday, December 17, 2010

From her cameo appearance on super producer Mark Ronson's “Record Collection” to her behind the scenes work with the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, MNDR (aka Amanda Warner) has had a busy year. To round out 2010, she brings her experimental dance pop live to the Soundcheck studio.

Guests:

MNDR

Comments [9]

Lisa from Philladelphia, PA

MNDR is amazing. She doesn't pretend to be anything she's not... and she rocks live. If you didn't already know, now you do. I LOVE her voice on the three songs she performs here.
--Fade to Black
--I Go Away
--Sparrow

Jan. 04 2011 02:42 PM
finagle-d

She is nothing short of Awesome.
'I Go Away' is world class synth pop.
Go MNDR!

Dec. 18 2010 12:13 PM
Sugar

Checked her out. Does it all, write, records, produces & perform. Pop, jazz & classic and touches of all in her music with perfect pitch. Wrote top pop song in UK. Woman of the 2,000's. Competent, multi-talented and her own woman. Not bump and grind soft porn, and she is fun to dance to. What's left?

Dec. 17 2010 04:16 PM
a g from nj

i guess she don't do it for you guys.
hope i don't get stuck in an elevator with yousssss......ah....."hap-holly-d's"..to one and all.

Dec. 17 2010 02:58 PM
david

the longer i listen the more annoying this is getting

finally over thank god

Dec. 17 2010 02:47 PM
Ira from Brooklyn

I guess a pretty face doesn't mean a pretty voice.

Dec. 17 2010 02:47 PM

Are you sure this isn't Santigold?

With all due respect, I like both, but I think they owe Terry Bozzio/Missing Persons props, if not royalties.

Dec. 17 2010 02:46 PM
Gary from Upper Left Side

This chick needs Auto-Tune fast!!!

Dec. 17 2010 02:45 PM
a g from n j

sounds like bjork on the dance floor.....
i like it................

Dec. 17 2010 02:34 PM

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