MNDR’s latest feature “I Could Always” is with modern-meets-90’s nu-disco producer Le Youth.  Lyric video below or stream/buy it anywhere.


We recently worked with Indaba Music to run a #remixcontest and we’re excited to announce the winner is the UK’s Martin Sharp! Big shout out to our runners-up Zefir (Poland), Plus Beat’Z (Brazil) and Sonic Emblem (Japan) who’s remixes are beautifully diverse, dancefloor and boogie ready, and you can pre-order them now (just in time to gift to your favorite SWERLK partner!) Give a little, get a little.

These remixes wanna shimmy into your life, go get them before the ball drops so you can #SWERLK your way into the new year.

Don’t forget MNDR, Scissor Sisters and WonderSound are donating all profits from record sales and streams to Contigo Fund! More info at SWERLK!

It’s been a busy summer for WonderSound artist MNDR. Aside from writing the hit song “All Stars” for Martin Solveig and Alma she’s also featured on singles from three amazing new albums from TOKiMONSTA, RAC and Oliver. Check them out below and on MNDR’s Spotify Playlist!

TOKiMONSTA “We Love (feat. MNDR)”

RAC “Unusual (feat. MNDR)”

Oliver “Chemicals (feat. MNDR)” and “Falling Back (feat. MNDR)”

What do you get when you twerk and you twirl and you werk and you swerve and you swirl?


Scissor Sisters and MNDR, along with the rest of the world, were deeply affected by the PULSE nightclub shooting in Orlando, FL.

It wasn’t just an attack on the LGBTQ community, but on one of its sacred spaces: the dance floor. On the one-year anniversary of the shooting, the two artists are teaming up not just to ensure violence against the gay community is still part of the national dialog, but to take back the dance floor.

SWERLK celebrates individuality, diversity, freedom, and fierceness. Scissor Sisters, MNDR and WonderSound are donating 100% of record sales and encouraging donations to the Contigo Fund, which emerged from the Pulse tragedy and offers financial support to organizations working to heal, educate and empower LGBTQ and Latinx individuals, immigrants and people of color, as well as those working to end all forms of bigotry in Central Florida.

You can donate directly to the Contigo Fund and receive a copy of SWERLK on the SWERLK website.




verb, noun, adjective, adverb, pronoun, swerlk-ing, swerlk-y, swerlk-iness.

  1. what do you get when you twerk and you twirl and you work and you swerve and you swirl?

  2. the act of swerlking

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