WNDR is a talented man of few words, however, he let the music speak for itself. I chatted with the 26-year-old Norwegian producer about his new single “Let It Out”, and other basic things that are of special interest to certain electronic music fans. Check it out!
1 – Where are you right now?
Right now I’m currently in Oslo, Norway
2 – Can you tell us something surprising about your music project?
Something surprising… hmm, well I have a surprise and an announcement early next year, that I’m really excited about.
3 – If you had to explain your music to a stranger, what would you say?
I’ve would say it’s a genre-bending style of electronic music, with club music in the center of it all. So basically club music with my own twist.
4 – Why are you really excited about your new single “Let It Out”?
I’m excited about it because it’s the first real collaboration I’ve released. This is actually a track made bridging two different people, working in different genres.
5 – Did Jordan King write the lyrics?
Yes, he wrote the lyrics, while I was in his studio in London.
6 – Have you considered working with female singers in your upcoming singles?
Well, I have recorded a lot of tracks with both females and males, so make sure to look out for them coming soon. My next release might have a female vocalist.
7 – Do you believe all your songs can go into a radio-friendly playlist? Is your music purely commercial?
Hahaha, My music isn’t commercial at all where I’m from, but I’ve believed that it’s appealing in other places in the world. I really don’t see my music as commercial, but it could be definitely.
Best remix would be “Higher” By Lemaitre, I just like the overall track a lot. The energy in the track is something I really like.
9 – How do you take care of your frizzy hair?
Hahaha, my frizzy hair is taken care of by really good hairstylists, wouldn’t manage it without them!
10 – What music album changed your view on music?
Actually kinda embarrassed to say, but I don’t listen to a lot of albums. But one album I really like, because of the story behind it, is “Everything” by Lido.