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MNDR

Feed Me Diamonds

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August 14, 2012

MNDR's debut is a sweaty workout that mixes chilly electro moves with the kind of joyous beats that soundtracked summertime in the 1980s. Amanda Warner veers between aerobic bounce and sang-froid remove; the sumptuous "Fall in Love With the Enemy" sounds like prime Robyn, and the title track is a shimmery ballad pegged to an image of shredded insides.

Listen to "#1 in Heaven":

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