32-year-old Oslo-born and-based DJ and electronic music producer WNDR is a grizzled, industry vet, with over two decades of work, and a hard-won reputation for himself in the Norwegian capital’s club scene. Along with that, he has achieved commercial success across both Europe and Scandinavia: His debut single “Medicine,” which has amassed over five million streams went platinum in Norway. “Human,” was playlisted on NRK MP3s playlist. WNDR’s remix of Lemaitre’s “Higher” was playlisted on Kiss FM Norway, received airplay on SirusXM and caught the attention of renowned DJ Martin Garrix. Additionally, the Norwegian producer and DJ has had material land on the Top 10 Charts in both the UK and Ireland — and as a result, he has toured heavily across Europe.
WNDR’s latest single “Falling Down” was released through Icons Creating Evil Art last week. Built around glistening synth oscillations, skittering staccato beats, a deep bass line and a soulful and yearning female vocal sample, “Falling Down” is a brooding yet sultry banger that’s simultaneously club and lounge friendly.
“’Falling Down’ is one of my darker tracks,” WNDR says. “I’ve been experimenting with sound choices to give my sets a more dynamic feel. With this one I think my followers will be positively surprised, that’s what I’m hoping for at least. . . ”