Mndsgn

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Mndsgn
Birth nameRinggo Ancheta
BornSan Diego, California
OriginLos Angeles, California
GenresHip hop electronic experimental
Occupation(s)Producer
  • Singer
  • songwriter
Years active2009–present
Labels
Associated acts
  • Knxwledge
  • Vivians
  • The Koreatown Oddity
  • Joyce Wrice
  • Swarvy
  • Ivan Ave

Ringgo Ancheta, better known by his stage name Mndsgn (pronounced "mind design"[1]), is an American hip hop producer of Filipino descent.[2] Born in San Diego and raised in New Jersey, he resides in Los Angeles, California.[2] In 2013, Mndsgn collaborated with Danny Brown on "Sweeney Song," which appeared on Classic Drug References Vol. 1.[3] In 2014, he released his Stones Throw Records debut, Yawn Zen.[4]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums
  • Breatharian (2013, Fresh Selects)
  • Yawn Zen (2014, Stones Throw Records)
  • Body Wash (2016, Stones Throw Records)
  • Snax (June 4th 2018, Stones Throw Records)
Compilation albums
  • Funraiser Vol. 2: Skrayons (2009, Klipmode)
  • Episodes (2010, Klipmode) (with Devonwho)
  • A Rap Vacation X-Mas (2013) (with Ahwlee)
Mixtapes
  • Frugal Earth (2013)
  • Frugal Earth Vol. Two (2013, Fresh Selects)
EPs
  • 3P (2009)
  • Lights & Tunnels (2009, Record Breakin' Music)
  • Statik Mumblin (2011)
  • No Maps (2011)
  • Daypass (2011)
  • Feels (2012)
  • Oblique Kitchn (2012)
  • Bed (2013)
  • Inedia (2014, Fresh Selects)
  • Surface Outtakes (2014, Leaving Records)
Singles
  • "Flybutter" (2010)
  • "Walter Rand Center Of Transportation" (2010)
  • "Cold Crush" (2016, Fresh Selects) (with Kirkis)
Guest appearances
  • Devonwho - "Spaghettiisland" from Funraiser Vol. 1: Thumbtracks (2009)
  • Jonwayne - "Featuring Mndsgn" from Bowser (2011)
  • Sir Froderick - "Dodooonshoe Pt. 7" from Reconnecting! (2011)
  • Sir Froderick - "Cilantro" from The Brief Wondrous (2012)
  • Sir Froderick - "After" from Consolidate (2013)
  • Swarvy - "Pebbles", "Tooth", and "Sigh" from Trillian (2012)
  • Jonwayne - "Neckbrokeblues" from Oodles of Doodles (2012)
  • Jonwayne - "Sandals" from Rap Album One (2013)
  • Johnah Levine Collective - "Zootcase" from Attention Deficit (2017)
  • Asal Hazel - "u say u do" [Like Waterteaser track] (2018)
  • Asal Hazel - "Make Love" from Like Water (2018)
  • Asal Hazel - "UTMT" from Like Water (2018)
  • Asal Hazel - "Royal" from Like Water (2018)
  • Asal Hazel - "Rehearsalhazel_mnd_tape1" (2018)
Productions
  • Ill Camille - "Almost There" from Heirloom (2017, Jakarta Records)
  • Suzi Analogue - "Son" from World. Excerpts 1–9 (2009)
  • Suzi Analogue - "Quarter Inches (Brain Waverlude)" from Nnxtape (2010)
  • Danny Brown - "Sweeney Song" from Classic Drug References, Vol. 1 (2013, Classic Drug References)
  • Jonwayne - "Altitude" from Cassette 3: The Marion Morrison Mixtape (2013)
  • Ivan Ave - Low Jams (2014)
  • Doja Cat - "Nunchucks" from Purrr! (2014)
  • Pyramid Vritra "224" from PV4 (2015, NRK / The Order Label)
  • Ivan Ave - Helping Hands (2016)
  • Quelle Chris - "Popeye" from Being You Is Great, I Wish I Could Be You More Often (2017)
  • Asal Hazel - "u say u do" [Like Water - teaser track] (2017)
  • Asal Hazel - "Make Love" from Like Water (2018)
  • Asal Hazel - "UTMT" from Like Water (2018)
  • Asal Hazel - "Royal" from Like Water (2018)
Remixes
  • Washed Out - "Floating By" (2017, Stones Throw Records)
  • JMSN - "Love & Pain" (2013, White Room Records)
  • Benny Sings - "The Beach House" (2016, Jakarta Records)
  • Botany - "Au Revoir" (2016, Western Vinyl)
  • Selah Sue "I Won't Go For More" from Reason (Selah Sue album) (2016, Because Music)
  • Kirkis - "Cold Crush" (2016, Fresh Selects)
  • Asal Hazel - "I let it goooo (usayudo remix)" (2017)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sharp, Elliott (September 9, 2014). "Mndsgn - 'Sheets' Video Premiere and Interview". Red Bull. Retrieved November 12, 2015.
  2. ^ a b Jeffries, David. "Mndsgn - Biography". AllMusic. Retrieved November 12, 2015.
  3. ^ Minsker, Evan (November 20, 2013). "Listen: Danny Brown and MNDSGN: "Sweeney Song"". Pitchfork Media. Retrieved November 12, 2015.
  4. ^ Gieben, Bram E. (August 12, 2014). "Mndsgn – Yawn Zen". The Skinny. Retrieved November 12, 2015.

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