With an ethereal voice and playful personality, singer/songwriter Wynter Gordon is giving dancefloor divas and music heads alike a new reason to believe.
With an ethereal voice and playful personality, singer/songwriter Wynter Gordon is giving dancefloor divas and music heads alike a new reason to believe. The single “Dirty Talk” from her forthcoming debut album, With The Music I Die, recently celebrated a 3 week run at the top of the ARIA Singles & iTunes Charts in Australia (where is has also hit triple platinum sales) and already topped Billboard’s Dance Club Play Songs chart at #1, while her follow-up Til Death is well on it’s way to achieving similar success; currently sitting in the ARIA Top 20. Add to this her success in the UK with the Freemasons-produced “Believer” which is climbing steadily on the charts and the official theme song to 2011’s Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras she penned titled “Putting It Out There (Pride).”
And you’ve got a major Wynter storm heading your way this year!
For the past two years, Wynter has tirelessly traveled the globe, collaborating with some of the biggest names in electronic music and picking up a few tricks along the way. She’s stepped into the studio with David Guetta and Rhythm Masters, performed in front of thousands at the Winter Music Conference, Creamfields, Stereosonic & Mardi Gras festivals. All of these incredible experiences have gone into the making of her debut. As Wynter explains, “I’m not the same girl anymore. I’m more confident. I’m more me.” Her songs reflect this new self-confidence, she and her collaborators have given themselves license to play, reveling in a new sound that is a blend of European house, bold beats, and purely emotive songwriting. “I feel so comfortable with myself now. I’m really in that place where I’ve just let go.”
Today, the singer/songwriter loves to play with ‘retro’ vintage styles as much as she does with a mixer, and admits she also has a burning desire to someday be a comedic actress.
Based in NSW, travels Australia wide (extra fees involved).