The multi-talented Alison Wonderland released “No,” the second single off her upcoming LP and following “Church.” The multitalented Australian artist has been putting in a lot of promo work ahead of the album’s — dubbed Awake — release on April 6, including vinyl signings and free giveaways, to ramp up fans’ excitement.
This track showcases a new sound for Wonderland, straying from her usual dark, trap-inflected vibes. This one is certain to lift listeners’ spirits with upbeat synths and bright vocals. She has a whole list of shows lined up in support of Awake, set to kick off in August.
Alison Wonderland is kind of a big deal in the dance music world. The girl wonder from down under has taken electronic music by storm with her unbelievable production skills, powerful live sets, and transparency with fans. When it comes to role models in EDM almost nobody can beat Alison Wonderland. Already have a massively
Bonnaroo announced stage programming for The Other ahead of the festival’s 2018 edition. The newly added dance tent likely formed as Bonnaroo’s answer to Coachella‘s storied Sahara Tent. Last year, Bonnaroo debuted the new stage concept — which replaced the festival’s beloved Kalliope Stage — and featured a diverse range of EDM acts such as Claude Vonstroke, G Jones and Getter, to name only a few. The addition was welcomed by attendees and The Other appeared to be one of the most frequented attractions throughout the four day weekend.
Now, the festival has released this year’s lineup for ‘The Other.’ Featuring acts like Kaskade, Virtual Self, Alison Wonderland, What So Not, Big Wild and Shiba San, the festival is taking a forthright step into the electronic programming that’s become so popular at festival’s nationwide. It appears such programming has paid off, too, as the Tennessean reported last year the festival’s attendance had rebounded following a dull turnout in 2016.
If you are having a rough day, we highly suggest you listen to Alison Wonderland’s latest single “Church.” Unlike the trap sound of her last single, “Happy Place” this track is an empowering synth-filled pop ballad. The Australian producer uses her own vocals on the track, and her lyrics demand respect. “You better treat me
As Alison Wonderland continues to ascend in the electronic realm, she’s become a fixture in the global dance scene while slowly rolling out new productions. She’s allowed her live performances to speak for themselves — a wise decision — with an upcoming installment at Coachella a high point of anticipation. Another sign of her powerful production abilities and strength of her fanbase: she’s the highest billed female DJ set to perform at the festival in 2018.
Presently, Wonderland’s preparing to release her new album, AWAKE, and now released its very first track.
Unlike her most recent trap-ridden single, “Happy Place,” which found Wonderland in a place of considerable sonic comfort and calculated drops, “Church” is an empowering, future pop single. Its lyrics are challenging and demands that all comply to her utterance, “You better, treat me like church.”
EDM has always had an eclectic fashion sense about it. Bold colors, flashy designs and explosive details have always found their home in dance music. Lately though their has been a massive influx of artists wearing one brand and one brand only, Virgil Abloh’s Off White. Off White Has Taken Over EDM Instantly recognizable by
Over the past few years, Alison Wonderland has become a queen on the EDM scene. Planning to posieden the sea’s on Holy Ship! this weekend, Alison took to twitter to let fans know that due to person reasons she will not be attending. In times like this, we cross our fingers and pray that all
It is obvious that some sexism still exists in the dance music industry. That being said some seriously badass women are breaking through every glass ceiling imaginable and making sure that the once boys club of EDM is becoming a co-ed throw down. Coachella’s line up dropped this week and many fans were talking about