A New documentary exploring gender imbalance in electronic music is available to watch now.
Alison Wonderland and Valentino Khan have teamed up on a new track, ‘Anything’.
The track is out now via Mad Decent, having been teased a few weeks ago when the duo dressed as one another for Halloween. The track follows Khan’s remix of Wonderland’s ‘Good Enough’ from 2018.
Check out ‘Anything’ below.
Alison Wonderland has shared a new, live mash-up tutorial as part of her ‘How To DJ For Beginners’ YouTube series.
Alison Wonderland has shared a new single.
Titled 'Bad Things', the new track from the Australian DJ/producer is her first release in 2020, following collaborations with phem and Chet Porter earlier this year.
The single has also been released alongside dream-like visuals. Directed by Peter Donaghy and produced by Satien Mahta, the video features the producer set against a warped backdrop of California landscapes, with glitching graphics to match the track's trippy ambience.
You can check out 'Bad Things', which is out now, below.
With numerous events and festivals locked off around the world for the foreseeable future as a result of COVID-19, Alison Wonderland has shared a little something to help fans get through the upcoming periods of social distancing.
She's shared her 2019 Temple of Wonderland set live from Colorado's Red Rocks in full 360, offering fans a special 4K VR experience from their homes. You can watch the video below.
Alison Wonderland and Said The Sky are working on a collaboration together.
The Australian artist, who was the highest climber in DJ Mag's Top 100 DJs Poll in 2019, tweeted on Tuesday 25th February saying, "said the sky is recording a piano outro for one of my songs and I'm gonna play cello along to it", the tweet continues, "This is why being a music nerd is cool".
It's been a while since we've heard new material from Alison Wonderland, who performs with a cello in her live shows, as well as Colorado producer and pianist Said the Sky, who plays piano in Illenium's band.
Alison Wonderland has won the Highest Climber award in this year’s DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll. The bass star landed the No.44 spot overall, climbing an incredible 52 spots on her poll position last year.
The Aussie artist has been busy as a bee throughout 2019, challenging herself creatively, setting records and ticking off bucket-list items left, right and centre.
Alison Wonderland has cancelled a series of upcoming European tour dates due to "extreme mental and physical exhaustion".
She revealed the news via a note on Twitter, saying, "It has been advised by both management and doctors that I take some time to recover. I really need to work on my mental health right now. Please respect my privacy at this time. I’m so sorry to anyone who wanted to come watch me play.”
The 2019 flagship edition of Electric Daisy Carnival, AKA EDC, went ahead last weekend in Las Vegas.
Over three days attendees witnessed performances from the likes of DJ Mag's current cover star Armin van Buuren, Skrillex, Above & Beyond, Alesso and many more, spanning EDM, trance and dubstep.