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ALISON WONDERLAND | the AU review
AU ABROAD

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ALISON WONDERLAND

Festival Review: Listen Out - Centennial Park, Sydney (03.10.15)

Trimming the fat of a large scale dance festival, Fuzzy's Listen Out has gotten the boutique angle exactly right for the past few years. The music starts around 2pm - when most would rock up to a festival anyway - and rolls out some of the best international and local party-starters across three stages. It's simple and quite perfect, leaving the success of the day purely in the hands of the acts performing, most of whom did an excellent job at keeping the energy up right until a show-stopping set from headliner Childish Gambino, and a show-stealing set from ODESZA.

Festival Review: Listen Out - RNA Showgrounds, Brisbane (04.10.15)

Listen Out has come back doing the rounds, the lineup having some fan favourites as well as the Red Bull Music Academy stage coming back to bring young talent. This year the festival was simplified to two stages; this idea of festivals becoming smaller and more manageable continues to prove popular amongst music fans. It seems making it easier and thus cheaper encourages fans to come along. Gone are the days of big extravagant festivals with five or six different stages. In this case, Listen Out offered two stages, Atari and the 909 stage; Atari was outdoors under the huge big top tent while 909 remained indoors providing some awesome pyrotechnics.

Festival Photo Gallery: Listen Out- Centennial Park, Sydney (03.10.15)

The Listen Out Festival 2015 returned to Centennial Park featuring Childish Gambino, Joey Badass, Alison Wonderland, SBTRKT, Odesza and many more. Belinda Dipalo was there to bring you these photos.

Festival Review: Listen Out - Ozone Reserve, Perth (27.09.15)

The sun was out for the Perth leg of EDM boutique festival Listen Out this weekend, and with a long weekend on and a lineup that made it the first city to sell out it seemed as if everything had aligned.

Music Video of the Day: Alison Wonderland "Games" (2015)

“Games” is the fourth single from home grown DJ/Producer Alison Wonderland’s debut album Run, and it would be fair to say the video lives up to the sweet electronica audio. Back flips: check. Table flips: check. One shot take: check.

Photo Gallery: Lollapalooza Day Three ft. Florence + The Machine + FKA Twigs + Twenty One Pilots and more - Chicago (02.08.15)

From the final day of Lollapalooza for 2015, Daniel Boczarski brings us photos of headliners Florence + The Machine alongside the likes of FKA Twigs, Twenty One Pilots, Angus and Julia Stone, DMA's, Alison Wonderland and many more! Check out the gallery here:

Splendour in the Grass Festival Review: Saturday - North Byron Parklands (25.07.15)


Photo Credit: Andrew Wade

Day two of Splendour in the Grass was full of big moments spread throughout the entire day, the biggest unsurprisingly being headliner Florence & The Machine. Rain didn't play a factor at all, though the mud situation only slightly improved from piles and piles of wood chips scattered around the grounds to make for helpful paths, particularly in the area in front of the main entrance which was second in thickness only to the entire space between the Mix-Up Stage and Red Bull Music Academy.

Aussies Abroad: Tame Impala, Chet Faker, Sheppard, Alison Wonderland, DMA's and Peking Duk Reveal International Tour Dates

As an ongoing commitment to support Australian music, we give you six Australian bands that will soon be doing international tours in the next couple of months. Read on to find the latest dates and location venues...

Childish Gambino, SBTRKT, Joey Bada$$ lead 2015 Listen Out line up!


Photo: Perri Cassie

The 2015 Listen Out festival line up has dropped today and it's looking to be a sweet fusion of hip-hop, dance and electronic music at the events scheduled for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth this September and October. Leading the charge this year is Childish Gambino, who'll be making his Australian return off the back of a popularly received Splendour in the Grass appearance last year. Most recently, Gambino's debuted a new track at Bonnaroo in the States, so we're keen to see what new music stands to come out between now and his next lot of Aussie dates. Falls Festival alumni SBTRKT, Joey Bada$$, Alison Wonderland and Client Liaison also feature on the 2015 bill, with more announcements still to drop!

Alison Wonderland announces string of after parties off the back of selling out entire Warehouse 2.0 tour!

As you may have expected, the lady Alison Wonderland has now officially sold out all shows on her upcoming Warehouse Project 2.0 tour! Over 25k tickets have been sold for the bad boy which promise to be wild fun but for those of you who missed out on tickets to the main event, Alison Wonderland's announced a string of after parties for you to get involved in.

Motez, Slumberjack and Awe announced as national supports for Alison Wonderlands upcoming warehouse tour!

The lovely lass Alison Wonderland has had a pretty standard weekend, what with her debut US appearance at Coachella going down a treat, judging by the above photo. The Australian producer has truly been going from strength to strength in 2015 and we're not even at the hotly awaited Splendour in the Grass time of year yet...oh yeah, she's playing that one too. Many fans are looking forward to partying down with Alison on her upcoming 'Wonderland Warehouse Project 2.0' tour and to whet the appetites in the lead up, support acts in Slumberjack, Motez and Awe have been confirmed!

Alison Wonderland and SAFIA top the first announcement for Australia's electronic cruise ship festival: Seas and Beats

Australia is getting its first ever "electronic music festival at sea" next year, with Alison Wonderland, Hot Dub Time Machine, SAFIA, The Kite String Tangle, Touch Sensitive and more ready to play the massive event that will see 2000 revellers transported from Brisbane to a mystery island for what is destined to be a four day, three night party from the 5th to the 8th of March 2016.

Album Review: Alison Wonderland - Run (2015 LP)

Alison Wonderland - Run

Sydney’s Alison Wonderland may have the most original pun-based name in music, but in many ways the creativity stops there. The cello-playing, DJ’ing, electronic music-creating blonde has just dropped her debut album Run, although whether or not the title is appropriate is very much up for debate.

Alison Wonderland announces Wonderland Warehouse project 2.0 Tour through May and June

Strange-pop sensation Alison Wonderland is bringing the Wonderland Warehouse Project back in 2015 with the Wonderland Warehouse Project 2.0, kicking off at the end of May across the country and in Auckland. Wonderland is bringing her sharp-edged pop to a series of secret locations around the country in a bid to bring excitement, strangeness, and the kind of party you just don't get anymore to Australia's music scene. If nothing else, the tour will be interesting, especially if you're bored of the same vibe and the same venues.