More and more in 2015 there has been a striking trend of Australian producer Alison Wonderland making musical appearances in America, and I’m not complaining. Contrasting my overwhelming happiness for her, I’m actually a little upset because I haven’t had the opportunity to see one of the live shows at neither a venue or a festival. Alison Wonderland has grown to be not only one of my favorite artists in the industry, but also a fashion, hair and inspiration.
Earlier this year she played for her first time in America debuting at Coachella, and now Alison is playing gigs like Electric Zoo, Fool’s Gold’s DAY OFF and even an upcoming Electric Daisy Carnival in Orlando, Florida. Last weekend in New York City she proved herself yet again in a performance at Electric Zoo.
Alison got down and dirty at EZoo this year–enough that I felt it was necessary to write about her hour-long time on stage. You won’t be disappointed by this set. She does a spectacular job mixing hits from the likes of fellow Aussie What So Not, Drippy Dolphin and even the Beastie Boys. Besides her trap- and grime-influenced style, Alison really makes her shows unique by singing on her original tracks live.
This little DJ makes the best music, plays the best live music and is an act that you don’t want to miss. Hopefully 2016 in the U.S. will see even more of Alison.