Alison Wonderland Plans to Drop Assortment of Unreleased Remixes and Edits – trendzhq


As we all continue to deal with the excitement of the quarantine, Alison Wonderland (real name Alexandra Sholler) is here to make it easier for us. The Australian artist announced that she would release some unpublished remixes and adaptations, including QUIX & # 39; s remix of "Happy Place" from her 2018 album Awake. This hummed the fans and required a variety of changes that they had been waiting for.

So far there has been consensus that she has to publish her edition of Flume "Rushing Back", which she dropped during her EDC Orlando in 2019. Fans can get what they want. Others mentioned are Chet Porters remix of "Cry" and Sholler's adaptation of "I Remember" by deadmau5 and Kaskade . We have also not yet received the Said The Sky collaboration, which was teased in late February, and the Dillon Francis subcollaboration. No specific track list was published at the time of this writing.

The last single sholler was presented before the quarantine in collaboration with Chet Porter on his single "Bummed". Since then, she's been focused on delivering some much-needed content to fans, including her 2020 online debut mix as one of the featured artists for Proximity and Brownies & Lemonade & # 39 ; s Digitial Mirage Online Music Festival Premiere from April 3rd to 5th. It is scheduled for Sunday April 5 at 9:00 p.m. – 10:15 p.m. PST. The following week she starts on Wednesdays Wonderland that she will stream live on her Twitch. Both the streaming revenue from Digitial Mirage and Wonderland are used on Wednesdays for charity in relation to the current COVID-19 crisis.

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