If you're speaking about dominating dance artists in 2018, Alison Wonderland higher be part of that dialog. The Australian singer-songwriter and producer's second album Awake made huge waves, and she or he's nonetheless reeling from the reward. Wonderland dug deep into her private struggles and made gold out of her demons. Now, a few of her buddies and friends take their pictures at 5 of Awake's fan favorites in an 11-track remix package deal.
It begins with a melodic and frenetic tackle her SLUMBERJACK collaboration "Sometimes Love" from ORIENTAL CRAVINGS. The rumbles get deeper on Blush's model of "Okay," adopted by a string of remixes of "No." The first is a vivid take from Paces," the second a a tinkering little bit of future bass from Kid Froopy and umru, and the third a trap-tinged take from Callie Reiff.
Things get tougher with a few remixes of "High," Wonderland's Trippie Redd collaboration. QUIX and Enschway tag-team the beat with a dramatic construct and a monster stomper of a drop. Fracture, for his flip, assaults the beat with some drum'n'bass vibes. For the title monitor, Wonderland faucets KRANE, who treats it with the gravity and theatricality a title monitor deserves.
"Cry," that includes Buddy, will get a few reinterpretations, the primary a beat-driven take from Bleep Bloop that'll have you ever reminiscing about Aphex Twin. Sunny Norway, however, attracts it out with tropical vibes and metal drums. The compilation finishes with a lofty, future r&bass tackle "Easy" from Kill Paris.
The Awake remix package deal is out now on Universal Music Australia. Listen to all 11 tracks under.