Alison Wonderland architects a world of her own design as its chief author, creator, and voice. The Sydney-born and Los Angeles-based singer, producer, songwriter, and DJ emerged in 2009, her sound quietly inched towards mainstream ubiquity as the sonic sorceress received the “Highest Female DJ Billing Ever at Coachella,” label and captured #1 on the Billboard Top Dance/Electronic Albums Chart twice consecutively, headlined sold out arenas around the globe, and clocked upwards of 400 million streams by 2019.
Alison Wonderland’s 2015 debut ‘Run’ reached gold status in Australia and earned two ARIA Awards nominations. Fast forward to 2017, she was crowned Best New Artist at the first-ever Electronic Dance Music Awards, while her remix of Dua Lipa’s “New Rules” soared to #1 on the Billboard Dance Charts. Simultaneously, Alison’s Radio Wonderland show clocked 5 million-plus downloads as well as broadcasting to over 20 countries and featuring prominently on the Sirius XM channel Diplo’s Revolution.
Alison’s 2018 sophomore effort, Awake saw her join forces with all-star collaborators such as Joel Little [Lorde], Illangelo [The Weeknd], Party Favor [Mad Decent], and longtime cohort Lido. Meanwhile, she teamed up with innovators including Chief Keef on “Dreamy Dragon” and Trippie Redd on “High.”
Awake debuted top 10 on the ARIA Albums Chart and landed the second consecutive #1 on theBillboardTop Dance/Electronic Albums Chart, as lead single “Church” leapt past the 20million global streams mark in just a few months. She was recognised with another two ARIA Award nominations, and a platinum single for ‘Church’.
Now with her new single ‘Peace’, Alison Wonderland has graced the cover of Billboard Magazine’s annual dance edition, plus will be the face of Forever 21’s Pepsi collaboration –placing her on a Times Square, NYC billboard. To add to a host of 2019 touring plans, Alison Wonderland will headline two Red Rocks Amphitheatre shows in Colorado in 2019, with the first of the two selling out in five minutes. She will headline stages across multiple festivals this Northern Hemisphere summer including EDC Mexico, EDC Japan, Electric Forest, Lollapalooza, Parookaville, Tomorrowland and Pukkelpop.