Alexandra Margo Sholler (brought into the world 27 September 1986), who proceeds as Alison Wonderland, is an Australian electronic move music maker, DJ, and vocalist. Her introduction collection, Run, was discharged on 20 March 2015, which crested at No. 6 on the ARIA Albums Chart and was ensured gold by ARIA. Her sophomore collection, Awake, appeared at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Dance/Electronic Albums.[2] She was recorded at No. 96 on DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs in October 2018. She is likewise the most elevated charged female DJ in Coachella history.[3] Outside of being notable for her music, she’s blunt about her help for psychological wellness and every now and again shares her encounters with her fans.[4]

Life story

Early years

Alison Wonderland was conceived as Alexandra Sholler in 1986.[5][6][7] She experienced childhood in Sydney where she prepared as an old style performer, represent considerable authority in cello.[8][9][10] She proceeded as a cellist with the Sydney Youth Opera and was later a bass guitarist in a couple of nearby non mainstream rock bands.[9][10]

Wonderland later reviewed how she built up an enthusiasm for electronic move music, “I went out to a club called Candy’s Apartment… Somebody played ‘Quiet Shout’ by the Knife… I recall just totally daydreaming… furthermore, strolling over to the DJ and asking, ‘What is this track?! It would be ideal if you mention to somebody what this track is, on the grounds that this is amazing’.”[11] Her presentation name is a joke to the Lewis Carroll tale Alice in Wonderland.[8][12]

During 2012 she filled in as a remixer on Sam Sparro’s “I Wish I Never Met You”, which showed up as a little something extra track on that craftsman’s Japanese form of his subsequent collection, Return to Paradise (June 2012).[13] Sneha Dave of Music Feeds watched, “[she] demonstrates by and by why she’s turning out to be to some degree a remix authority. As of late played by none other than Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1, [her] interpretation impeccably supplements Sparro’s velvety vocals. Implanted with a profound house reasonableness, yet engraved with unique style, this course of action delineates precisely what a decent remix ought to be – a tribute to the original.”[13]

Additionally in 2012 Wonderland visited with the Parklife Music Festival, visiting Australian city stops in September to October.[14] Her set rundown incorporated her remixes, Sparro’s “I Wish I Never Met You” and Ladyhawke’s “Blue Eyes (Alison Wonderland Remix)”.[14] Highlights were introduced by Falcona on Vimeo, where she was likewise met by the Bondi Whispers.[14] Purple Sneakers’ Lauren Payne seen, Wonderland’s form of “Blue Eyes” is “an advanced remix of Ladyhawke’s snappy new single. Swapping the guitar and drums for a progressively electronic vibe, [Wonderland] has make some techno changes to the single and the final result is, in obvious [Wonderland] style, out and out splendiferous!

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