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Alison Wonderland Gets A Stunning Future Bass Remix (Premiere)

Alison Wonderland Gets A Stunning Future Bass Remix (Premiere)


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In the last month, remixes have been springing up everywhere of Australia's rising star Alison Wonderland. The Sydney based DJ, producer, and singer has ascended to world-wide prominence in the last few months, taking over the globe with her addicting tracks and collab heavy debut album Run.

It's already proven to be one of the most impressive releases of 2015, and we are excited to watch her career develop. A few days ago we received an unreleased remix of her album's title track "Run," and pressed play to see how it compared to the rest. We were immediately blown away, and have teamed up with Shoeboxx Recordings to premiere this stunning future bass remix.

Before we get more into the track, we want to introduce the artists behind the creation. Starting off, EASY GIRL is not actually a girl, but a rising Los Angeles based producer with a knack for alluring synthesizers and dreamy vocal edits. He's been building a respectable base of originals and remixes over the past few years, and is truly starting to develop his own sound.

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Next up is NiklāvZ, who is another rising producer from across the world. He hails from Latvia, a small European country tucked between Estonia and Lithuania, and has diverse palate for releasing hip-hop, R&B, and electronically influenced tracks. He participates in a crew called Dirty Deal Audio, and produces for a handful of rappers from his area.

Now to the remix. Pitched vocals and choppy drum patterns guide the intro, leading listeners in before diving into a massive and immersive drop that will have you instantly losing your mind. There is just the right amount of trap influence, but overall sways towards the future bass side of things. Both producers are in the early stages of their career, but this proves just how ready they are for the next level.

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