Since releasing her Awake LP earlier this year, Alison Wonderland has gone on to dominate the electronic music world.
The Australian singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist set out to use her second album as a place to dig deep into her personal demons. What resulted was a chart-topping LP shared on the world’s biggest stages, including EDCLV and Tomorrowland.
Now she’s invited her peers to take on five of Awake‘s fan favorites in a brand new 11-track remix package. ORIENTAL CRAVINGS starts off the album with a brooding take on her SLUMBERJACK collaboration, “Sometimes Love.” Blush goes deeper on his cut of “Okay,” while Bleep Bloop takes “Cry” into the robotic low-end of bass.
Paces, Kid Froopy and umru, and Callie Reiff all deliver their own renditions of “No.” QUIX and Enschway give Wonderland’s Trippie Redd collaboration, “High,” a stand-out remix.
Wonderland taps KRANE for a treatment of the LP’s title track, who instills a cinematic cover of “Awake.” Finally, the compilation comes to a close with Kill Paris’ future bass take on “Easy.”