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Alison Wonderland Releases Remix Package For ‘Awake,’ ft. Bleep Bloop, KRANE, Kill Paris, More

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.”

The Awake remix package is out now on Universal Music Australia.

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