Best Alison Wonderland Songs of All Time – Top 5 Tracks

Alexandra Margo Sholler (born 27 September 1986), who performs as Alison Wonderland, is an Australian electronic dance music producer, DJ, and singer. Her debut album, Run, was released on 20 March 2015, which peaked at No. 6 on the ARIA Albums Chart and was certified gold by ARIA. Her sophomore album, Awake, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Dance/Electronic Albums. She was listed at No. 96 on DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs in October 2018. She is also the highest billed female DJ in Coachella history. Outside of being well-known for her music, she’s outspoken about her support for mental health and frequently shares her experiences with her fans.

Alison Wonderland has a residency at Wynn to perform at Encore Beach Club and EBC at Night.

See a full list of upcoming Alison Wonderland’s shows here.

Without further ado, Allison Wonderland’s top 5 tracks of all time:

5. Alison Wonderland – Cry

4. Dillon Francis & Alison Wonderland – Lost My Mind

3. Alison Wonderland – Peace

2. Alison Wonderland – Church

1. Alison Wonderland – I Want U

Bonus: Alison Wonderland ft. Wayne Coyne – U Don’t Know

Best Hip Hop Festivals In California

Today we’re going to look at some of the hottest Hip Hop music festivals we’ve seen in a long time. This list will not be in a ranking order and will include festivals throughout California. Festivals are arguably the best place to see live performances, as it provides audiences with the ability to see many popular artists at one location, and packed into a weekend or holiday break. From San Francisco to Los Angeles, these are some of the best festivals we have ever seen.

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Rolling Loud

Rolling Loud is arguably the number one hip hop festival in the United States at the moment. The festival is in Los Angeles and Miami but hopes to expand to China and Japan very soon. The festival features some of the best hip hop artists on the planet and continues to grow in popularity. If looking for Hip Hop, this is the place to be. This years performers included Lil Baby, Lil Uzi Vert, Juice Wrld, and Playboi Carti.

Camp Flog Gnaw

From world reknowned Hip Hop artist Tyler the Creator, comes Camp Flog Gnaw, a Hip Hop focused music festival located at Dodger Stadium. Performances by YG, 21 Savage, and of course Tyler the Creator as well as many others were the hype of this years lineup. You may have also recently seen a viral video of Drake being booed off stage. Tyler and company apoligized to the rapper and criticized the fans who booed him and thus making him leave the stage. Regardless of the controversy, this festival is very fun and focuses heavily on Hip Hop.

Hard Summer

Hard Summer is one of the hottest festivals in California located at the Speedway in Fontana. Rain or shine, this festival goes on. The festival, like many is 18+. Although a mix between EDM and Hip Hop, the festival attracts some of the biggest names in Hip Hop like Snoop Dogg, Lil Uzi, and Kid Cudi and has shown no sign of slowing down.

Head in the Clouds

Last year, 88Rising gave fans underrepresented cultures and artists a big stage with it’s Head in the Clouds Music + Art Festival in Los Angeles. The agency and music label is committed to expanding the American urban music scene, and in 2018, its roster of Asian and Asian-American talent was joined by Anderson. Paak and hosted about 10,000 attendees.

Head in the Clouds comes to Los Angeles State Historic Park in August and features performances from 88Rising artists Rich Brian, Joji, Higher Brothers, Niki, August 08 and Dumbfounded, plus K-pop stars iKON, Jackson Wang, Korean rapper DPR Live and more. The new EDM stage will feature DJ sets and performances from K?D, Josh Pan, Manila Killa, Y2K, Deb Never, Park Hye Jin and Qrion


The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is an yearly music and arts festival put on at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, in the Coachella Valley.

Although not particularly known for hosting Hip Hop, Coachella over the last 5 years have brought some of the biggest Hip Hop artists like Kendrick Lamar, Childish Gambino, YG, Sheck Wes, Kid Cudi, Gucci Mane, and many more to perform on some of the best and biggest stages. Although not technically a Hip Hop festival, Coachella has earned their spot on this list by bringing the best of the best to Coachella Valley.

Grizzly Festival

Grizzly is a Hip Hop Festival in Fresno California. Schoolboy Q, G-eazy, E-40, Nas, Lupe Fiasco and Snoop Dogg are some of the big names that have had the opportunity to perform at this festival. There are now 3 stages that will host performers for both days of the festival. The Yosemite Stage is the biggest stage and is placed at the West side of the festival, followed in size by the Sequoia Stage at the South/West corner of the event, followed by the Silent Disco Stage at the South/East corner. Lastly, the Red Bull stage will be placed nearest the entry in the Norht/East area near Grizzly Eats a.k.a. Vendor Village.

FYI, Vendor Village is a multitude of food trucks and food options, which is perfect considering you can NOT bring in your own food.

The Best EDM Festivals in California

Music festivals. Perhaps one of the most fun and exciting events one can experience in their lifetime. These music festivals have become an intergral part of our society and culture. They provide us an opportunity to see our favorite DJs and performers all in one place. Music festivals have given me and many others the chance to see DJs that we normally wouldn’t, because a festival brought them close to our town. Today we’d like to celebrate these festivals and thank them, specifically the ones in California. Whether planning your first Cali festival or looking for a new one, this list should help you find what you’re looking for. With that being said, let’s get to it!

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This music festival is perhaps the most famous California music festival. Although not known for having a deep and diverse cast of EDM artists in their line up, Coachella attracts the biggest stars in EDM. The venue is spectacular and attracts celebrities from all over. Partying next to supermodels and famous instagramers has never been so much fun.

Nocturnal Wonderland

Nocturnal Wonderland. Many don’t know, but this festival is America’s longest-running dance music festival and a Southern California highlight. In many ways, for artists coming off of the summer tour circuit, Nocturnal Wonderland represents the next chance to test and try out new music. The crowd is super high energy and fun as everyone comes here to pay tribute to their favorite EDM artists. The Insomniac-powered festival typically features five stages, a vibrant setting full of lights and color, and music until midnight.


Looking for the best Halloween party? Look no further. Insomniac’s horror-themed music festival is the perfect Halloween event. In true Insomniac fashion, Escape: Psycho Circus is an immersive experience. The festival features themed stages, sinister sights, and a heavy dose of bass are ensure a lasting impression on those who dare enter.

Lightning in a Bottle

Few festivals embody the cultural spirit of central California’s Lightning In A Bottle (LIB). This EDM electronic festival features much more then your favorite EDM artsits. LIB offers interactive art, yoga classes, and meditation workshops. The LIB has become one of the most popular and different EDM festivals in California. The venue is spectacular and welcoming. The LIB team have also done a lot to reinvest back into their community and culture, managing to build up a dedicated following year after year.

Hard Summer

In its formative years HARD Summer became a peak summer draw for any electronic music fan. From the biggest headliners to attention-grabbing undercards, curation and branding have been consistent strong suits. In 2019 Hard Summer broke the record for biggest festival in Fontana, California history, as 170,000 people attended the event. Hard Summer is a unbelievablly fun festival that is a must attend for any EDM fan.

Beyond Wonderland

Insomniac festivals are all about community, atmosphere and providing their guests with the best soundsystem money can buy. Beyond Wonderland is argued to be the best of the best of EDM festivals in Cali. The fantasy theme of the festival is widely embraced by its patrons creating a setting that keeps attendees savoring every moment. The experience is unrivaled and with the success of Nocturnal Wonderland, Beyond Wonderland became a sister-brand that would bring the focus back toward the fantastical environments that brought Insomniac its fame.

Countdown NYE

California is truly fortunate to have multiple New Year’s festivals to choose from. In particular, we should give Countdown NYE a special look. The extraterrestrial-themed festival does not hesitate to bring the heavy hitters. The festival attracts the biggest names in EDM and hosts one of the best New Years Eve parties in the state. When looking to celebrate the new year, Countdown in San Bernardino has you covered.


Insomniac’s Dreamstate SoCal calls to trance fans from all over the world – and there are a lot of them. From uplifting to psytrance, many forget that trance music is an umbrella that includes numerous different subcultures. Dreamstate puts the spotlight on these trance subgenres and explores them from the unique perspectives of popular DJs that are not often seen elsewhere. The festival is world reknowned and celebrated by die-hard EDM fans.

Hard Day of the Dead

For festival goers seeking something in between Halloween and the holiday season, HARD Day of the Dead is perhaps your best bet. This one day event brings huge EDM artists and upwards of 70,000 fans together to celebrate “Dia de los Muertos.” The EDM played has no focus, which is fantastic for those looking to diversify their experience.

Northern Califonia

Outside Lands

Outside Lands Music Festival is one of the most popular music festivals featured in San Francisco and is known for being Northern California’s largest music festival. The established late summer attraction draws a diverse mix of EDM talent. Outside Lands feels like a pop-up city with a mission to showcase the best of the Bay Area. In addition to the top-tier music played, Outside Lands has expanded, including a dedicated food and wine area, a comedy and podcast tent as well as much, much more.

The Untz Festival

The Untz festival brings a diverse offering of underground bass music to central California for their very own music festival. The Untz have staked their ground in promoting the exploration of hidden talent. True to their reputation, lineups have helped their calling serving as blueprints for the best in up and coming bass music. If you’re looking for new and upcoming artists/sounds this is the place you want to be.


If the name of this festival was not a big enough indication, the star studded lineup will be sure to drive the point home. Wobbleland embodies the very best in dubstep, and more broadly heavy bass music. Taking place shortly after the new year, headbangers looking for an epic time need look no further. This festivals got you covered.


Last but definitely not least on our list is Snowglobe. If you’re looking to escape to California’s colder climate for the holidays, you may want to book those New Year’s plans at the SnowGlobe Music Festival. Winter festivals have been growing quickly in popularity, and SnowGlobe’s focus on Lake Tahoe’s snowboarding and skiing have been a contributing factor to this popular trend. With an average of 10,000 attendees, the event has a cozier feel while simultaneously drawing in the main stage acts consistent with festivals much bigger.

Free Coachella Weekend 1 and 2 Pool Parties

Missing out on Coachella? Check out free pool-side DJ events at the Saguaro in Palm Springs on the same two April weekends as the big desert festival.

The deal: Saguaro has lined up six musical parties for Coachella weekends. Admission is free, but a guaranteed spot costs $10. You don’t have to be a hotel guest to attend. Parties are strictly for the 21-plus crowd. If you’re interested we would recommend reserving your free tickets in advance – as there are a limited number of tickets!

Coachella Weekend 1:

April 12: Thanks for the Invite Party ft with HikeiiAkira AkiraToney Handsome and others. 
April 13: Cafe Mambo Ibiza ft Dom Dolla, Latmun, & Offaiah.
April 14: Brunch Beats Vol III ft Modern Disco Ambassadors, J Woogie and others

Coachella Weekend 2:

April 19: Rinse Festival Edition
April 20: Ardy Pardy ft Ardalan, Mikey Lion, Lee Reynolds
April 21: Aqua Bend ft Fire Lane Launch Party

When: April 12-14 and 19-21 only.

Details: If you want to splurge on the Coachella weekends, you can reserve a daybed with room for six people for $400, or a cabana with room for eight people for $2,000. Free entry to pool parties is based on first come, first served, and closes when the area hits capacity.

Coachella Day Club / Pool Party 2019 Lineup Announced

Day Club‘s massive pool party series at Coachella just announced their lineup for this year’s installation. 

Running for the two weekends of Coachella and for six days in total, the events will be held at Hilton Palm Springs and are definitely going to be a big attraction for party goers, like previous years. 

Headliners for the first weekend include Nora En Pure, while Rüfüs Du Sol will be performing a DJ set. DiploDillon FrancisJauz and more will be taking over the second weekend, a lineup choice more catered to the bass fans. 

Tickets for the events start at $20 and go all the way up to $2235 for a travel package for 4. All of the events are 21+. Fans can get their tickets and see more info on Day Club’s website here