We get the lowdown on the new solo project from Lewis Lindgren. Is the world ready for Minority Association?
The Netherlands’ Jordy Saämena aka Ganz selects his favourite tracks to fill dance floors when he’s in charge.
Wonderland chats to the sweet but sassy Montreal duo about uncomfortable truths and life on the road.
Don’t worry guys, Janet’s back. This week’s Wonderlist sees the return of Miss Jackson as well as pop gems from likes of NERVO, LCMDF and Austin Mahone.
Having previously guided us around the streets of Berlin, we caught electronic duo, Evvol for a Wonderland Session whilst they were in London for a show.
17-year-old newcomer Tayá teaches us how to make an entrance with her debut track, ‘Got Me Wondering’, produced by Toddla T.
Get unsettled listening to ‘Gland’, from Rough Year, the transgender artist who sinks their teeth in the social disruption surrounding them.
There’s a new female popstar in town and she’s ready to take on what the industry has to throw at her.
Former Wonderland cover star Janet Jackson teams up with hip-hop heavyweight J.Cole for a surprise re-worked version of her comeback single “No Sleeep”.
Masked beat-master Claptone teams up with The Impossible Project for a Melt! polaroid diary exclusively for Wonderland.
From Snoop Dog’s limp rapping to Waze & Oddyssey’s well-oiled house bangers – here, Max Cocking gives us the low-down on Lovebox 15.
Producer Alex Banks puts his spin on electro-trio The Acid’s new single “RA”.
Today we premiere the Ghost Culture remix of Kelly Lee Owens’ second self-released single – “Uncertain”.
From New York’s Motown-fixated dancing queen Lion Babe, to pop princess Carly Rae Jepsen – take a listen to this week’s #Wonderlist.
We throw an abundance of questions to five-piece, Coasts, to talk Festivals, Whitney duets and band bust-ups.
Gengahr are the North London four piece rising through the ranks, taking on Glastonbury, touring the world and getting dressed up by Converse for festival season.
Listen to our exclusive premiere of Eddie Niguel’s remix of Riot !n Magenta’s newest single “Voices”.
The Age of Live Under No Authority are barely out of school but they’re ready to drop their debut mixtape and live by their namesake.
California’s Day Wave, aka Jackson Phillips, is dreaming up indie tracks to soundtrack your high school summers.
From Jeff Buckley to Aphex Twin, Kyiki shares a playlist of her all time top music memories with Wonderland.
Steve Aoki’s conceptual video series continues with the release of “Neon Future ft. Empire Of The Sun”.
Joy Wellboy curate the perfect playlist to get pumped ahead of this weekend’s Melt! Festival in Germany.
We hang out with new duo on the block, girlyboi, ahead of their gig at London’s Shoreditch House.
Pablo Nouvelle’s got us entranced with his romantic mash up of house, pop and soul.
The latest track from the four Jersey boys paints a vividly heartbreaking picture. We’re not being dramatic. Pass the tissues.
Influenced by everything from blues to Nirvana, here we chat to Burberry’s SS16 singer – Rhodes.
To celebrate the release of their debut album, ‘Teenage Movie Soundtrack’, US threesome HeyRocco give us their run down of the best 90s tracks.
This week’s Wonderlist is guaranteed to keep you moving. Everything from a Disney star to post-punk royalty. Enjoy.
Copenhagen-born songstress Iris Gold is winning us over with her eclectic blend of old school hip-hop, sunshine pop and trippy-hippy beats.
We take a first listen to rising garage producer GhostChant’s new low-fi track – “Nights Like These”.
Following the release of his infectious track “Bang Bang, we catch up with Birmingham’s golden boy – Lawrence Taylor – to talk open mic nights, the buzz of performing and keeping’…
Scandi girl Kill J makes electro-pop about the pains of being a teen, pitched an octave higher than your average bemoaning youth with sugared synths.
Cameroon-born, France-based pop-duo AIR BAG ONE premiere their infectious new release “Killing Stars” exclusively on Wonderland.
From bedroom-beatsmith to powerhouse producer – Julio Bashmore talks erotic novels, internet trolls and his long awaited debut album “Knockin Boots”.
London belle Wølffe serves up a large dose of drama in her video for ‘Shoot You Down’.
Syncopated beats with bluesy charm and they look as good as they sound. Meet Oscar, Ranald, Vincent and Josh AKA Hidden Charms.
As the world gears up for Summer, Netsky has already arranged the soundtrack.