They are one of our favourite new acts of 2015, so with the release of their debut album approaching, we caught up with Tunbridge Wells punk duo, Slaves.

Indie pop quartet Kid Wave have complied us a playlist of their top road-tripping tracks. 

Courtesy of Frederik Dyhr, we’ve got a playlist and a shopping list in conjunction with the release of motorcycle movie, “The Greasy Hands Preachers”.

We chat to triple threat Secaina Hudson on her marmite sound, how she is growing as a artist and her hopes of working with Pharrell.

We premiere Anakyn’s remix of Ella Eyre’s, “Together”, a house update of the pop powerhouse’s latest single.

Wretch 32 has been constantly releasing material since 2011, and in celebration of his most recent offering; a visual motivational piece titled “When I See You, I See Me”, we…

Elbows at the ready, it’s that time of year when you need to wake up at dawn to go queue outside your local record store for a limited edition vinyl.…

Ahead of the release of “DAY 42″ we chat to London native Marin about her best pinch-me-moments, her dream venues to play at and what makes her sound unique.

In need of something to brighten up your Monday? Well, here’s the premiere of James Wolf’s new track “Hercules”.

A modern beatnik who talks like a Parisian turn-of-the-century revolutionary, we sit down with Remi Miles, the pop singer with soul from Brighton.

This week’s #Wonderlist has comebacks from the queen of bops Hilary Duff and alternative outfit MSMR. There’s also grooves from Carly Rae Jepsen and some serious slayage from Tinashe. Get…

Put your feet up it’s Friday and we’re bringing you the premiere of Arches new track “New Love” just in time for the weekend.

The last instalment of our festival guide, we select the best weekenders and all-day parties to close the summer with.

We asked JP to curate a beginner’s guide playlist for us, as well as a few words from him about his life genre of choice.

Sydney-based electro-pop siren, Elizabeth Rose, curates a Top 5 playlist to gear us well into the Summer. Enjoy.

Indie Pop duo Ex Cops compile us a playlist of their favourite tracks at the moment, all revolving around food. Hopefully it won’t leave a bad taste in your mouth.…

Having spent her teens touring in a musical, we get to know 25 year old Londoner, Krissy as she moves into her own performing as “hip-pop” artist YOUTH.

We met up with Essex five-piece, Courts, for a special Wonderland Session performance of their new single, ‘Part Of’.

We’ve got comeback tunes from Brandon Flowers and Will Young, some chilled moments with SLO and even a floor filling banger from Fifth Harmony. Get involved!

We take a look at July for the second part of our festival guide to help you plan how to spend your summer. Here’s the best of what’s on.

We caught up with FaltyDL to talk about writer’s block, skipping school to smoke weed and a voice memo of his grandmother cursing him for 2 minutes straight.

We took ten minutes to find out more from Debruit about getting groovy in the sea, record hoarding in rural France and performing to Slipknot fans in Texas.

Just before she hits the festival circuit, we caught up with the best new songwriter to come out of the American South.

We’re treated to a playlist of Charlotte OC‘s top tracks of the moment, from newbie SOAK to comeback kings, Blur.

The ever distinctive New York based artist Kissey premieres her glitchy infectious new track ‘Distortion’ on Wonderland.

Start to hoard baby wipes, hand gel and dry shampoo. This is your one month warning, festival season is nearly upon us, here’s what’s on in May and June.

Toronto trio Young Empires premiere their single, ‘The Gates’, on Wonderland.

Ahead of his new EP ’1990′ being released, we sat down with J Warner to see what songs he would have liked to have claimed as his own.

Paris-born, Berlin-based trio Evvol take us on a tour of Berlin charting the sounds of the city.

We finish the week with an exclusive Wonderland session from the wonderful A-L-X. Enjoy.

Denmark native Lisa Alma’s debut album is an electrified mashup of piano and percussion, we premiere the singer’s track “Fine”.

Following it’s Mistajam premiere last night, we give you the first listen to the Gorgon City remix of Wilkinson’s new track ‘Hopelessly Coping’

We shed a tear in the Wonderland office yesterday over the news that Zayn Malik is leaving 1D. Here’s the most traumatic band splits we’ve had to deal with.

We haven’t stopped playing Cakes Da Killa’s track all week. This week we’ve got another delicious treat from him, a playlist entitled ‘The Wrath of BBW’.

Electronic Aussie trio Crooked Colours, aka Philip, Leon and Liam, stopped by to tell us about their rise from house party DJs to festival features.

Francesa Belmonte is the soulful songstress with an all consuming drawl. We talk influences, inspirations and ambitions with the Londoner.

Having been on our radar since 2013, we quiz the Kaleida girls before they inevitably shoot into the stratosphere, following the release of their EP ‘Think’.

Post-punk four-piece girl band Chastity Belt release the video for their anti-slut shaming anthem ‘Cool Slut’.

For our latest Wondermix, we enlist the help of Brighton duo Sea Bed, aka Lizzie Massey and Jim Corbin.

Formation are the twin brothers bringing back the cowbell. Here, they chat to Wonderland about their new tracks “Back Then” and “Young Ones”.