Lead singer, Jakob, of Copenhagen band, Mont Oliver, took a moment to talk to us about the formation of the band and their Danish tour.
Shannon Saunders has been making splashes on the interwebs for a while, and with good reason.
Part indie, part folk and part pop, Charlie Winston is back with the single ‘Lately’. The singer curates us a playlist of inspirations for his new album ‘Curio City’.
We delve into the creative mind of Jack White’s mate and Hedi Slimane’s muse, Curtis Harding.
We talk London, Lauryn Hill and future collabs with London based songstress Andreya Triana.
The enigmatic LA duo, Justin and Samia talk to Wonderland about their long-awaited debut LP ‘Trust’.
What do you get when you put Major Lazer, Ariana Grande, Charli XCX and Pitbull in a bar? Well, probably something completely random and unexpected (new super-group anyone?), but here…
We took some time with Dream to get this special Wonderland session of ‘Black and White’ – shot most appropriately in monochrome.
22-year-old Sonia Stein has travelled the world, now residing in Shoreditch, she’s set to release her first EP ‘Symbol’.
We get a first-listen of an exclusive session from The Voice winner, Jermain Jackman.
Pop Princess Chela shares her favourite tracks from the sunny shores of Australia with Wonderland.
Fresh off the back of releasing her come-back track ‘War Cry’, we caught up with female vocalist Caitlyn Scarlett to talk all things crushes.
We catch up with the vocalist of New Zealand’s biggest musical export, Alisa Xavalith.
We get the exclusive digital premiere of the brand new single from dance collective, LuvBug.
From Twitter With Love: rising starlet Willow Smith on feminist cat-calling and youth in the spotlight.
MK, Lee Foss and Anabel Englund come together as Pleasure State to release new single and EP ‘Ghost In The System’.
Twin Wild’s video for ‘Another Stranger’ exhibits the band in black and white at their best yet.
With a bold new synthpop sound and opinions on love, loss and martyrdom, country girl turned chart-stomping industrialist Taylor Swift is back. Just don’t mention Twitter trolls.
We go behind the scenes with our new cover girl, Princess of Pop, Taylor Swift in a film by Sharna Osborne.
Following the release of her debut EP, Californian native Jesse Jo Stark cements her place as the coolest girl in the world.
Lydia Ainsworth is the Canadian songstress with more talent than you can shake a stick at. We chat cello playing, film compositions and the bustle of Bushwick.
Ella Henderson takes time out of her insanely hectic schedule to list her Top 5 diva tracks exclusively for Wonderland.
We caught up with rising stars Pink Lizards and talked band names, Brighton and putting the past behind you.
Check out Post Louis’ engrossing new video for their single Fragility, and explore their second EP release.
It sort of feels like the end of the year is picking up speed and this weeks list is a collective UMPH into winter, with heart achingly sad cuts from…
Canadian singer-songwriter Jessy Lanza curates a stellar playlist of her top tracks
Just a couple of weeks ago we premiered ‘Bad Advice’ – the new track from Tom Prior. Championing a freedom from genre – Prior is always pushing his own musical…
Serving up an anthemic, big room indie sound, Honours are bursting on to the scene with music that makes you sit up and listen
We get the exclusive first glimpse at the brand new visuals from One Bit, for new track ‘Won’t Hold Back’.
Exclusive first-listen to the brand new long-player from Edinburgh-based alt hip-hop band, Stanley Odd.
We’re starting the week with a bang! Daley Padley aka. Hot Since 82 has given us a playlist of his top ten remixes of all time.
We get the first-listen to Seamus Haji’s take on the new Pro Green track, which features newcomer Mr Probz.
In celebration of The Possibilities Are Endless, Edwyn Collins himself curates us a playlist of tracks for the road.
Freddie Dickson’s brooding, atmospheric sound stirs the senses. Here, we find out more.
Perfect pre-weekend noise from Elicit, who’s new track ‘I Wanna Be Your Lover’, get’s a re-working from UK producer Crissy Criss.
Synth pop duo Great Good Fine OK popped into Wonderland to let us know if everything was as fine and dandy as their name suggests