US dark-pop darling B. Miles is about to release her second single, “Shaking Hands”. We meet the singer to learn about her musical take on fables.
Taylor Swift brought out Fetty Wap this weekend in a totally unexpected move. Come down memory lane with us as we revisit some iconic onstage collabs.
Doe Paoro has self-diagnosed herself with a ‘feral wail’ but we’re left feeling more seduced than startled with her entrancing track, “Nostalgia”.
Previous New Noise artist Slowolf gives us an exclusive listen to his remix of Rihanna’s ‘Bitch Better Have My Money’.
Thought you had put your wellies to bed until 2016? Think again. Here, Jen Long curates a spontaneous summer festival shortlist.
London-based electronic producer Digital Farm Animals celebrates the release of new single ‘True’ today by premiering the track’s video exclusively with Wonderland.
The star of DUZT’s video for “Space Cowboy”, a chubby, red-headed, mini-anarchist is about to become your idol.
Familiarise yourself with the infectious sound of Hackney born and raised singer, Szjerdene.
We threw an abundance of New Noise questions to one of the most promising new artists of the year, Tiggs Da Author.
The ex-One Direction member signed a record deal with Sony RCA last week. Here, we make some predictions for Zayn’s solo album. Us, overexcited? Never!
Swedish singer-songwriter Noonie Bao has been learning the ropes from pop princesses Charli XCX and Carly Rae Jepsen ahead of the release of her EP.
This week’s #Wonderlist is bursting with new sounds from the likes of Angel Haze, Carly Rae Jepsen and Willis Earl Beal.
The latest talent to be certified by Prince, we meet his ‘Baltimore’ protest song accomplice, Eryn Allen Kane and learn what it’s like to work with a legend.
As Raleigh Ritchie gears up towards the release of his highly anticipated debut album later this year, he shares his brand new single “Bloodsport”.
We catch up with TJH87, the Finnish disco duo making glittering grooves ripe for the radio.
Ahead of the release of her debut album, I Cry When I Laugh, Jess Glynne shares her track “Why Me” with Wonderland.
From podium-dancing in return for a ticket to finding a secret entrance to The Collisillium – here, Max Cocking talks us through his Secret Garden Party experience.
New Yorker Gilligan Moss unveils “It Felt Right” – the second track from his forthcoming EP Ceremonial.
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.