Alison Wonderland’s Debut LP “Genesis” as Whyte Fang: A New Chapter in Electronic Music

Australian DJ and producer Alison Wonderland has just unveiled her debut LP, “Genesis,” under her alternate name Whyte Fang. The project has been in development for the past 12 years, as the artist has been experimenting with new sounds that will undoubtedly change the landscape of the electronic music scene. The album features a unique blend of industrial hardstyle, ambient-hypnotic, and certified trap banger vibes, making it hard to place under one genre within the world of electronic music.

The “Genesis” LP is Whyte Fang’s first release and serves as the Indie side-project of Alexandra Sholler, famously known as Alison Wonderland. Sholler’s inspiration behind creating Whyte Fang was to debut her new music under a different name, as she wanted these tracks to live in their own space. According to a press release from Sholler’s team, “I have decided to release this music separately to Alison Wonderland because I want these beats to live in their own primal world.”

Dark, ominous, and abstract, Whyte Fang’s new project breathes life into an ever-evolving genre of sub-genres within electronic dance music. This fresh take on electronic music is already making waves among fans and industry professionals alike.

“Genesis” includes five heater singles that Sholler and her team have been unloading in the past year, alongside six brand new songs. The LP boasts a multi-genre, expert-level field of features, with collaborations from Elohim, Barney Bones, and Chidi Himself, as well as previously released collaborations, “Genesis,” with Jay Watson (Tame Impala, Pond, GUM), Jacob Ray (88 Rising, Rich Brian, NIKI, Joji, Alison Wonderland) and “SCREAM” with Erick the Architect (Flatbush Zombies).

Ahead of her back-to-back weekend shows at the Coachella Valley & Arts Festival on April 14th and 21st, Sholler releases this project in its entirety. Fans can expect a mind-blowing live performance that showcases the unique sound of Whyte Fang’s “Genesis.”