Watch: Alison Wonderland - Take It To Reality feat. Safia

Watch: Alison Wonderland - Take It To Reality feat. Safia

Alison Wonderland continues her truly breakout 2015.

Alison Wonderland is currently going through what we're calling her Flume moment. The moment where an Australian electronic artist truly breaks out onto the world stage, and becomes not just a popular artist to spin on triple j, but something a whole lot more. Just as Harley Streten did around the release of his debut album in 2012/13, Alison Wonderland has been taking all and sundry around the release of her own debut album, Run. The second round of Wonderland Warehouse Project parties capitalised on the good will of the first, doubling venue sizes and punter turn up to unprecedented levels. But now she's taken that and turned it into an overseas domination not many others from the country can lay claim to. Playing her first live show in the US at Coachella, more recently she's played to tens of thousands at Lollapalooza, that set following on from a commanding turn at Splendour In The Grass, and ahead of a Listen Out headline. The sky is the limit, and you can literally claim you were there if you spot yourself in the video below for Take It To Reality, shot by our man Tay for our creative arm Made In The Pile (website HERE) over the course of the Warehouse Project tour. H/T Alison Wonderland, 2015 (and beyond) is yours.

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