Multi-faceted talent Alison Wonderland and New Zealand born trap producer Quix have long been vocal about their desire to work together. Now that the Aussie/Kiwi pair both reside in Los Angeles, their “TIME” has finally come in the form of a uniquely new and different collaborative effort out now on Universal Music. Of course, the track has been heavily teased by Wonderland since she debuted the collaboration at Electric Forest, with the track’s titled arriving during her live set at HARD Summer.
“TIME” is unlike anything fans have heard of Wonderland before and continues her streak of surprising releases that really show off her musical prowess, most recently on her delicate acoustic version of “Peace.” Wonderland says came up with the idea of making a song that stretches time while she was on psychedelics. Characterized by experimental tones and beats, trance-styled arpeggios, journey-filled builds, off-kilter drops, and euphoric releases, “TIME” is a future bass gem that truly ventures its audience into the fourth dimension. Everything culminates in Wonderland’s signature vocals for an outro that leaves listeners grasping for more.