Alison Wonderland keeps Whyte Fang momentum pumping, with ‘Girl’

Alexandra Sholler has been cultivating her Whyte Fang project for the past 10 years. The alias has stayed largely dormant while the Aussie icon toils away on her main musical masthead that dance music devotees have come to know as the future bass/trap infusion, Alison Wonderland. Now, Whyte Fang is back in action, returning for her third output with thundering bass excursion “Girl” via FMU RecordsFollowing Whyte Fang’s reentry into the musical fold via her first two deliveries in more than a decade, “TIDES” and “333,” the bass music connoisseur reinvigorates the scene yet again. Her latest track features a tantalizing, slow-climbing bass line, static ambiance, and syncopated vocal chants.Fang has been back on the scene for just a few months now and has already marked her territory as a secret guest for Brownies & Lemonade, as well as selling out her debut show at Los Angeles’ legendary venue The Roxy Theatre. Back on the scene after 10 years, Whyte Fang is ready for the public eye—that is, if the public is ready for her. Sink your teeth into “Girl” below.Featured image: Whyte Fang/TwitterTags: , , , ,
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