Alison Wonderland turns to Whyte Fang alias for trap-techno crossover track ‘333’

Alison Wonderland takes us into a deliciously strange dimension with her latest single “333,” but under her alias Whyte Fang. The latest single gives us a deeper sensation of dark techno, with vocal glitches complementing tantalizing builds. She releases the full outpour of dark trap tension for the first drop. But the track switches up for the second, emanating a thunderous, thumping techno allure with staticky percussion smoldering through the background.Alexandra Sholler (Alison Wonderland) started the Whyte Fang indie-electronic alias over 10 years ago but released the first single last year after taking a decade-long hiatus to focus on her main music project. After years of letting Whyte Fang lie dormant, Sholler thought it was time to let fans have some new perspective on her one-of-a-kind sonic stylings. After brownies and lemonade featured the Fang project as a secret artist on the infamous outfit’s pop-up show back in November of 2021, she then unveiled a standalone LA concert date at The Roxy which sold out within the first day. Stream ‘333’ below.Featured image: Instagram/Whyte FangTags: , , , ,
© 2022 Copyright Dancing Astronaut LLC. Built By:
A Digital Kingdom.