Lights, camera, laundry.
Alison Wonderland rinsed out a slew of filthy new tracks live from a vacant L.A. laundromat as her long-awaited album dropped this week. Giving audiences one of the first live previews of her brand new Loner LP, the Australian songstress performed in partnership with Brownies & Lemonade at a pop-up rave to remember.
The private event went down in the Alvardo Laundromat in Los Angeles. But if a sonic cleanser is what you were after, this DJ set was anything but.
Wonderland unleashed an onslaught of bass as the laundromat beamed to life in a flurry of lasers. The LED strips lining the venue's equipment snaked along every corner of the aged interior, igniting the scene with sequences of polychromatic hues for a distinctly haunting feel. The washing machines were also filled with branded Loner merchandise, like tees and beanies.
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Loner marks Alison Wonderland's third studio album release. You can listen to the record here and watch the full full album release party below.