Alison Wonderland brings back her Whyte Fang alter ego
Alison Wonderland ‘The pseudonym from a decade ago is being revived.
As die-hard AW fans probably know, the producer used to work under the name Whyte Catch. Tracks like “Thy New Sound”, “Play” and “Heart” show their previous sound between 2011 and 2014 as well as a remix for “Ready” by Elizabeth Rose and a cover of “Say It Right” by Nelly Furtado.
The ostensible Instagram account for Whyte Fang, which emerged in 2016, got much more active by 2019 with a handful of posts. In December 2020, a meme-style photo that read “2021” was shared. Now the hype is rising again as Whyte Fang shared a picture of the project logo.
The genre-bending alias takes an alternative approach to electronic music, fusing elements from industrial, bass, trap, synth, pop and beyond – but we can only imagine how the Whyte Fang sound has changed over the years has expanded.
If you listen back, Alison’s voice still comes through strongly, but the delivery and processing has a raw, unspoken benefit. These songs were finally made in the days when she was recording vocals on her trusted iPhone.
A website for the project – www.whytefang.com – is also currently active. No information so far on when new music might be released, but remember it said “2021”.
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