LEXIM Amazes with his Spin on Alison Wonderland ‘Bad Things’

Lucas Sim, or better known as LEXIM, has dropped a stunning remix of Bad Things. Originally released by Alison Wonderland, this song has a high wired lyricality that explores emotional nuances in an engrossing and striking instrumental arrangement. This Alison Wonderland remix is just as dope as his version of Fall Out Boy’s ‘Centuries.’ This Bad Things remix is an invigorating Trap anthem that brims with vibrant enthusiasm. 

The listeners will appreciate the play of labyrinthine contrast in this Bad Things remix. As the emotive lyrics by Alison Wonderland pulls you into a stimulating headspace, LEXIM will thrust your soul to a power-fueled zone. Never once does the Alison Wonderland remix loses its original cathartic volatility. The remixing artist allows Wonderland’s poignant narrative to shine through in spaced out sections. LEXIM turns up the heat by blending mighty synths with the melodic rhythmic structure of the song, giving it a dramatic flair. The euphonious drops give way to zealous percussion and sweltering bassline that will dominate your senses.

On this Bad Things remix, LEXIM has brought a crashing atmosphere with swelling cadences that feel spine-tingling. He has done a laudable job in designing this Trap meets Future Bass heater that perfectly compliments Wonderland’s breathtaking vocals. The flow of this song goes through a transformative journey without falling into a rut. The warm pads and snarky riffs are structured with stirring elements that will hit you hard. This deeply piercing Alison Wonderland remix has a compelling atmosphere that pulsates perfectly with dynamic beats.

The intoxicating energy of the song will make your party-centric playlist come alive. The Bad Things remix by LEXIM oscillates with a passionate and flamboyant aura. The catchy hooks and booming drops definitely induce a gripping euphoria. This song is a combination of trippy and hypnotic elements that exudes excitement. This remix has got us thinking about how epic it would be if both Alison Wonderland & LEXIM would bring their creative ideas to life by composing a track together. We’re sure this song will rule dancefloors (once they are back open)!

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More About Alison Wonderland:

Alison Wonderland architects a world of her own design as its chief author, creator, and voice. Since emerging in 2009, the Sydney-born and Los Angeles-based singer, producer, songwriter, and DJ’s sound has quietly inched towards mainstream ubiquity as the sonic sorceress received the “Highest Female DJ Billing Ever at Coachella” label, captured #1 on the Billboard Top Dance/Electronic Albums Chart twice consecutively, headlined sold out arenas around the globe and clocked upwards of 500 million streams.

On 2018’s Awake, Alison joined forces with an all-star cast of collaborators such as Joel Little [Lorde], Illangelo [The Weeknd], Party Favor [Mad Decent], longtime cohort Lido along with innovators including Chief Keef on Dreamy Dragon and Trippie Redd on “High.” The record became the multi-talented phenomenon’s second straight #1 bow on the Billboard Top Dance/Electronic Albums Chart, leading her to become Billboard Dance’s ‘Breakout Artist of 2018’ and the magazine’s 2019 Dance Issue cover star.

In 2019, between headline slots at festivals around the world, Alison also played her own headline concerts which sold over 100,000 tickets globally – most recently selling out two acclaimed shows at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado in addition to producing and self-promoting her own worldwide ‘Wonderland Warehouse Project’ tour.

Bad Things is the first taste of what will become Alison Wonderland’s third LP (planned for 2021).

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