Hallucinating On A Spiritual Level – Elohim Show Review

Reviewed by Nicholas Shutes

Hallucinating on a Spiritual Level – is what I dubbed the Alison Wonderland and Elohim Tour. The ’Sensation‘al Elohim has been one of my favorite up-and-coming artists. I was first introduced to her live show when she opened for LANY at Popscene SF in 2015, and she always dazzles the crowd.

After seeing her multiple times at Lollapalooza I honestly was more excited to catch her than the headliner at The Fox Theater in Oakland, CA when the show was announced. Especially since this year she’s come out with tracks from a few of my favorite Chicago producers Whethan and Louis The Child.

As someone who follows her on Twitter I’ve been loving all the reactions to people discovering their new love Elohim. Wandering through the crowd at The Fox and hearing people ask “Who is this? She’s killing it!” made my heart smile with joy. It’s always thrilling to ride “The Wave” when an artist blows up.

Seeing how Elohim has done several festivals, is opening for Alison Wonderland and Jai Wolf to finish the year, I can’t wait till she’s headlining her own shows! Additionally I cannot wait to hear this unreleased song.

When you get the opportunity do not miss your chance to catch her show!

Follow Elohim on: Twitter / Soundcloud / Facebook

Learn more about her upcoming tour dates, here.

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Hallucinating On A Spiritual Level – ELOHIM Show Review

– reviewed by Nick

Hallucinating On A Spiritual Level is what I dubbed the Alison Wonderland and Elohim tour when it was it was first announced. Excitement coursed through my veins when I saw they’d be playing at one of my favorite venues in the world, the ever-so-beautiful Fox Theater in Oakland, CA. My love for Elohim goes back farther than I thought. The ‘Sensation’al Elohim has been one of my favorite up-and-coming artists ever since I was first introduced to her live show when she opened for LANY at Popscene SF in 2015.

After seeing her multiple times at Lollapalooza I honestly was more excited to catch her than Alison. Especially since this year she’s come out with tracks from a few of my favorite Chicago producers Whethan and Louis The Child.

(Sleepy eye / Love is Alive video)

As someone who follows her on Twitter I’ve been loving all the reactions to people discovering their new love Elohim. Wandering through the crowd at The Fox and hearing people ask “who is this? She’s killing it!” makes my heart smile with a thought of “Finally! Fall in love with El.” It’s always thrilling to ride “The Wave” when an artist blows up. Seeing how Elohim has done several festivals, is opening for Alison Wonderland and Jai Wolf to finish the year, I can’t wait till she’s headlining her own shows. Additionally I cannot wait to hear this unreleased song.

(Love Me All The Way)

When she comes to a town near you please be sure to hallucinate with her!

Follow Elohim on: Twitter / Soundcloud / Facebook

Learn more about her tour with Alison Wonderland, here.

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