Canadian sensation REZZ has had a remarkable impact on the electronic music scene since the takeoff of her career in 2016. The producer has made a name for herself, sticking firmly towards her gritty and eerie musical style. A Nightmare on REZZ Street is comprised of 13 unreleased tracks, utilizing audio snippets from horror films. Interestingly REZZ described the release as, “13 unreleased songs of mine, both old & new that never would have been released otherwise. These tracks are exclusive to A Nightmare on REZZ Street.”
Accompanying the 30-minute mixtape is a very chilling visual to help listeners fall deeper into the trance of her music. Clips within the video display the mystifying producer wearing her notorious goggles, shots of abandoned houses, and other creepy visuals that are sure to get listeners in the Halloween Spirit. REZZ has truly created a spark within the industry, with 2018 being arguably her best year yet. Along with A Nightmare on REZZ Street, she also released her album Certain Kind of Magic, which was highly anticipated throughout her fanbase (lovingly named the Cult of Rezz) and EDM listeners globally. She has had a fantastic round of shows this year including Coachella, Electric Forest, Lollapalooza, and her owned themed show this October, ‘REZZ Rocks,’ which sold out at Colorado’s esteemed Red Rocks Amphitheater, and proves to be one of her greatest shows to date.
Watch the spine-tingling Audio/Visual Mix below:
REZZ is scheduled to play multiple shows and festivals in the upcoming months, ranging from Suwannee’s Hulaween to Snowglobe to Holy Ship to Decadence. Amongst her upcoming festival performances, REZZ fans and dance music fanatics have been raving over her second added show on November 23rd at the Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles, CA. The show is already very highly anticipated as the line up also possesses Space Jesus and 1788 – L, both well-known artists in the bass music scene.
Check here to see if REZZ is playing a show in your city soon.
Photos courtesy of the REZZ Facebook page.
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