Rezz, originally Isabelle Rezazadeh, is one of the more recent entries on the DJ scene. After releasing her first EP in 2015, Insurrection, she followed it up with four more albums. Her latest albums, Mass Manipulation and Certain Kind of Magic, were produced in 2017 and 2018. Mass Manipulation won Rezz the Electronic Album of the Year at the Juno Awards. The following year, Certain Kind of Magic was nominated for the same honor.
A Truly International Performer
A Ukrainian of Iranian descent, Rezz is only just getting started. She grew up in Toronto, and her first foray into electronic and DJing was to produce tunes on her laptop and upload them to SoundCloud later. Rezz's first hint of success was when her 2016 EP, Something Wrong Here, made it to No. 19 on the Billboard Dance Charts. Rezz counts dubstep artists such as Pretty Lights, Zeds Dead and Bassnectar among her influences. She regularly used to attend their concerts. At first, Rezz didn't create her own music. She was comfortable mixing and performing music by other artists. After attending a Deadmau5 performance, she took the initiative to produce her own creations. Now, fans are eagerly awaiting Rezz's latest EP scheduled to release this year, titled Beyond the Senses. As Rezz grows more confident, she expands her range. She recently collaborated with Underoath to produce the single "Falling." Some of Rezz's work includes remixes as well. One of her most well-known remixes is her take on the Marilyn Manson Song "This is the New Shit."
Where can I buy Rezz tickets?
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What can I expect from Rezz concerts?
Fans who attend Rezz concerts usually report being spellbound by her mastery of her craft. Sometimes she'll dress up in costumes intended to inspire fear and awe. The experience is accentuated with creepy voiceovers and sharp special effects. Her lightshow and graphics are the highlight of her performances. Audience members quickly catch on to the tune of her songs. Though her songs don't have lyrics, fans are easily able to follow along. As Rezz becomes more popular, her shows sell out quickly, so be sure to purchase your tickets at StubHub before attending a performance.
Where is Rezz playing?
Rezz is a Canada-based performer, but all of her upcoming concerts are in the US, where the bulk of her fan base is. Rezz will be playing all over the West Coast and Midwest, with concerts in LA, San Francisco, Chicago, Minneapolis and Detroit. She will be hosting an exceptional performance in Philadelphia where she'll be performing with Peekaboo and BlackGummy. Many of her events are 18+, so you might want to leave the younger children at home.
Will Rezz tour in 2019?
Rezz will be touring all over the US in 2019. The Rezz tour schedule will intensify after the release of her long-awaited EP Beyond the Senses. While she's currently touring with Peekaboo and BlackGummy, many fans are anticipating that her concerts in the latter half of the year will include Deathpact and EDDIE.
What is Rezz's tour setlist like?
Most of Rezz's tour setlist will come from her latest EP. She recently held a VR listening party and dropped a 2-hour mix on BBC, where listeners got to hear samples of her soon-to-be hits "Falling," "Dark Age" and "Kiss of Death." If you're lucky, you'll hear one of Rezz's few vocal tracks, like "Melancholy," "Toxin" or "Lonely." Fans will be able to hear the evolution of Rezz's music as her vocal tracks become more profound and her electronic crosses into a more minimalist phase.
Which artists are similar to Rezz?
If you like listing to what Rezz offers, then AGLORY, Owl vision and Gesaffelsteie would be right up your alley.Back to Top
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