REZZ’s rise to the top of the electronic music scene has been nothing short of groundbreaking. She has been dubbed a “breakout artist” year after year and compared to legends like deadmau5 and Bassnectar while she forges her own path to success with an unmatched sound and style.
This month REZZ played her first Red Rocks headlining set and made history again by becoming the first female electronic artist to do so. She went all out on the production, using custom visuals and lighting to create an immersive live experience that was 100% REZZ. That’s not to mention the music itself, which included most of her discography and more than a few unreleased tracks. She just put out an incredible album and we can't wait to see what else is in store for the "cult of REZZ."
Today REZZ uploaded the entire Red Rocks set to YouTube in HD video for all her fans to enjoy. If you were lucky enough to attend you can relive the epic night’s crazy production. Those who missed it can absorb the audio/visual experience in full. If this doesn’t convince you to go to a show on the Certain Kind Of Magic tour, then we don’t know what will.
You might recognize some of the unreleased tracks from REZZ’s recent Halloween mix, which she’s promised to blend into her shows for the rest of tour. Check out the full video below and enjoy!
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