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REZZ Delivers Sinister New 8-Track Sophomore Album ‘Certain Kind of Magic’

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Over the past few years we’ve continued to be blown away by the Neptune-hailing alien that is REZZ. Having gotten her start back in 2015, the Canadian producer has quickly become an absolute force to be reckoned with in the bass-music scene. Today, almost exactly one year after releasing her debut album Mass Manipulation, REZZ has shared her brand new LP Certain Kind of Magic.

Considering this new addition to REZZ’s constant output of heavy, sinister music, it’s no wonder she’s amassed a cult following over the past few years. Although previously released tracks “Witching Hour”, “H E X”, “Flying Octopus” and even her long awaited collab with Deathpact “Life & Death” are all included on this latest offering - REZZ has effectively created a sonic journey into another dimension with this latest eight-track offering. Characterized by shrill, slow rolling synths, eerie soundscapes and wonky downtempo drums, Certain Kind of Magic is a continuous barrage of gritty, distorted bass and dark brain-twisting sound design. Stream Certain Kind of Magic below and make sure to catch REZZ on tour (dates here) enjoy!

REZZ - Certain Kind of Magic

REZZ Shares Amazing, Chill New Single "Flying Octopus" With Playful Animated Video

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Today is a good day. Well, anytime we get new music from REZZ is a good day, and she did not disappoint on her new album single “Flying Octopus” that comes along with a playful animated music video. We’ve been blessed with a few singles off her album including tracks like “HEX” and “Witching Hour” as we approach her highly anticipated forthcoming album Certain Kind Of Magic due Aug. 3. “Flying Octopus” brings slow rolling bass growls with spacey melodies bringing her signature alien sound in the best way possible. Stay tuned for the full project and enjoy!

REZZ - Flying Octopus

REZZ And 1788-L Combine Forces For Sinister, Glitchy Single "H E X" Off REZZ's Upcoming Album

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This summer is shaping up to be massive for midtempo bass music. Genre-defining heavyweight REZZ linked with rising producer 1788-L for her latest original “H E X”, the second single off her upcoming sophomore album Certain Kind Of Magic. Both producers have had busy release schedules, with REZZ dropping the first single off her album “Witching Hour” to follow up a dark remix of The Glitch Mob’s “I Could Be Anything” and 1788-L cranking out remixes of hit tracks like Skrillex’s “Would You Ever” and Illenium’s “Where’d U Go” alongside blistering originals like “C Y B E R S P A C E”.

“H E X” is a perfect mix of the two producers’ styles at each point in the song. REZZ’s signature eerie twangs echo between 1788-L’s robotic synths during a rapid-fire buildup that explodes into a dark, glitchy drop. Both producers show off their sound design chops as the bass rips back and forth through the track alongside high-pitched industrial synths and sounds that may have come from outer space.

Stay tuned for more from REZZ and 1788-L – enjoy!

REZZ x 1788-L - H E X

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