REZZ on a rampage: Canadian bass maven announces spooky tri-city Drive-In tour
Gas up the car and assemble the Space Fam, because REZZ has announced a three-show tour across the Midwest and Deep South. Ohio, Illinois, and Georgia are the fortunate tri-states in contention, whose residents will be pouring in from miles around to witness Isabelle Rezazadeh’s mesmerizing mid-tempo and haunting hypnosis. The celebrated “Space Mom” is officially making her way to Columbus’s Westland Mall Drive-In, Chicago’s SeatGeek Stadium, and the Atlanta Motor Speedway from October 15 – 17.
After throwing down a sold-out Drive-In set in Toronto last month, REZZ is looking to unleash her new-beat bass back to audiences once again. While nothing can be assumed about the set that she has planned, REZZ is known as an avid fan of Halloween and Freddy Krueger, releasing her Nightmare on Rezz Street mixtape in 2018, and constantly incorporating horror-themed samples in her music. So fortunate attendees should anticipate some spooky-season themes and wickedly foreboding bass in the three shows leading up to All Hallow’s Eve.
In direct support is Grabbitz, the vocalist-producer with a diverse portfolio spanning everything from drum-n-bass to trap, who recently collaborated on a cross-over anthem with Rezazadeh. The song took her cult fanbase by surprise with a rock-n-roll chorus lead-in that one wouldn’t normally expect in a tyipcal REZZ record, followed by a pulsating bass drop that the Canadian producer is known for. Check out the music video here.
Another project that REZZ worked on in 2020 is a collab with Zeds Dead titled, “Into the Abyss,” which marks the first time the three Torontans have worked together. And with the response the track has received since its February wide release, listeners are keeping their fingers crossed it won’t be the last time REZZ finds herself in the studio with the duo. Add in the recent female-empowerment documentary that REZZ starred in alongside Alison Wonderland, TOKiMONSTA, and more—along with the recent news that she’s working on her next LP— and Rezazadeh has proven nothing else if not that a dormant time for live music shouldn’t mean that one cannot go heavy on the grind.
Strap in tight and get to stay masked and socially-distanced. Tickets for the three shows are on sale now over on REZZ’s official website.
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