Good Morning Mix: Rezz serves up an hour of dark house and techno from HARD’s Bone Shaker stage
Close your eyes and listen to Rezz. She will take you straight to the warehouse, center of the floor, where the crowd is most packed and the room is hottest. Then she will keep you there for a full hour of undiluted, brooding techno and house. Channeling a sound that draws the same industrial appeal as Boys Noize and the same dark enigma as Gesaffelstein, Rezz is the genre’s most compelling up-and-comer of the moment, and her set from HARD Day of the Dead in Los Angeles this past November undoubtedly proves it.
Rezz commands the Bone Shaker stage for a full hour from her dark pulpit, shrouding the warehouse before her in gritty, menacing dance beats with a track list that makes her influences evident. Rezz pushes strange, heavy-handed grooves, showcasing her ultra-unique sound ahead of whats likely to be a huge year in 2016.