The moment of hysteria is upon us. REZZ's debut album Mass Manipulation is here, and being brainwashed never sounded so good.
Its eight tracks make for a sickly sci-fi journey, an aural exploration of all the things that pull our puppet strings. There's an ever-present sense of something sinister, like some monster lurking just on the periphery of your vision. It's the ultimate collection of the unsettling REZZ sound, but don't worry about the artist's mental health just yet.
“I occasionally get anxious but am not generally,” she says. “My music actually makes me feel really powerful when I create it, but it's sort of hard to explain. I wouldn't say it's an accurate representation of my personality, but it's a representation of a certain part of my brain where I've collected memories and have been subconsciously inspired by them.”