DJ style: “Hypnotic.”
Best known for: “‘Edge’.”
Now in her third year in the Top 100 DJs list — after breaking into the poll as the highest new entry in 2020 — 2022 has been another packed year for the Canadian artist born Isabelle Rezazadeh, both in the studio and on the road. Since last year's Top 100 DJs, REZZ has released her third full-length album, 'Spiral', as well as an ethereal, electro-tinged cover of Eurythmics 'Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)' alongside fknsyd — the artist she chose as her rising star DJ/producer of 2021 in last year's poll. In March, she also dropped her dubstep-influenced Subtronics collaboration, 'Puzzle Box'.
On the road, REZZ's relentless tour diary has taken in stops at EDC Las Vegas, Lollapalooza and Bonnaroo, while she also returned to Red Rocks amphitheatre for the annual REZZ Rocks series, alongside artists including Of The Trees, Chee, Canabliss, and Kill Script. Additional dates had to be added this year due to demand for her live show, all delivered from behind REZZ's trademark swirling glasses.
What’s the best DJ set you’ve seen this year?
“Probably Svdden death/VOYD.”
Name one great festival you played for the first time this year...
“Not for the first time but Lostlands was epic!”
What’s the longest DJ set you’ve ever played?
“Probably 2.5 hours, I prefer much shorter and concise though!”
What’s the last tune you bought?
“ZZT ‘Zzafrika (Gesaffelstein Remix)’.”
What’s the next big sound?
“I feel like all genres are sort of flourishing right now, not just one in specific. But dubstep and house are definitely poppin' real hard from what I see.”