Fans at Rezz's Imagine Music Festival set got to experience a brand new ID and sound from the Canadian producer. Delving into some classic dubstep-reminiscent sound, Rezz (real name Isabelle Rezazadeh) touched on the roots of the genre while still maintaining her vibe with droning, haunted house-like keys in the background.
After Rezazadeh announced the unreleased track, EDM.com's own LJ Hilberath captured footage of it and shared it for the world to see. For a festival recording, the quality is quite high and allows listeners to hear the finer details of the tune.
It seems as though Rezazadeh is exploring a slightly different sound. The ID hints the sounds of classic dubstep and some of the deeper, darker bass music as opposed to a spin on her more common style of midtempo bass.
Imagine Music Festival kicked off September 20th and will end on September 22nd. In addition to Rezazadeh, this year's festival included performances from Marshmello, Alison Wonderland, Above & Beyond, and more.
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At the time of writing, Rezz has not announced a release date nor name for the unreleased tune.