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  • Rezz’s HypnoVizion label reveals first artist release with new Isqa EP


    Last month, Rezz inaugurated her new label HypnoVizion with the release of Nightmare on Rezz Street 2, her annual Halloween-themed mix. Now, however, comes a different kind of inauguration as they’ve revealed their first artist release with none other than Isqa and a new EP, i 4ove you.

    If you’re unfamiliar with Isqa, and asking yourself why Rezz would release this artist, that’s okay. The alias was largely dropped after the artist chose to pursue a new project: No Mana. Isqa is incredibly heavy on sound design and includes some brilliant melodies and production, veering more to the electrohouse, but more IDM, realm.

    Isqa, after not releasing anything for quite a while, recently revived the project with a short mixtape titled, “i should’ve been dead.” Listen below for an idea of what to expect from the EP and continue scrolling for the official announcement from HypnoVizion.

    i 4ove you, the new EP from @isqa3d officially drops on @HypnoVizion Records DECEMBER 8 (link in bio)!💢💢💢 pic.twitter.com/S0F6Tws3Lf

    — 𝙷𝚢𝚙𝚗𝚘𝚅𝚒𝚣𝚒𝚘𝚗 (@HypnoVizion) November 28, 2022

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Rezz’s HypnoVizion label reveals first artist release with new Isqa EP

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