Certain Kind of Magic is the second studio album by Canadian electronic music producer Rezz. It was released by Canadian record label Mau5trap on August 3, 2018. It contains eight songs, including collaborations with electronic music producers 1788-L, Deathpact, Kotek, 13 and Fytch.
The day has finally come for Rezz’s second album, Certain Kind Of Magic, to finally be revealed to the world, and what a glorious day it is. For those who remember, there was a small debate (for a short time) when Rezz’s first album, Mass Manipulation, came out whether it was actually an album or just a rather long EP. Fans, and Rezz herself, eventually settled on the fact that it was indeed an album, which may or may not impact how you feel about CKOM. But ultimately, that’s all beside the point
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Certain Kind of Magic Tracklist. 1. Witching Hour Lyrics. 2. H E X by Rezz & 1788-L Lyrics. 3. Flying Octopus Lyrics. 4. Life & Death by Rezz & Deathpact Lyrics. Certain Kind of Magic Q&A. Released by mau5trap. Primary Artists Rezz, Rezz & 13, Rezz & 1788-L & 3 more. Producers 13, 1788-L, Deathpact & 3 more. Writers 13, 1788-L, Deathpact & 3 more.
Mission accomplished. Certain Kind of Magic.
Certain Kind Of Magic By REZZ (Album Mix) WANDERING MUSIC - EXPLORE FUTURE SOUNDS. Wandering music - explore future sounds.
Album · 2018 · 8 Songs. A year after Rezz’s debut album, Mass Manipulation, introduced her as one of bass music’s most adventurous newcomers, the mau5trap star and Niagara Falls, Ontario, native presents a witchcraft-inspired follow-up. Certain Kind of Magic Rezz.
Now, REZZ released her second studio album, Certain Kind of Magic, containing five unreleased tracks on mau5trap. The three already in existence were Witching Hour, H E X with 1788-L, and Flying Octopus. Listening to the album in full, REZZ’s growth in sound is expectedly wider and deeper. Witching Hour is the beginning of the journey, lost in time and space. The listener is immediately hit with enormous kicks atop bass with static high ends that sound like a witch casting a spell with her twirling wand on the synth fills. H E X sounds a bit more confident at the beginning.