EDM artist REZZ is hosting a world premiere listening party of her new album ‘Beyond the Senses’ in Wave, a social VR rave platform. The event kicks off at 3PM PT [your timezone here].

Wave (previously TheWaveVR) is a social VR platform that brings listeners together with artists and performers for virtual raves complete with wild immersive visualizations. The platform hosts regular performances from house DJs as well as larger shows with bespoke visualizations made for specific artists; the platform has seen shows by The Glitch Mob, TOKiMONSTA, Imogen Heap, Kill the Noise, and others.

The latest event heading to Wave is an album debut by EDM artist Rezz who will be playing all six tracks of her new album ‘Beyond the Senses’. The performance kicks off today, July 23rd, at 3PM PT [your timezone here].

Wave is free and available on both the Oculus Rift and SteamVR. The Rezz event will also be livestreamed via YouTube, Twitch, and Facebook.

Not familiar with Rezz? Get a taste of some of her most popular tracks here:

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  • JesuSaveSouls

    Its a great frontier and forum for innovation in music,media and gaming.Jesus is my Lord and Savior !

    • SataNeedSoulsToo

      Wave is almost amazing.. Serve the dark lord and reap the rewards!

  • Jarilo

    Nope, not there.