The firepower of Rezz’s exhilarating debut album makes you want to grab your keys and drive. Blending bass music's intensity with techno's slick textures, it delivers all the tension and turbulence of a postapocalyptic video game without any of the splash. The rising Canadian producer is known for urgent electronic music with sharp edges and sinister tones, drawing comparisons to acts like Oliver and Gesaffelstein (“Premonition” is a joyride). But Rezz doesn’t let listeners get comfortable. Instead, she shifts gears, snaking down back roads and around dark corners (“Relax”), which is precisely what makes Manipulation so fun.