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Roza Terenzi - Mwah
Roza Terenzi
Mwah
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Kalahari Oyster Cult)
9,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Roza Terenzi is the latest convert to the Kalahari Oyster Cult, the Australian producer debuts with four tracks showcasing her unique sound. Influences come from far and wide, shifting between electro, house, techno and even early rave anthems. The space bleeps of “Gigi” are soon interrupted by shouldering kick drums. Samples stagger and stumble before key stabs cut through beats in this hazy piece of early morning elation. “Mwah” maintains those euphoric moods. Snapping snares slice through shimmering synthwork and soaring strings to keep the night grooving. Darker tones enter with “Rare High”, but these shades are soon brightened by arcing notes. Acid lines squeak and squirm in this balancing act of disparate colours and chords. Distant lands and exotic encounters are conjured for “Soft”, perfumed percussion and meandering melodies mingle and merge for head swimming close of aromatic audio.
Roza Terenzi - Weakest Link
Roza Terenzi
Weakest Link
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Voyage)
10,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Perth native turned Melbourne local Roza Terenzi is one of Australia's exciting new electronic artists. Her debut for Voyage delivers a three-piece suite of experimental, rhythmic workouts; forward thinking with a heavy lean on early rave nostalgia. The EP is rounded off with a fast-paced remix of the title track from Vancouver's D. Tiffany.
Roza Terenzi - The O.G EP
Roza Terenzi
The O.G EP
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Good Company)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Lucky number seven for Good Company Records is The "O.G."EP, Roza Terenzi's cheekily-titled debut. Three tracks of doof-approved club gear from the Perth-born Melbourne resident, plus a bonus 'Sunday-morning-coming-up'megamix from Vancouver's Jayda G. With a sound like Windham Hill gone hardcore, this record promises fans from Black Rock to Berlin.After the driving, new age electro of opener 'The Right Zone', Terenzi declares 'Yeh Yeh Yeh' with a bush-bashing Jeep of a bassline, blasting Roxanne Shante as the posse pile out of the whip & into the function.Later, 'Higher Place' sparks the chalice for a pre-dawn dip into the spirit realm...Sometime after that, designated driver (and Freakout Cult-leader) Jayda G takes the wheel, pulling into the church car park with her 'Deep in Your Soul' remix, a piano house kick-on of all three Roza Terenzi originals. "Feels good, right?"
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