Dance music is highly susceptible to repeated replication whether it is stylistically or artistically (or both) but once in a while, an emerging artist can flip the script to brand their stamp on the scene with individualistic and unique sound. Come Aussie’s Roza Terenzi. Hailing from the land down under, she’s already had staple releases on Good Company Records, PELVIS, and Kalahari Oyster Cult. In ‘Mwah’, she converges dingy warehouse rave vibes with late night coastal strolls on the beach with lightly smooth breaks, hypnotic vocal loops, eccentric stabs and silky harmonics. Roza Terenzi’s limitless potential and quirky diversification of releases are satisfying to the ears. She is freshly certified and a very few can muster this sort of ambiance. She is here to stay.