Katie Campbell, AKA Roza Terenzi, has rushed onto the scene. This is the Australian producer's third release in two months, following her debut barely six months ago. Her records mine the sound palette of '90s house and techno with satisfying vigour, rarely sounding derivative. She has also established a relationship with the Vancouver scene, playing there last year while being remixed by Jayda G and Sophie Sweetland, who's better known as D. Tiffany. For the launch of Sweetland's new label, Terenzi steps into the role of collaborator, balancing Sweetland's knack for atmospherics with muscular rhythms and a hyperactive attention to detail.