D. Tiffany and Roza Terenzi weave together trance, garage and minimal.
On each version of the A-side, "Maypole," you can hear their individual personalities poking through. I'd wager that the "Piano Roll Mix" is D. Tiffany's, thanks to its speed garage bassline and all-round UK swagger. On the "Looming Giant Mix," Roza Terenzi's touch is more apparent, with rude, burping basslines that remind me of her excellent remix of Peyote Dreams earlier this year.
If the A-side is all about rambunctious grooves, the flip settles into something trippier. The driving bassline on "Wasp Of A Woman" could be on the peak-time stretch of a '90s Global Underground CD, especially with the looped vocals that play tricks on your brain. Even more hallucinatory is "Inhale, Exhale," which applies the duo's nervy rhythms to something resembling '00s minimal—the drums skip and squirm, ASMR-triggering voices murmur and the track moves sideways like an excitable crab. It's like nothing we've heard from either artist before, but it also carries the blueprint of everything they do: weird, twitchy and irresistibly psychedelic.