For their fifth release Tiff’s Joints enlist the powers of the enigmatic and wondrously versatile Laroye.
The three tracks that make up the release offer a dangerously rhythmic journey into spiritual dance music, placing equal importance on supplying premium fodder for dancers as on communicating a playful and otherworldly musical message, and have already received the seal of approval from the likes of Laurent Garnier, Alexander Nut, Nabihah Iqbal, Osunlade, Pablo Valentino and Volcov.
‘The Trickster’ takes one step closer to the centre of the dancefloor, built around an infectiously squelchy keys part and bolstered by a bassline that could set off car alarms, the track climaxes in a soaring lead melody, exploding into a ridiculous synth solo before reining it all in and managing to save some energy for a gallop to the finish line. Complete with an uplifting choral arrangement, seriously trippy lap-steel guitar(?!) and a mysterious guiding voice – this is one for the spacers!