The New Zealand duo Truth has been hard at work blessing fans with more than enough music to satiate our hunger for dubstep since the beginning of Covid. The Deep […]
The New Zealand duo Truth has been hard at work blessing fans with more than enough music to satiate our hunger for dubstep since the beginning of Covid. The Deep Dark & Dangerous label threw some of the wildest live streams over the course of a year with their twenty-five Quarantine Sessions as well as several other streams. They gave artists like Khiva, The Widdler, Distinct Motive, Dalek One, and many others a platform to display their new music and have some fun during a rough time for touring musicians.
Truth made their debut in 2007 with their release of “The Fatman / Stolen Children” through Deep Medi Musik. Through an exponential amount of growth and highly successful releases, they established their Deep Dark & Dangerous label in 2013. Home to over fifty signed artists and over eighty releases, DDD is paving the way for many up-and-coming deep dubstep and left-field bass artists.
Dre and Tristan have just released their fifth full-length album, “Acceptance”. Diving deeper into melodic dubstep, the thirteen-track LP is an eerie and mysterious journey through imagination towards a state of utter tranquility. There is a sense of serenity and reflection upon listening to “Acceptance”. The intricate basslines and experimental synths almost transport the listener to another dimension where your mind can drift away and you feel completely at peace.
Truth is an ever-evolving champion of the bass community. They never cease to amaze us with their production skills and dedication towards the growth of Deep Dark & Dangerous!
What is your favorite cut from their “Acceptance” album? Let us know in the comments below and on our social media!