Certified mainstays of New Zealand’s electronic music scene and award-winning duo TRUTH are champions of contemporary dubstep.
Following two celebrated lead singles “Pages” and “Acceptance,” the tandem storms 2021 by way of their first studio album in over four years, ‘Acceptance’. The 13-track LP is slated for release Friday, August 6 via Deep Dark & Dangerous.
With a world facing view from their vantage point of New Zealand, TRUTH makes cutting edge bass music for electronic enthusiasts around the globe.
The duo have performed across NZ, Australia, Europe, Asia, North and South America, and become a quintessential act at renowned festivals by the likes of Shambhala, Outlook, and Infrasound.
A force both on-stage and in the studio, TRUTH have long established themselves as proven tastemakers; successful in their original productions, dance-floor moving sets, and in running their own label imprint, Deep Dark & Dangerous.
Launched in 2013, the club-night-turned-record-label has grown to become home to over 50 signed artists, 80+ releases and a mounting list of internationally touring acts — an unmistakable bastion of forward thinking dubstep.
To compliment their music, TRUTH and Deep Dark & Dangerous have simultaneously built a functional apparel line tied to their work and following; from tactical bags, to kimonos, to customized tracksuits, the merch line is tasteful, encompassing, and widely sought after. Following a long, quarantined year and a string of heavily-trafficked Twitch streams, TRUTH is now back in full effect with ‘Acceptance’ – their 5th album.
Combining their razor sharp synchronization and innovative flair, this 13-track opus is a dreamlike journey through lush basslines, eerie rhythms, and vintage synths.
At the heels of two widely-celebrated lead singles “Pages,” and the album’s title track “Acceptance,” Acceptance is at once technical, ethereal, and deeply affecting. A psychedelic musing made up of kaleidoscope fractals of sound, Acceptance is a cornerstone project in an already-impressive repertoire of electronic influence.