Driven by a deep-rooted demand for creativity, originality and innovation, Truth’s Deep, Dark and Dangerous imprint stands as an extension of the iconic dubstep duo’s musical standards. With a priority for unearthing forward-thinking sounds and exposing up-and-coming artists comprising the label’s philosophy, Deep, Dark and Dangerous has consistently delivered a strong output teeming with superlative musical merit since its conception. Following the previous successes of the imprint’s last four releases, including DMVU’s Blocc’d, Truth’s Undeniable, Monumental and Devil’s Game, and the label’s gigantic first compilation, Deep, Dark and Dangerous Vol. 1, the imprint just unleashed its fifth release, Taiko’s Hush Hush EP, to continue building upon its already remarkable reputation.
With previous releases on White Peach, Rua Sound and Subaltern Records under his belt, Taiko makes his debut on Deep, Dark and Dangerous with his three-track Hush Hush EP; a dark and daring collection that excels in tasteful, ingenious and twisted filth. Each song stands as a staple in itself, making the entire release an eclectic must-have for bass music fans that thirst for ominous freshness.
12-inch vinyl and digital versions of Taiko’s Hush Hush EP (DDD005) are available for purchase here.