The EP opens with Krush Groove, a sinister track that’s been a set favorite for Wax and the Night Bass crew with its womping low end and atmospheric synths. Wax switches gears for Your Eyes, turning down the tempo and including emotive vocals from Totem that give way to trap-inspired wobbles. G-house, the Destructo-led movement combining elements of rap and house music, makes an appearance on Love Money, a synth-heavy effort featuring hip hop artist Elvis Brown. The EP’s fourth and final original is Fly, an ominous track comprised of low, rolling bass notes and high-pitched vocal effects. Over the course of True Joy, Wax demonstrates his ability to permeate genres and produce truly original music suitable for late-night clubs or festival stages.