Benton steps up with a powerful, pounding release on the mighty Wheel & Deal, which of course, is owned by none other than dubstep don N-Type. Title track "Wormholes" is all thumping drums and echoing bass wobbles with punishing sub bass pressure to add further weight to the madness. Accompanying this is the aptly entitled "Sleepless" which is all insomnia-driven beats, yearning synths, tense hi-hats, eerie SFX and a steady, pummelling wave of bass.
A classic Wheel & Deal release here; expect the same punishing b-lines, aggressive swagger and low-end pressure as you would any Hatcha or N Type release, times the power of ten. Tongue in cheek aliases of god-knows-who, Brook Benton takes on the challenge with "New Ro Phen" - a decidedly dark little nugget, with whomping bass, scattering percussion and a cruelly disorientating atmosphere, constantly under threat from crushing mid range tremors. The hilariously entitled "Smash That Badger" ups the ante, with terrifying bass grimaces and smacking razor sharp snares hissing around the hefty, thudding chug of the tune.