Review: Benny Page seems to be on a bit of a roll at the moment. Here he teams up with old partner in crime Zero G, Solo Banton, Topcat, Mr Williamz and Ms Bratt across the first volume of the "High Culture Compilation". Lo and behold, there are 21st century jungle vibes in abundance with an upbeat and infectious vibe, as well as some dubstep and much more. Kicking off with Benny Page & Solo Banton's "Dangerous" its all pattering beats, sing-a-long ragga jungle lyrics and dancefloor directed energy. Elsewhere check out the aggressive swagger of "Sound Fi Dead (feat. Topcat)" as well as "Body Pumpin" and the wicked Zero G remix of "Tear Down" which concludes the album.
Review: Benny Page continues his trail of destruction with Mz Bratt in tow on the High Culture imprint. Needless to say "Tear Down" is an incendiary urban banger with razor sharp delivery from Mz Bratt and brash, jump up beats and a playful swagger from Benny Page. Gritty bass is paired with furious drum rolls, tumultuous builds and drops and whomping mid range. It's super fun, party music for the modern generation. Accompanying the original is a remix by Zero G which takes things on a less rambunctious tip, as well as "One More Time" which sees more bashy beats and blaring synths from Benny Page.