"Theresa is certainly no love song to the prime minister – but undoubtedly a formidable piece of protest dance-rock... With a passionate vocal performance, rich fuzzy synths and pounding drums, Cabinet of Millionaires have produced a banging protest song that’s sure to get everyone moshing at their next gig" – Bbc Radio 6 Tom Robinson’s “BBC Fresh on the Net” show
Deep sinister dub vibes from the mighty ZION TRAIN. Their Theresa remix for the Cabinet of Millionaires is a brutal take down of Theresa May and her Government’s austerity programme. More often found on drum and bass anthems for labels like Hospital, Shogun, Ram and Spearhead and artists including Technimatic, London Elektricity and Camo & Krooked, its a return to Zion Train’s treatment table for singer PAT FULGONI having in the naughties contributed the smash “Do U See Love?” for ZT’s acclaimed “Original Sounds of the Zion” album and gigging with them at festivals including Glastonbury, Essential in Bristol and Popkomm in Berlin. Zion Train continue to raise the bar and recently celebrated their 30th anniversary with a World tour and numerous releases. Long may they continue …. A solid release package, Volume 2 also features the well received original banger and remixes from original Junglist Danny Styles, rising future breaks stars Indus Traps and a rather wet and windy mix called the Hostile Environment.
DANNY STYLES - drum and bass / junglist producer Danny Styles has been producing music for over 25 years. Best known for his work on
his own 24 Karat Gold Records, he’s also released tunes on Lucky Spin, Emotif, Mix & Blen, Sub & Bleep, Ammo, Echo Drop, Wide Eyed
Recordings, All Seeing Eye, Acid Jazz Records, Fluid Vinyl and Based on Bass. After stepping away from music in 2001, Danny has re-
entered the arena with a bang in 2018 with “Pseudoprime” EP, out now on Skankaz Delight. He will also be releasing on Pheel Good
Recordings, M-Ocean Recordings, the new name for the re-branded Emotif Records. Danny’s remix skills are already being put to use on
Loggi’s “Don't Leave Me Faithless, ft. Sian Evans”, and he’s got collaborations in the works with Flex Records boss L. Double and D. Region & Code