On the ph scale, ph 10 is highly alkaline, comparing approximately with milk of magnesia. In other words, he’s the shit. He’s been compared to the Beastie Boys on Slayer (relying heavily on electronics rather than guitars) and the sound does bring to mind the Beasties at their best. Must be a New York thing. It is drum and bass hip hop that proves that white does not mean vanilla. “Enter the Underground” is heavy with electronic bass and repeated snare but, again, in this genre, the music is in support of the word. Being as hip hop has a lyrical code to uphold, the best self-congratulatory line in the track is, “We got something for your headphones that will make your ears bleed, we don’t give you what you want, we give you what you need.” That’s confidence. Go get ‘em. The lyrics aren’t going to change the world but they do have good rhythm and flow. “Enter the Underground” features Pete Miser but pH10 has a chance to show off his chops as well. If they, as they say, “Represent the Underground,” the scene is in good shape.