Rob Davy and Dylan Barnes have been making music together as Mutiny for the past eleven years. But then you most probably know that.
Since 1996, Mutinys sonically diverse single releases, have earned them both critical acclaim, and fans far and wide. DJ Sneak described Secrets as "an incredible disco groove, with a mind-blowing vocal"; while MAW liked Bliss so much, they licensed it for release on their own US label. "A swirl of 90s skippety beats, and dark basslines, which suddenly resolve into a beautiful vocodered breakdown" cooed Mixmag, about Bodybreaker. Mutiny featuring D-Empress New Horizons, meanwhile bubbled here, there and everywhere, as an underground vocal hit for months, before being propelled toward the top of the club charts after being picked up by Azuli.
Then came their first album In the Now picked up by Virgin to world acclaim and featuring the Club and Top 40 hits Secrets and The Virus. A fantastic album the best dance album of the year enthused Darre