Mutiny give a taste of their new album
VINCE YALLOP Brixton boys Mutiny return to Po Na Na in Norwich this Friday in advance of their second album Yada Yada, which has been recommended by Mixmag, DJ, Klub Knowledge.
Brixton boys Mutiny return to Po Na Na in Norwich this Friday in advance of their second album Yada Yada, which has been recommended by Mixmag, DJ, Klub Knowledge.
The duo, Dylan Barnes and Rob Davy, grew up on a diet of jazz, reggae (Dylan on a commune in Suffolk, and Rob in Birmingham) before moving on to house, funk and hip hop. Dylan produced piano-driven house in the early 90s under the name of Helicopter with Simon Ratcliffe - who went on to form one half of Basement Jaxx.
Yada Yada features vocals from Sweetie Irie, Robert Owens, Natasha Brice and Mutiny themselves, and develops Mutiny's house style with flavours of ragga and soul.
They will be DJ-ing and performing live, bringing in collaborators from them album including Amrit Rahi and Lorraine Cato.
Somewhere resident Ricky Cox supports. The night, runs from 8.30pm-1.30am, entry £5. Po Na Na information: 01603 619961.
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